80 Fashion Blog Post Ideas + How To Prevent The Writer’s Block

Fashion Blog Post Ideas

If you are feeling drained and not inspired anymore, this post will help you overcome the writer’s block by providing you with 80 fashion blog post ideas, so that you won’t have to worry about it again. Shall we?

I guess you clicked this post because you are in an urgent need of inspiration. You have already written many posts on your fashion blog, and can’t possibly think of a new idea to blog about. No need to panic. It happens to every blogger at some point and it happened to me too. I’m here to help you overcome it by sharing with you 80 post ideas you could possibly blog about and haven’t thought yet, but also tell you about the actions I take to prevent such situations.

But first, what is the writer’s block?

If you have a blog or like to read other blogs, there is no way you haven’t crossed paths with the term “writer’s block”. This is how we call the failure to create written content because there is something preventing us from doing it. Usually, it’s the lack of new ideas that make us lose the mood for writing. It can last from minutes to days and years and can be a real problem, especially when there are deadlines to catch up.

Causes of the writer’s block.

The causes are too many and vary from one to another, however, I’m going to talk about the most common ones.

  • The Fear of Being Judged: Many writers are afraid to put their ideas to paper, because of what others may think. I used to care about that a lot when I started this blog and occasionally I still struggle with that.
  • Overanalyzing (Paralysis Analysis): The constant judgment of every little detail in your writing, besides not doing any good to you and your writing style, it also prevents you from being creative and putting your thoughts on paper in the first place.
  • Stress: Being stressed prevents you from thinking clearly and being creative. The only thing a stressed person can think about is the stress itself.
  • Lack Of Motivation: Being unmotivated for a task usually leads to procrastination. Chances are that you are not going to start writing at all.
  • Exhaustion: If you are physically and mentally exhausted, your brain processes facts slower than usual, so most likely you won’t be able to brainstorm.
  • Distractions: Most people have much stuff to do and think about, other than writing, which occupy a big place in their minds and steal away some (or all) of their creativity.

We mentioned some of the things that cause someone to have a writer’s block and that’s great, but the question remains:

How can we be saved of the trouble when having it?

I admit it’s a tough question with many different answers. I’ve struggled quite a few times with the writer’s block myself and it feels really frustrating. Each time the solution was not the same as the previous one. The important thing is to find what works for you.

Here are the things that have worked for me in the past:

Step away from whatever you are trying to write and do something else.  Go to the gym, paint, take your dog for a walk, call a friend, read a book etc. There is no point in looking at your black screen for hours. Start doing exciting stuff and you’ll be back to writing when you least expect it.

Freewrite. Write whatever comes to your mind. Anything. Don’t think about spelling or grammar and just write. You may change subjects and write about funny stuff, but it will help your creative juices flowing and then you can go back to your writing.

Remember why you started writing in the first place. Remember the excitement you felt in the idea of putting all your creativity into words and how you could help people change their lives. The least that can happen is to feel motivated again. The best? The best is your muse to return and go back to writing in no time. Because there isn’t a harder thing than writing for something you feel uninspired and unmotivated.

The things that are mentioned above are the ones to try AFTER you have your writer’s block. However, is there anything you can do to prevent it?

Yes, there is!

There are some things that can minimize the possibilities of having a writer’s block again. I’ve tried them myself and I can guarantee you that they work!

My “not-so-secret” secrets on how to say goodbye to the writer’s block.

-Work in a clean place without any distractions. I’m a messy person myself, so you can imagine that my office is not always tidy. Of course, that, along with my smartphone, was causing concentration problems to me. Now, every time before I sit down to write, I clean my office and leave my phone outside. These two little actions have done miracles for me!

-Make notes every time you feel inspired. Whether you are outside, or ready to sleep or wherever and feel like your mind is going to explode from inspiration, take some time and make notes. Next time you want to write about something take a look at them. This is a guaranteed way to trigger your mind to produce more ideas on the topic you want to write about.

-Have a schedule. Every day my aim is to write at least 500 words, even when I don’t feel like it. So, I recommend setting a period of time in which your task will be to write. If you write 500 words a day, can you imagine how many words you will have written in a year?

-Set deadlines. That is not very easy to do, but when you set deadlines you are accountable to yourself and it’s easier to stick to a writing schedule.

-Write about things you know well. It’s much easier to write about stuff you already know, than writing about topics you haven’t got the slightest idea about.

-Plan Ahead. Make a plan for the week or month and stick to it. Write about all the posts you would like to blog about and make notes for each. This way when the writing time comes you won’t need to think a lot, just blog about a topic you have already brainstormed about. My list of the 80 fashion blog post ideas is a great place to start if you don’t have any more ideas to write about in your fashion/beauty blog. Some of them I have already posted in mine whereas others I’m planning to post in the future.

Fashion Blog Post Ideas

80 Fashion Blog Post Ideas

  1. Fashion Rules to Live By.
  2. Fun Bags Under X$.
  3. Favorite Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter Fragrances.
  4. How To Have A Minimalistic Wardrobe.
  5. How to get your wardrobe ready for spring/winter/summer/autumn.
  6. 10 Wardrobe Staples.
  7. Dupe Vs The Real.
  8. Colorful coats for winter under X$.
  9. What to wear on Valentines Day.
  10. The essential shoes guide.
  11. Inexpensive dresses for winter/spring/summer/autumn.
  12. Thoughts on legal dupes.
  13. A (name a brand) wishlist for spring/winter/summer/autumn.
  14. Last minute gift ideas for him.
  15. Last minute gift ideas for her.
  16. Affordable party dresses.
  17. How to find your own style.
  18. How to look classy when you are on a budget.
  19. Yearly outfit recap.
  20. Graduation outfit ideas.
  21. Why I started this blog.
  22. What to wear on a lazy day.
  23. Everyday makeup look.
  24. Outfits by my sister/boyfriend/dad.
  25. Last minute new year’s eve outfit ideas.
  26. 1 garment 3 ways to style.
  27. What I wore during my summer vacation.
  28. Winter accessories to elevate your style.
  29. How blogging improved my wardrobe.
  30. Items I regret buying.
  31. Day to night outfit.
  32. Activewear for the gym.
  33. A fashion DIY.
  34. How I take my blog photos alone.
  35. Comfy travel looks.
  36. Christmas party outfits.
  37. The best boots for winter.
  38. Cheap costumes for Halloween.
  39. What to wear to a job interview.
  40. Stylish swimsuits for this summer.
  41. What’s in my beach bag.
  42. How to wear sequins without looking tacky.
  43. Fashion blog photography tips.
  44. Posing secrets depending on the clothes I wear.
  45. Top 10 budget-friendly beauty products.
  46. How to wear pastels in winter.
  47. Things to do on Valentine’s day when you are single.
  48. (Name a city you traveled) outfit recap.
  49. Blog post ideas when you don’t have inspiration.
  50. Vegan leather skirts under X$.
  51. Affordable faux fur coats for winter.
  52. High-end fashion look in a budget-friendly way.
  53. Recreate a celebrity’s look.
  54. 1 garment worn differently throughout the 7 days of the week.
  55. A fresh makeup look for spring.
  56. Easy hairstyles when you are in a hurry.
  57. Favorite spring/winter/autumn/summer fashion trends and how to wear them.
  58. A lookbook for spring/winter/autumn/summer.
  59. Collaborate with other bloggers and style a piece differently.
  60. Colorblocking rules.
  61. Statement jewelry for summer.
  62. Spring/winter/autumn/summer beauty essentials.
  63. Beachwear for your summer vacation.
  64. The biggest jewelry trends of the season.
  65. How to wear jeans on a date night.
  66. How to dress for your body type.
  67. How to wear your summer clothes during winter.
  68. The shiny essentials for X-mas.
  69. Dress up your sneakers.
  70. How I edit my blog photos.
  71. Statement bags under X$.
  72. How to rock (a current trend).
  73. Cheap, but awesome summer dresses.
  74. The best (name a brand) inspired items.
  75. Comfy and warm outfits for winter.
  76. What to pack for your summer vacation.
  77. Affordable knits to invest this fall.
  78. A monochromatic look and tips how to achieve it.
  79. A beauty product review.
  80. How to wear fishnet tights without looking trashy.

This is it for today! I hope this post will help you overcome your writer’s block and my 80 fashion blog post ideas list proves to be useful in situations like this. Don’t hesitate to tell me in the comments section below, what you do to prevent a writer’s block and all the tips that help you

..and remember: it’s better to write about a writer’s block than not writing at all.

Thanks for reading!

kate

 

 

 

 

20 Replies to “80 Fashion Blog Post Ideas + How To Prevent The Writer’s Block”

  1. lynnsamuelson says: Reply

    Writers block happens to the best of us. I know I’m not immune and hate when it happens. Thanks for the blogging ideas which actually helped me think of post ideas in my own niche – perfume. The weird and frustrating thing with me is that when I’m posting regularly the ideas flow but whenever I take a break such as going on a vacay or losing power last week with the nor’easter it takes me forever to get back into the groove. I used to think I’d come back refreshed after going on vacation and feel more motivated but that’s never the case. Keeping a notebook really helps but you still have to bring it all together which is my ongoing challenge.

    1. I can totally relate! The same happens to me all the time. When I return from a break, I can’t get my stuff together and start writing again. It takes more time and effort than when I’m already working on it the previous days. Yes, the notebook can be a savior, trust me! Thank you for stopping by! 🙂

  2. omg, I literally saved all the ideas, thank you so much for sharing

    http://myeternalsymphony.com

    1. Glad I helped 🙂

  3. jodie filogomo says: Reply

    These are fabulous ideas!!
    I end up going in my closet to try to get ideas many days!!
    XOXO
    Jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com

    1. Thank you! Always happy when my advice proves helpful!

  4. This is such an amazing post! love the awesome ideas you came up with!
    xx jen
    http://lilthoughtswithjen.com/

    1. Thank you, darling! 🙂

  5. I constantly get writers block but sometimes, my photos and visuals will trigger some content ideas! I usually shoot my outfit photos first…THEN write. But I love these post ideas – these ones are definitely the most unique on the WWW! Love it!

    Nicole | http://www.nicolegramcko.com

    1. You just gave me a great tip! Thank you for stopping by! 🙂

  6. Dear, you’re amazing! I love your tips, and these ideas comes in really handy! Indeed, writer’s block is real, and can be really frustrating. It happens to all of us, even to great writers of our history.

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

    1. Exactly! I hope these ideas will help someone that is currently going through it. Thanks for stopping by once again <3

  7. This post was sooo useful! I find myself in the middle of a block every now and then and now I know where to go for ideas!
    Thanks for sharing!

    xo Corina
    http://unbouquetdamour.com/how-to-wear-hoodie/

    1. Hello dear Corina!
      I’m really glad to hear that this post can give you inspiration when you don’t have! Thanks for visiting!

  8. Hello Kate!

    This post saved me a lot of trouble! I can now start planning all my posts for the next few months. Thank you!

    1. Glad I gave you some inspiration! Thanks for reading! 🙂

  9. This is very useful for new bloggers. I’ve opened my blog for several years, and I should pay much patience and efforts like you. This is a great article and I really appreciate it.

    1. You are welcome! Thank you for stopping by!

  10. Amazing post and useful tips! Truly helped me get through my writes block. Thank you for such an awesome post.

    1. You are welcome dear! 🙂

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