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The “Must Follow” List of Our Favorite Fashion & Style Experts
Features easy wearable (for normal people because none of us live on the runway) and trendy outfits with links to each item in the photo post.
Features men’s and women’s fashion inspiration with easy-to-use category sort.
Is the personal fashion blog of Jessica Quirk from work to causual and in between. Might possibly be the cutest pregnant woman on Tumblr. She has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Glamour, Shape, Marie Clare, Time Out New York, The Wall Street Journal, and various other major media outlets.
Provides outfit inspiration and fashion pairing advice. Ask your fashion questions!
Our "Must Follow" List for Interior Design Inspiration
Features architecture, home ideas and interior inspirations. Search by room or by tag.
Mixes interior design with garden and entertaining inspiration.
From DIY to beautiful color and room design inspiration, Design Meet Style, by The Home Depot has a great assortment of design styles and easy to follow projects. We are also a little partial because they are a wonderful client!
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was enacted 50 years ago today, outlawing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex and national origin.
We have come a long way since July 2, 1964. Though we still have miles to go.
We don’t travel nearly as much as we’d like and our fashion sense, well, leaves much to be desired, unless 20-year-old Phish T-shirts are considered fashionable.
But that’s OK, because we have awesome Tumblrs like Amanda Stilwell at inthethickofit, who does a lot of traveling and is all over the fashion scene. Amanda was gracious enough to spare some time to chat about traveling, fashion, and of course her Tumblr, which uses our Mallow theme.
Where do you get your passion for fashion? (See what we did there?)
Even as a young kid, I loved clothes. Back then it was historical fashion, which I poured over and attempted to recreate for my dolls and in drawings. My plan was to become a fashion designer - but that never happened. Instead, I started taking photos of my outfits and posting them, which just grew to my current blog.
What do you want people to know about you when they visit your site?
I want them to know that I blog about plus size, budget-friendly clothes. I try to keep the site streamlined with lots of bold photos.
If you could follow just one Tumblr, who would it be and why?
Oh that’s hard. I really dig hel-looks (a fashion blog from Helsinki) - though they don’t update their Tumblr nearly enough as I’d like.
It looks like you get to do some traveling. What’s been your favorite destination and where are you going next?
My favorite destination was Berlin last year. I felt so connected to the city - I love the laid-back fashion and everyone there has great shoes. Next up is Montreal for a mini-honeymoon and then next winter I’m planning something beachy - maybe Tulum, but I’m still deciding!
Sehr gut! (That’s German!) OK, so why Tumblr?
It’s a really easy platform. Frankly, I’m so online-old that LiveJournal was my main source of blogging starting in about 1999. The thing I loved about LJ was the community aspect of it. I really like that about Tumblr. I like to connect with my readers.
Why did you choose our Mallow theme for you Tumblr?
I was looking for something that was editable but that I wouldn’t have to spend hours on. I like that there are a few versions and that other social media is easily linked. Gorgeous theme - I love the white space and photos look great in it. I spent weeks finding the right one for me!
Check out Amanda’s blog here.
Check out a demo of our Mallow theme here.
Our “Most Follow” List for Food and Recipes. Please no drooling on your keyboard or we will unfollow you.
Awesome recipes plus great photos. Food 52 is focused on helping people become better, smarter, happier cooks.
Perfect for the healthy eaters!
Have any other favorite food or recipe inspiration Tumblrs you follow?
In case you haven’t picked up on it, we here at Storyware love food. But not just any food, good food. And you can find really good food on Cara Livermore’s Tumblr, hipsterfood. We got a chance to talk with Cara about good food, hipsters, and of course her Tumblr, which uses our Mallow theme.
Call us crazy, but we think you may like food. Is that a safe assumption?
Definitely :) It’s become a major part of who I am, especially after blogging about it for so long. It’s what I’m thinking about all day, everyday, which ends up as a kind of delicious life!
What is the inspiration for your Tumblr?
We wanted to make vegan food more approachable and interesting, through great imagery and a really focused sense of style. We came up with hipsterfood after hearing a jerk in a bar say vegetarian food was only for rich hipsters, which isn’t true. The blog is a cheeky response to that.
Do you try everything you post?
Everything we post is what we eat throughout the day - it’s meant to be food that you could incorporate into a busy day, so we just use our own lives as a testing ground.
Are non hipsters allowed to try the recipes?
Ha! Yes, the food is meant for anybody and everybody. The “hipster” part is kind of a jab at the people who discount veganism, not a barrier for people to not try our recipes.
Besides making our mouths water and develop sudden cravings for bread and pie, what do you want people to take away from your Tumblr?
That cooking for yourself shouldn’t be a chore or something only other people can do - it’s within reach to everybody, and it’s hip to be in tune with what you consume.
What made you choose Tumblr over other blogging platforms?
We both had our own tumblr blogs since tumblr began, so we already knew who was on there and how to best use the platform. It’s really easy to make a tumblr blog, and works for how we want to share our content. It’s a good balance between long form content and quick image-only or single-sentence posts.
Why did you choose our Mallow theme for your Tumblr?
It’s clean, simple, and easy to customize it to look exactly how we want it to. It looks like a professional website mixed with a tumblr blog, which is hard to find in a lot of themes!
Check out Cara’s blog here.
Our demo blog for Mallow is available here.
Our “Most Follow” List for Web Design Inspiration
A collection of cutting edge web design, mobile and app designs.
Inspiration web design & development tutorials.
Focused on web design inspiration. Scroll through and be inspired.
More informational then inspirational. Go Web Design Tips provides quick tips with engaging infographics from the web industry, SEO and usability.
Depending on which calendar you look at, today is one of the “National Look Up at the Sky” days. Some have it as June 30 and others have it as April 14. Either way, we thought it was a good excuse to step away from our computers, walk outside, and take a picture of the sky.
What’s the sky look like where you are?
Tumblr is arguably the easiest blogging platform. Most Tumblr users find it easier to update on the go and on the desktop vs. using Wordpress posts. By using Tumblr for your blog, you gain the social media aspect of Tumblr with followers, likes, reblogs, etc.
Goal: Set up permalink for blog only. The rest of the site may live on WordPress or another content management system.
Example: blog.URL.com set as Tumblr in its own directory. Your posts will be, blog.URL.com/blog/post/title-of-post vs. username.tumblr.com/blog/post/title-of-post.
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If everything checks out, save it and do a victory dance.
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