YouTube and Fashion: 5 Vloggers to Watch (Part 1)
Welcome, Luevo readers, to the world of YouTube that I’ve fallen so crazy in love with. It’s a video-sharing website for anyone and everyone looking for quick tips, do-it-yourself projects, video gameplays, tutorials, vlogs, unboxings, first impressions, music; really just any kind of content you could dream of.
The greatest thing about YouTube, in my opinion, is the sense of community that rises amongst Youtubers and their fans (or friends as most of them like to look at it). Their connection is so powerful that being a “Youtuber” has actually become something you can make a living off of because these young entrepreneurs have created names for themselves and essentially have the best job.
I am personally subscribed to over 150 great YouTube channels of all sorts but today we’d like to share with you our favourite fashion vloggers.
Let’s start off with my latest subscription, Jenn Im. A new friend of mine introduced me to Jenn when we were discussing some of our personal favourites of the YouTube world. Jenn is very a vibrant and stylish, fashion vlogger who posts “lookbooks”, “monthly favourites”, “store hauls”, and other videos of those sorts. Her personal style tends to look chic, colourful and even edgy but you can find her featuring many different styles depending on what she decides to upload. Check out her latest video, a holiday gift guide for 2014.
Meet Tanya Burr, the cutest little lady you ever did see. She is a beautiful, happily-married, woman who has an excellent sense of classy fashions. Along with the kinds of videos Jenn posts, she also uploads hair, makeup and cooking tutorials pretty often. I love her bubbly personality that she lets shine through in her latest Vlogmas series and the stunning apparel she picks out for events.
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This article was written by our co-op student extraordinaire, Samantha Chung Sang.