Consumers are looking to street style blogs to find out what real people wear
Implications - The booming popularity of "street style" sites, blogs that include professional or amateur photographs of what real people are wearing as they go about their everyday business, indicates an online niche with a lot of potential. For example, fashion marketers or retailers could build their own street style sites, or feature street style imagery in their stores in order to promote their products.
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