So over: bloggers
Published 02/11/2015 | 02:30
We've reached peak blogger. There is so much to be irritated by - the agonisingly self-consciously posed selfies - which are given the lie when you meet the selfie-taker in real life, and realise they're a size bigger, and have a not-so-chiselled jawline and not-quite-so-pouty lips.
We're sick of the annoying phrases and hashtags used to death on Instagram: on point; oh hey; squad goals; vibes; bae; about last night. And the what-I-wore outfit posts are fairly banal.
Then there's the blatant plugging of freebies, the endless vanity and self-promotion, and the habit of self-identifying with genuine style icons - Audrey Hepburn and Alexa Chung being two favourites - all tiresome stuff. One of the few who isn't irksome and who doesn't succumb to the aforementioned tackiness is the celebrity and model, Pippa O'Connor Ormond.
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