Fashion articles needed
In search for a professional writer to write many fashion related articles (they could be about a new line, a new desinger, a review or anything related to the fashion industry)
You must be able to follow the rule below while writing your artlcle. The articles must past copyscape and be original and never been or will never be published.
They must be in perfect American English. If your article sounds like this:
"The fashion industry is good. It is very exiting to be in fashion. I like the new clothes they have and I think everybody will like them too."
Please don't send it!!!
Be ready to supply me with one article on fashion first as sample first to see if is acceptable.
Here are the guidelines that must be followed:
Purpose: To give information about the subject and the outfit/line while making both sound great.
Ideas on developing a commentary
The commentary should give information about the subject: interests, where they are from, current projects, years in industry, future plans, etc. Keep sentences short and easy to read. Use questions and exclamations to give more variety to tone of voice. Read descriptions of clothes in magazines, as they are great for fun words and current style descriptions.
When writing about clothes give the inspiration, reason or occasion for which the outfit was planned. This could be the theme for the commentary. (Terry had the first football game of the fall in mind when she chose this autumn plaid. She'll be wearing!)
1) Use alliterations (words beginning with the same sound), such as a "flirty flounce" for a ruffle. Create an appealing mental picture with descriptive words. (Icy creamy tones of raspberry and lime…) Avoid the obvious or make it more interesting. Rather than saying "yellow dress," make it "summery" or "lemon". Rather than "It buttons up the front," say "buttons brighten the front," etc.
2) Avoid statements of obvious fact such as: “The dress has a gathered skirt.” Instead, use this fact to bring out a point of style, such as: “The dress has a gathered skirt which nicely accentuates a tiny waistline.”
If there are two parts to the outfit, such as a coat and dress, mention the outer layer first. As you complete your commentary, go over it to see where it could be made more cheerful, complimentary, or brighter. Read it aloud when completed. Does it flow smoothly?
Is your commentary too short or too long for the allotted article?
Which is Better and Why?
"And here is Mary Jane Smith modeling a red, white and blue suit.
The cardigan jacket has a round collar, long sleeves and buttons down the front. The blue dress underneath has red pockets, a back zipper and features the ever-so-popular A-line silhouette. Mary Jane accessorized her outfit with navy shoes and purse."
"It's the 4th of July for Mary Jane Smith every time she wears this patriotic suit. She has a right to celebrate!
The Jaunty jacket sports shiny star buttons on the roaring red wool. What a great idea! The scraps from that jacket turn into patch pockets on the military blue dress.
An example of a commentary would read:
A cool and comfortable dress is modeled by Kim Lee from Fusion Model NYC. The dress, combining two of the latest fashion features, a skirt with a low flare and a contrasting sash, is joined to a bloused bodice. The colorful print makes this dress a stand-out for any occasion.
Muumuus are an essential part of any young ladies wardrobe in Hawaii. Here Janice Chun from Ford is in a shortie-muu of bright pink polished-cotton with matching buttons on the yoke. The front and back are gathered and this fullness allows plenty of room for fun in the sun.
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