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Blogger of the Week : Dolly Singh
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Blogger of the Week : Dolly Singh

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7 June 2017

Blogger of the Week : Dolly Singh

The immense love and support from you ‘Creative Heads’ have been surreal over the past few years. Inspiro India wishes to grow with the growing population of ‘#inspiroindia‘. We’re continuously working to bring great content to anyone and everyone following us on various platforms.

This year we present to you, an all new feature presenting ‘The Blogger of the Week’.

 

Dolly Singh says, “ My  father took the liberty to name me Dolly Singh and I happen to like french fries and a pair of good shoes equally. I am known to be quite photogenic, basically quite ugly in real life. Jk. I also happen to try outfits at 4am.” Dolly tells us how her blog started with the need to tell girls that repeating clothes is okay and you don’t have to judge others and yourself when that happens. Key is, do it differently each time. That’s what She started with, later delving into experimental fashion and just anything she wanted to try out.

 

Dolly Singh

 

Dolly narrates “ I do not fit into any mould there is. I do what I please and play around. The blog for me is only an escape and a place to let my creative juices  flow. You will not find me doing the same thing as 50 other fashion bloggers.. I don’t believe I have one particular style. Sometimes I wake up wanting to portray a hippie from the 70s and the next day it is a girl-boss avatar. “ Everything works for Miss Singh. She says her inspiration comes from things around her. Her friends, strangers, plants, coffee, a dog, just anything. She started two years ago because all the blogs she followed were talking about the fancy shmancy brands around while she could only afford Sarojini Nagar and Forever21’s sale section. Hence she decided to do something about it and here we are! “Blogging is an amazing way to vent out your energy in the right direction and also be known. You can talk about anything and everything you like. And even though ‘fashion blogging’ is now being mistaken for jazzy Instagram accounts with huge followings, I hope the trend will fade out soon and the people who genuinely know what they’re doing will stay!” She discusses. On discussing about her blog’s name, Dolly tells, “ When I was contemplating a name for the blog I knew for sure I wanted the word ‘sass’ in there, (basically I had learnt a new fancy word!). I also wanted to stay away from words like style, fashion, vogue, etc. That’s how Spill The Sass was born.” She says she is proud on having build a young yet smart niche audience. People who genuinely follow her work and put in their feedback and suggestions from time to time and The blog will go on. Miss Singh have  a Canon 600D but she barely use it as most of her pictures are taken by some really kind and talented photographers.

“The only advice to the readers of blogs is to actually go and read what the blogger has to say. It is not just about the pictures. Young upcoming bloggers need to remember two things, first, focus on what they want to do through the blog instead of looking at what others are doing. Second, let it take time, numbers will follow. Rome was not built in a day.” Her advice to all the budding bloggers.

Words by Archita Rajkumari

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