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Fashion Blogger Deepika Sharma: Inspiring 35.5k followers online


A Fashion student, Deepika claims to be in love with Fashion since her childhood!

Meet Deepika Sharma, the 23-year-old Jaipurite, who chose to pursue her passion for fashion blogging and has some 35.5k followers on her blog already.

How did it all start?

Around two years ago, Deepika first opened her Instagram account and started following many international fashion bloggers. And she herself took that path of starting as a Fashion Blogger. The blogs of Kristina Bazan and Chiara Ferragni inspired her to get her own website.

She is blogging since then and is getting better at it every day.

DeeBrew with Deepika Sharma fashion blogger

Deepika talks about Blogging

Deepika says, “Blogging is a new avenue and has a lot of potential. You can reach out to a large crowd and show them what you do best, be it styling, cooking or writing”.

Her Fashion Blog and the Challenges that come with it

The central theme for her blog is to emphasize affordable fashion and accessorizing efficiently. She says that there is hardly any competition in fashion blogging in Jaipur, which is a great advantage for her. You cannot see many fashion bloggers in the city of Jaipur.

In bigger cities, things get easier as bloggers can source clothes for photo shoots. But the case isn’t the same in Jaipur. here she has to borrow clothes from her friends. Even street shopping isn’t good enough, which leaves her with limited choice of clothes. Sometimes, she borrows a professional camera for better photographs.

But nothing stops Deepika from pursuing her love for Fashion, which she expresses quite well through her fashion blog. Day by day, the number of followers on her blog are increasing.

Do check out her Fashion Blog at www.deebrew.com!

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