The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman is unimpressed with girls who dress up and take pictures of themselves and post them online, mainly because they don't seem to have extensive wardrobes. He tells Style.com:
I’m not really a fan of personal style blog s— you know, the ones [on which] these girls just shoot their outfits and all this stuff. I haven’t seen one that I really like or that draws my attention every day. The good and bad of that is that most these girls only have a limited wardrobe; they don’t have many clothes to shoot and I don’t think most of them have come up with looks that are that interesting, that draw me.
However, he does think that in a hundred years people might like to look back on these photos and wonder what on earth we were thinking when we wore these skinny jeans and platform heels and denim shorts — particularly the denim shorts.
It will be great to be able to look back and say, 'Wow, this is how real girls were kind of into that thing, dressed at that time.' And then maybe historically they’ll be able to pull out similarities. It seems like every girl, everywhere in the world, has a pair of denim cutoff shorts but I don’t think it’s so much of a contemporary thing but what it will mean historically.