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Fashion articles round 2

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Hey again. The last batch of articles you made for me were great.. If the quality is similar or better with this batch, I'll definitely give you a bonus payment. I'm going to repost the same instructions from last time, but also give you the topics for at least a few of the articles (posted below this paragraph).. Let me know if you'd like any clarification. Also, let me know if you need a list of the articles you wrote last time, in order to avoid hitting the exact same topics twice. Thank you so much for your work, I earnestly appreciate it.
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Please use these topics for the first 8 articles, and then for the rest, use the same instructions as before.

1940's style dresses
vintage style swimsuits
blair waldorf style
flapper style dress (also use keyword: 1920's style dresses)
victorian style boots
short flowy dresses
dressy maxi dresses
famous wedding dress designers

The scope of the site I'm creating is focused on general women's fashion, with no specific emphasis on any one area. The articles I'd like you to write can be about any topic.. For instance:

Style guides (how to wear a certain type of dress, how to wear a certain type of color, how to coordinate a certain accessory with an outfit, what type of makeup to coordinate with a certain look, etc) as well as how-to's (what to wear to a certain event, such as a cocktail party, a guest at a wedding, a member of the bridal party at a wedding, a job interview, etc)

Style forecasts (what sort of trends as far as color/silhouette/shape/material/pattern are being shown at the latest Milan/Paris/NYC fashion week runways)

Information about new designers emerging from the major fashion cities, and what their collections look like

These are just a few examples.

I know it's a very open-ended prompt, which can be frustrating.. But I'm totally alright with you rewriting articles found on fashion magazine websites, blogs and style guides, as long as they're rewritten to be unique and copyscape proof.

Here are a few examples you can use for source material
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As far as the titles of the articles.. Long tail titles (Minimum 4-5 words) using niche keywords (ie. sweater dress instead of "sweaters" or "dresses") would be ideal. The idea with this site is to pick up long-tail niche fashion traffic.

I know that, given the subject, certain articles will be difficult to stretch beyond a few hundred words, so I'll leave the exact amount of articles up to whatever is most comfortable for you, although I'd like them to be no less than 150 words, and no more than 500 words per article.

The last time we worked together, you were charging 7 dollars per 500 words. Assuming that hasn't changed, I'd like to get started with 200 dollars worth of content. That's about 14,000 words altogether, or 28 articles @ 500 words per article, or more articles assuming some of them will be less than 500 words. Like I said, it's up to whatever you feel best doing.

Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns before you start writing. If you can deliver the articles in .txt. and .doc format, that'd be great.

Thanks for you work
Lawrence

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