Larissa blogs for stilblog

It’s been a month now that stilblog is online. Stilblog is a Corporate Fashion Blog which has been set up in corporation with SCHILD, a Swiss fashion company. I’m very happy for this great chance SCHILD gave me to prove my skills as a blogger for them. And I hope you will like stilblog just as much as you love to read Sasani…

To be honest, first I thougt “SCHILD? Do they have clothes I could like? Do they have clothes I would buy?” I didn’t want to write a blog for a company from which I wouldn’t even buy myself something. But I still wanted to give this idea a chance and so I went to discover SCHILD.

And what I found really got me. Their headquarter in Lucerne is a modern, bright building that used to be a factory. And their employees are fresh and young in their mind. All they needed was a plattform to tell the world how cool they are. And that’s now the goal of stilblog.

SCHILD has maybe once been the store where your mother bought her workwear. But today with brands like Hallhuber, Mango and their exclusively licensed brand Navyboot they have really become fashionable. A bit more expensive though as I was used to from H&M but surely worthwhile to write about it and buy the stuff. What also persuaded me was their online shop. I just love to shop online! Although it’s a corporate blog, I’m not obliged to blog about SCHILD clothes only. That’s what really made me certain that this is a very interesting project, for me and for SCHILD.

So it would be a pleasure to meet you at stilblog as well and to read your opinion about this project…

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4 Responses to “Larissa blogs for stilblog”

  1. Larissa

    amazing! i’ll be keeping an eye out!
    x
    thatgirlfromhk.blogspot.com

  2. BusiChic

    Congratulations! And how interesting. I am a workwear streetstyle fashion blogger so I’ll certainly be checking out Schild! Xx from Australia

  3. Larissa

    thank you cheryl!

  4. Larissa

    Thank you, my name twin!


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