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7 Tumblr themes for photo blogs, fashion blogs and portfolios

Becca Caddy Trending 7 Comments

One of the things I love about Tumblr compared to most other blogging platforms is the HUGE amount of choice when it comes to themes. Not only do you have access to thousands for free (obvs there are some paid ones too), but if you’re handy with a bit of code you can customise them even more.

Tumblr is pretty versatile and can be used for long, wordy posts or just tiny quotes, but what the platform does really lend itself to is photographs and images, which is ideal if you’re looking to start a photo blog or a portfolio. Obviously this is largely dependent on the quality of the images AND the theme you choose.

If you know Tumblr is going to be more photo scrap book for you than scribbly diary, then take a look at our seven favourite themes for photos, juicy fashion editorial, portfolios and making the most of big, lovely images.

By Becca Caddy | September 13th, 2011





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  • Ascot Ties

    Fashion is definitely cool. It’s like playing dress up for adults. Just remember, the statement, “clothes make the person” is only partially accurate. A person’s character is what makes them, but clothes tend to frame the public’s perception of you; thereby, causing us to dress a certain way. Hence the need for fashion

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    Wow… what nice themes… great done..