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Apr 27 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Cediti Life

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by Thomas Hynes

 

Cediti Life is not like a lot of blogs I review. For one, it's a tumblr, so you know it's cool. There's also very little in the way of an "about me". And if there's one thing I've learned from the internet, it's that people LOVE to talk about themselves. But not here. Here it's just about the fashion. It's almost as if there's no time for any introductions. Or, ok. There is this brief introduction. But boy is it brief. 'Back to the clothes,' this site seems to scream at the top of its lungs.

And the clothes on Cediti Rocks are pretty fresh. This suit seems both way out of my league and like something I could totally wear. By that I mean, I'm intrigued. This site could compel me to make some fashion-forward leaps in my life. There are some things on here that I might not wear. But still, I appreciate them as things of beauty, even if they won't ever be things that end up in my closet. Plus, this bow tie made of wood shows me there's a good sense of humor over there. (In full disclosure, i would ABSOLUTELY wear the wooden bow tie.)

Every once in a while you'll catch a longer post from Cediti Rocks. A lot of these read like hurried meditations on fashion or what it's like to live in New York City. It's as if the author has things he just needs to say, and quick. It speaks to the charm and voice of the blog. The format and content is unusual. But so is the level of enthusiasm.

 

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