2. Follow Bloggers who are more realistic to your size and shape
It's really hard to tell how tall or big someone is from photos, but you can look for their Q and A and see if they have those listed. It's very important to follow bloggers of your size and shape. There are so many blogs out there and I can guarantee you that there is someone out there with your height, weight, and boob size blogging and inspiring. I've purchased something so many times because it looked great on someone else, only to find out that it either looks like a cheap rag, a tent, or completely retarded on me. Camera does add a few pounds, so if the blogger looks skinny in the photo, they are even smaller in real life. I've seen bloggers in person who I have followed whose legs are the size of my arms.
3. Be realistic about your lifestyle and how you spend your time
For instance, it's not practical to chase a toddler in 4 inch heels. This is a very real lifestyle example for me, which took a while to sink in. Below is an example of my go to style when I am with my daughter. Since I have a two year old, I go to the playground a lot, so I have an entire board dedicated for those looks. Playground Looks