Sophie Shohet

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Re: Sophie Shohet

Post by toperella » Sat Apr 20, 2019 3:55 am

I know personal taste is very subjective but oh my the jewelry she makes.. wow..

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Re: Sophie Shohet

Post by Hey yeah Holly » Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:12 am

Out of all the YouTubers Sophie seems the most real. Yes she loves the Dior logo a bit much but like others have said she seems to get joy out of her purchases and have other things going on in her life. Not just endless videos of her trawling around Harrods touching things.

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Re: Sophie Shohet

Post by Mdoc » Tue May 07, 2019 7:11 pm

Hmmmm I don't know about that. If I never see a video of hers titled Designer Good You Shouldn't Buy or something in a similar vein, where she shows the same handful of things again it will be too soon.

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Re: Sophie Shohet

Post by 2xblended » Wed Jun 12, 2019 1:07 am

I'm putting this in the rave thread because it seems more appropriate here than in her trash thread...

I loved watching her mail time in her latest video. I couldn't care less about the shopping bit but, she seemed so sincere in both reading her letters/people's stories and in her gratitude for the gifts she received. I found it really touching.

Compare her to someone like Sarahs_Day (whom I am vehemently against and who has received designer freebies but has never once expressed gratitude for them!) and you realise how rare it is these days that an influencer like Sophie takes the time to not only express gratitude, but to also read and write back to each of the followers contacting her. That's more than saying thanks, that's taking action to prove how grateful you are.

I also like that she's using her platform to promote small etsy shops when she likes their products. That can do a lot for someone who's just starting a business. She's giving back to her community in a more meaningful way than just sending out a package of PR giveaways, she's giving their businesses free promotion and some clout from her endorsement.

The whole mail time segment shows she's authentically building a relationship with her followers rather than pretending to know and care about them (re Sarah's Day :roll:).

Sophie may have her flaws with her reseller mentality but, I genuinely appreciate this side of her. Her engagement with her followers seems far more sincere than other influencers. It's refreshing! :tu:

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