Over the past decade, the blogosphere has witnessed the entry of high-spirited women who share their acumen on style and fashion unabashedly. There is a large volume of fashion bloggers who have broken stereotypes prevalent in the industry by utilizing the power of the internet. Following such blogs will not just keep you abreast of fashion trends but will also inspire you to look at fashion with a widened perspective.
Here is a list of top 10 fashion blogs that will keep you informed as to what is in and what is not.
This is a blog by Lizzy Hadfield, who calls London home. She not only puts up curated pictures that catalog her fashion sense but also journals her everyday life in good old London. Additionally, she has plugged-in her music playlist on a blog page to share the music that she is currently jamming on.
A Fashion Fix was started by Hannah Crosskey, a British fashion blogger, to record elegant wearable fashion as well as chic interiors that suits her liking. She also journals her travel diaries to exotic locations such as Sri Lanka, Ibiza, and Copenhagen, among others.
Lisa Gachet’s Make My Lemonade is a blog that publishes posts on Do-It-Yourself (DIY) fashion trends. Her ‘Boss With Me’ bi-monthly newsletters records her daily entrepreneurial life. She also launched her own brand that is centered around Do-it-yourself fashion wherein limited-edition apparels are custom made to fit one’s personality at an economical price.
Trishna Goklani is a fashion blogger who also holds the role of a social media editor in Paradise Row. Her keen eye for fashion accessories such as chic bags, leather belts, and subtle jewelry are captured in the pictures posted on her blog.
This blog was created by Kat Farmer to explore and review numerous looks. Kat brings taps into her years of experience as a wardrobe consultant and personal stylist to furnish fashion insights that can help you redefine your fashion sense. She uses her blog as a platform to call out ageism in the fashion industry and highlights that fashion is for all irrespective of their age.
6) Caro Daur
Caro Daur is a German blogger who records her fashion cum travel diaries on her blog. She also blogs about events and festivals she attended that give first-hand information about beauty and lifestyle in addition to fashion takeaways. The blogger also catalogs her dressed up looks for various events that highlight her cravat, headdress, outfit, shoes, and accessories.
Accidental Icon was started by Lynn Slater to cater to the fashion needs of all women including those who are over 60 years. Her blog is also for regular women who enjoy dressing up comfortably while adding a dash of fashion to their look. Lynn’s eclectic look and chic persona is the essence of all her posts that records her take on fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and travel.
Wendy is a fashion, beauty, and lifestyle blogger with a great cause. After graduating, she became a banker during the day and dedicated her evening to volunteer to help organizations that worked for social causes. On her blog, Wendy’s Lookback, she posts reviews on outfits she dons along with well-captured pictures that accentuates her views. Additionally, she also records her adventurous travel diaries and beauty recommendations in an eye-catchy manner on her blog.
This blog was started by Tanesha Awasthi with a vision for empowering women with confidence through fashion. The scarlet thread that runs through this blog is that women are to be celebrated irrespective of their color, size, weight, or shape. In her blog, Tanesha discusses topics that women are known to struggle with, such as low self-esteem, weight issues, body image, and motherhood. She uses her award-winning blog to answer burning questions and solve problems women face in the areas of style, fashion, beauty, parenting, and wellness, among others.
Claire Goldsworthy is the blogger behind The Fashion Advocate. Claire is an Australian fashion blogger who draws her followers’ attention to the fact that she is an advocate of ethical fashion. On her blog, she promotes and showcases Australian and New Zealand women’s fashion, beauty, and home wearables offered by independent labels. The posts published on The Fashion Advocate propagate the culture, values, and ethics that Claire feels should be involved in consuming fashion products.