Not all dresses are created equally.
If you know that, you will definitely know that not all fashion blogs are created equally. However, knowing what fashion blogs to read or not can be quite tasking.
If you are looking for fashion information, tips, style, then you will appreciate our list of the best fashion blogs to follow.
Check them out and tell us what you think.
Name: Camille Over the Rainbow
Founded by Camille Charriere, COTR is a globally-recognised fashion blog for its details on trending and emerging fashion. Camille is French but based in London, where she pursued a career in law and finance before starting her blog in 2011 as an outlet to share her personal thoughts on fashion as well as travelling. Since then, she has been featured in various fashion magazines, including ELLE and VOGUE.
Name: Make My Lemonade
The brainchild of Lisa Gachet, Make My Lemonade brand is big on DIY (Do It Yourself) fashion. The Parisian fashion blogger inspires her readers to create fashion that reflects their personal style. Although her blog id in French, Google translate can be used to translate it to English or even just her style can serve as an inspiration. She also has an online shop where she sells her pieces.
Name: Modest Mira
Amira is a young fashion enthusiast with a twist of modesty. She started her blog in 2015 to share and inspire other young women with her unique take on fashion. Her style is a combination of street, urban and minimal and she encourages self-experimentation with fashion. Since the launch of her blog, she has collaborated with a number of fashion blogs.
Name: Gentleman’s Gazette
Gentleman’s Gazette was founded by Sven Raphael Schneider. He started the blog in 2010 and since then, the team has expanded. The present team includes his wife, Teresa, who serves as the COO and CMO. Sven started the blog as an avenue to share his personal style with men and inspire them to look good and 9 years after, Gentleman’s Gazette is still helping men dress well and live well.
Name: Wendy’s Look Book
Wendy Nguyen’s story is an inspiration totally. She immigrated to America with her family from Vietnam and had to be taken from her home when she was 15 to a foster home. She ended up graduating in Psychology from UC, Berkeley. She worked as a Banker for a while and founded Wendy’s Look Book. The blog is not simply a fashion blog where she shares her unique style, it is also used as an avenue to discuss juvenile justice.
Name: Does My Bum Look 40 In This?
As implied by the name of the blog, it is the brain-child of Kat Farmer, a fashion blogger, fashion enthusiast, wardrobe consultant and personal shopper in her 40s. She is everything many women in their 40s can relate with; wife and mother. But she is using her blogs to inspire these women that their fashion collection can be beyond mutton and frump.
Name: Accidental icon
Lyn slater can be called fashionable grandma, who decided to fill the gap for fashion needs for women her age. She noticed a lacuna in the fashion industry as it relates to providing for the needs for women in their 60s and above, and so she decided to provide for women who she describes as “interesting but living ordinary lives.
Name: Effortless Gent
Founded by Barron Cuadro, Effortless Gents help men to look like the gentlemen effortlessly – just like the name implies. This is the blog for the average guy on the street who cares about how he looks and needs help incorporating style into his everyday life. The blog concentrates on depicting how to exert less effort in getting dressed.
Name: Akanksha Redhu
The Indian beauty, Akanksha Redhu, started her blog in 2010 to document her personal thoughts and dreams. It has since evolved into a fashion and lifestyle blog. The blog is a culmination of fashion, travel, her personal beauty products and culture as well as food. On the fashion ends, she provides inspiration on fashion trends, her personal style and Indian fashion.
Name: Not Jess Fashion
Jessica Wang, the founder, is a top Asian fashion blogger as well as a popular fashion personality in NYC. She launched her blog in 2014 and since then, gained massive popularity in the fashion scene, especially among Asian-Americans. She shares fashion contents on her personal style on her blog that inspires others to be daring and confident to achieve a fulfilling fashionable life.
Name: Talking With Tami
Talking With Tami by Tami Reed is a fashion and lifestyle blog that caters to various topics including fashion, beauty, entertainment and events amongst others. The media personality started Talking With Tami as a talk show, where she introduced viewers to entrepreneurial ventures before launching the web enterprise in 2017.
Name: Street Etiquette
Street Etiquette was founded by Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs in 2008. Street Etiquette started as a fashion blog but has evolved into a creative agency. The blog publishes content on men’s fashion taking a cultural, historical and urban perspective. They have been able to present a unique men style drawing inspiration from all over the world and from different eras. Street Etiquette has been featured in different fashion magazines, including GQ and Essence.
Name: We Wore What
We Wore What was founded by Danielle Bernstein and the blog takes an interesting approach by focusing on fashion and nothing else. Basically, even from her pictures, there are barely any close shots but full angle shots to concentrate on the fashion and nothing else. The focus of the blog is on “what we wore”.
Name: Girl With Curves
The brain-child of Tanesha Awasthi founded in 2011, Girl With Curves is an award-winning blog that fills the gap created by a fashion industry that caters to women that look a certain way. The blog caters to the fashion needs of women regardless of weight, shape or size. She also founded the Girl With Curves community where women who have things in common can share their thoughts.
Name: Style Girlfriend
Style Girlfriend was founded to give advice on men’s style from a female’s perspective. Style Girlfriend has a team of women that serve as men’s wing women to help them improve their style and interact with women with confidence.
That is all folks.