Among the multitude of fashion blogs that bloom, are you a little lost? World tour of the most inspiring fashion blogs.
Did you know that every quarter of a second, a fashion blog is launched somewhere in the world? In fact, it’s not really true (well, it’s probably true – we only need scientific proof), but it looks like it, right?
In search of inspiration on the net, it is easy to get lost in the crowd of clichés Instagram (#fashion). When you finally take your eyes off your smartphone, you realize that you have just spent two days sailing on websites written in Korean – and you are still in a dressing gown, not knowing what to put (we all went through there).
Do not be afraid anymore, the team of the British Marie Claire has done the hardest for you. From English blogs to the best papers from Milan or New York, here is the ultimate guide to the best fashion blogs of all time.
- Man Repeller
Who: The very funny – and very New Yorker Leandra Medine.
Why : With Jewish Turkish and Iranian roots, Leandra Medine launched her career through a blog called Boogers + Bagels. Soon, his asides of fashion-addict, drunk with irony, captivate the readers. One day, during a shopping session, she debates with a friend and enjoys the fact that most of the clothes hyper trends that they adore could be prohibitive for men. Hence his desire to devote himself full-time to the subject “man-repeller”. It is now a real empire to frighten men, which offers background content like “The difference between Mom’s jeans and dad’s jeans”, the superb “Manstagram” – the best fashion finds – and other content Hilarious as well as fashion news.
She says, “I really see Man Repeller as a philosophy and fashion as a language used to establish a connection with other women. “
- 5 Inch and Up
Who: The Finnish, now London student design, Sandra Hagelstam
Why : She talks about fashion and beauty but her blog has always focused more forcefully on shoes. We love its new section: The shoe of the month, an exhaustive test of the last heels. Thanks to her, we know exactly how well- off Saint Laurent, the Candy, are comfortable and if they trim well.
She says, “I blog about the things I wear and the shoes I love. My blog is about high heels and casual style. Good basic, this is what I feel most comfortable with. As long as it’s 12 cm heels, because you will never see me flat … “
- Gary Pepper Girl
Who : The wonderful Australian Nicole Warne
Why : Obsessed with vintage fashion, the Australian began selling vintage clothes on an Ebay store, until her blog attracted attention. Now she dominates the fashion scene in Sidney, with the aura of an inspiring fashion icon. She is also a model (she belongs to the same agency as Miranda Kerr), she is a consultant and a member of many juries. Recently, she sat alongside the Australian Vogue editor-in-chief for the Australian BT Emerging Fashion Designer Award. Above all, we love his Instagram thread full of colors and glamor.
- Camille Over the Rainbow
Who : The Parisian who became London, Camille Charriere.
Why : The blonde with endless legs offers a very chic mix of inspiration – her personal style has this little something French-style carefree that makes envy the English (and others), trends and decryption brands. The shop section of her site offers all the pieces she loves in the same place. We also love the fact that she regularly makes a vacuum in her dressing room on Vestiaire, the real fans of Camille can acquire her clothes …
She says, “Camille Over the Rainbow is the destination for a mix between fashion from new designers and luxury, with a preference for Scandinavian brands. “
Who : The hilarious and very casual Phil Oh
Why : After a hectic career in writing novels or restoration, Phil Oh began taking pictures of eccentric outfits that attracted his attention in the streets of New York. Now, his street-style photos range from Warsaw to Jakarta, with a focus on colorful and cool looks.
He said, “I started Street Peeper in 2006 as a good excuse to travel while learning about what trendy young people were wearing. Now this has evolved into a portfolio that captures the styles and uproar all around the fashion shows during the Fashion Weeks. “
- The Frugality
Who : London stylist Alex Stedman
Why : Tips for saving money and good deals galore, the wisdom of Alex Stedman gives us tips for living well with me. This goes from his way of repaying his debts to his restaurants at good prices.
She says: “My blog is a fashion and lifestyle site for real people, who live on a normal budget. I only swear by affordable clothes and I give my opinion on the pieces that justify breaking his piggy bank or not. After all – budget or not – everyone loves to do business. “