The best fashion blogs don’t just give you incredible style advice—they give you
extra. Engaging you in interesting and new ways on the subject of fashion and the surrounding creative world. Sure, everyone wants great outfit ideas for their Pinterest boards and dream wardrobes, but fashion isn’t just about looking perfect. It can be an expression of who you are and how you want to represent yourself in the world. Now, if that’s a little too deep for you, fear not: Our roundup of the best fashion blogs is a mix of serious and lighthearted takes on style.
For example, Susie Lau’s Style Bubble has been going for over a decade and includes intelligent articles on everything from underground global fashion talent to
perfume, as well as fascinating behind-the-scenes pieces on the real work it takes to create a beautiful Chanel garment. Then there’s the tongue-in-cheek Man Repeller run by Leandra Medine and her team. It’s smart, witty take on fashion is refreshing. But these are just two of 27 must-read fashion blogs we turn to on the daily for our fix.
Keep scrolling to click through our gallery of the 29 best fashion blogs to bookmark immediately.
Why follow: One of the tallest women in fashion, Heilbrunner knows how to strut and wear the latest trends. Known for her love of sneakers (Converse are her go-to), she also runs the blog Hey Woman, which covers fashion, art, beauty, and street style. We can’t get enough of it. Where to follow: hey-woman.com; @veronikaheilbrunner
Why follow: Created by Emma Thatcher and Louise Redknapp, this site is great if your wardrobe is a mix of designer and high-street pieces. Go here for easy-to-wear outfit ideas, as well as beauty and interior advice. Where to follow: astylealbum.com; @astylealbum
Why follow: You can rely on model and blogger Natasha Ndlovu for super-chic outfit ideas. From blogging about a pared-back white tee and trousers combo to alerting us to her favourite pair of Zara sandals for the summer, we’re hooked. Where to follow: bisousnatasha.com; @natashandlovu
Why follow: Obsessed with shoes? If you don’t already know about Sandra Hagelstam’s blog, then you need to start reading it pronto. It pretty much does what you imagine: It’s an indulgent look at gorgeous footwear. Not only will it make you shop, but you might just get great outfit ideas for what to wear with your new shoes. Where to follow: 5inchandup.com; @5inchandup
Why follow: While plenty of other bloggers are full-time influencers, Lorna Humphrey manages to also squeeze in time to be a lawyer (yes, we know). Not only does she combine high and low price points, but she’s always immaculately dressed. How to do corporate dressing without ever looking corporate. Where to follow: symphonyofsilk.com; @symphonyofsilk
Why follow: All hail Leandra Medine, who gave us the guts to not care what other people thought of our outfits, even if we cause a few raised eyebrows in the pub with our socks-and-sandals combo. Go here for witty fashion ideas, as well as essays on feminism and funny posts about inappropriate winks. Where to follow: ManRepeller.com; @manrepeller
Why follow: One of the original fashion bloggers, Bryan Boy has made a name for himself as one of the biggest internet celebs. He’s had a Marc Jacobs bag named after him and he even appeared on America’s Next Top Model. It doesn’t get more fashion than that. Where to follow: @bryanboycom; bryanboy.com
Why follow: A place to go when you’re looking for holiday-dressing inspiration, Gala González often appears to be in sunnier climes with blue skies constantly littering her Instagram feed. Of course, it’s her fashion choices that make us return to her site, but a little vacay jealously never hurt anyone. Where to follow: @galagonzalez; amlul.com
Why follow: As a stylist, Chriselle Lim of The Chriselle Factor knows how to put together a stylish outfit or five. One to bookmark for ladylike dressing. Where to follow: @chrisellelim; thechrisellefactor.com
Why follow: Rumi Neely’s brand, Are You Am I, is loved by many an A-lister (including Emily Ratajkowski, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid). Her feed is sun-drenched and totally L.A. Where to follow: @rumineely; areyouami.com
Why follow: As well as finding the chicest street style shots, Collage Vintage also documents founder Sara Escudero’s life. From holiday snaps to new trends, this is always a fun, romantic take on fashion. Where to follow: @collagevintage; collagevintage.com
Why follow: The streetwear street pics getting you down? Fear not, Atlantic Pacific is here to inject some sophistication into your wardrobe. Where to follow: @blaireadiebee. the-atlantic-pacific.com
Why follow: Struggle to get dressed in the morning? Blog We Wore What can help with that. From office-ready combos to L.A.-style ensembles that are perfect for brunch. Where to follow: @weworewhat. weworewhat.com
Why follow: Lucy Williams is a blogger we often go back to over and over, thanks to her effortless way of putting together outfits. She’s the girl-next-door fashion blogger, and we love it. Where to follow: @lucywilliams02. fashionmenow.com
Why follow: Arielle Charnas began this blog way back in 2009, but thanks to her mix of preppy New York style and more fashion-forward looks, her site has become one of the biggest around. Where to follow: @somethingnavy. somethingnavy.com
Why follow: If you don’t know who Chiara Ferragni is, then you’ve quite possibly been hiding under a rock. The über-blogger has become one of the most recognisable faces in the fashion influencer world. She was the first blogger to front a Vogue magazine and often collaborates with many different fashion brands. Where to follow: @theblondesalad. theblondesalad.com
Why follow: Fashion can sometimes seem like it’s out of reach. While the likes of Chanel and Gucci will always hold a place in our hearts (and most bloggers’ closets), sometimes it’s great to know how to shop without spending a fortune. Alex Stedman of The Frugality constantly proves that the high street offers incredible pieces that look super expensive (such as this jumper from M&S). Where to follow: The-Frugality.com. @thefrugality
Why follow: For the serious fashion lovers, Susie Lau’s site is the place to go when you want to know exactly how a piece of Chanel couture is made. It’s also a place to enjoy great writing. Lau has dedicated over a decade to this blog, and it shows. Intelligent and insightful. Where to follow: StyleBubble.co.uk @susiebubble
Why follow: Perfectly British and always delivered with a knowing wink, Pandora Sykes’s eponymous blog is perfect for styling outfits, but it’s also great for a spot of travel and current cultural affairs. Don’t miss Pandora’s take on the rise of the juicy botty. Where to follow: PandoraSykes.com. @pandorasykes
Why follow: If you’re looking for more than a lesson in great dressing and want some real understanding of what it takes to be a fashion blogger, then go to The Haute Pursuit. Run by Vanessa Hong, the site now boasts its own online shop of minimalistic basics. Where to follow: TheHautePursuit.com. @thehautepursuit
Why follow: Another veteran of the fashion blogging world, Corsica native Garance began her blog in 2006 primarily as a place to showcase her skills as a fashion illustrator. This quickly turned to writing about fashion, becoming a pro photographer and then it expanded into beauty as well. A great place to discover classic fashion with a French twist (and you know how much we love French fashion). Where to follow: GaranceDore.com. @garancedore
Why follow: A trained interior designer, Aimee Song started to blog about her outfits after she received a great response from her followers on her personal style. Her fun sense of fashion is massively influenced by her Californian roots, so expect pretty sunshine-ready ensembles with a fashion-forward approach. Where to follow: SongofStyle.com. @songofstyle
Why follow: As a mother of two, Charlotte Groeneveld proves that mum style doesn’t have to be mumsy. Regularly kitted out in the latest Vetements or Chanel, this is a high-end fashion blog with a bit of family on the side. Where to follow: TheFashionGuitar.com. @thefashionguitar
Why follow: With her cool outfit ideas and body positive messages, Gabi Gregg of Gabi Fresh proves over and over that fashion isn’t just for one size but for all sizes. Not to mention she has some epic-looking holidays (that also include gorgeous dresses). Where to follow: GabiFresh.com. @gabifresh
Why follow: Want to know about latest designers you’ll be desperate to buy next season? Then Camille Charrière of Camille Over the Rainbow is your woman. Regularly championing emerging names (we spied her wearing Maggie Marilyn before many others), her unique sense of style will also have you coming back for more. Where to follow: CamilleOvertheRainbow.com. @camillecharriere
Why follow: No fashion blog list would be complete without a great street style site. Style du Monde, run by photographer Acielle (first name only), is a collection of the most eye-catching looks on the street during the various fashion weeks all over the world, with the majority of her shots coming out of the biggies—London, Milan, Paris and New York.
Why follow: Fashion blogs do exist outside of the bubble of fashion week, and Sincerely Jules is one of the biggest out there. Californian native Julie Sariñana loves clean lines and more minimal ensembles, all of which is given stunning backdrops, thanks to her many travels around the world. Where to follow: SincerelyJules.com. @sincerelyjules. Next up! The seven biggest S/S 17 fashion trends you need to know about.