The 50 Top Fashion & Beauty Bloggers in 2019

Fashion blogger essentials flat lay

When it comes to fashion and beauty industry, new trends are constantly evolving and being seen on and off the runway.

It can be hard to keep up with all of the hottest clothing styles and makeup advice (and this year is predicted to have some pretty wild trends!). So, having some go-to beauty bloggers to follow for inspiration can be really helpful!

Top Fashion & Beauty Bloggers to Follow in 2019

We scoured the internet to find the top fashion bloggers and beauty gurus that you need to be following this year. From influential women inspiring those in their 40s to bloggers sharing the fashion trends of Australia and Dubai, we've gathering 50 of the best blogs for women you'll want to bookmark so you can come back to throughout the year.

Fashion blogger essentials flat lay

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A self-proclaimed OG fat girl, Gabi Gregg took it upon her hands to fill a gap that women like her needed in the online space. Her blog, Gabifresh, is a fashion resource for young women who are size 14 or higher​, both full figured and curvy.

That’s how it started at least. And, that’s still what her blog and the rest of her social platforms stand for but nowadays, her reach and efforts are double. She’s since launched her own brand, Premme, which operates on the ethos “style without compromise.”

​Why We Recommend:

She leads by example. She encourages women to be confident about their bodies in bikinis by modeling her own plus sized lingerie for and swimsuit collection, which she also designed and produced herself.

She’s pulling up the confidence of young women with her similar size but also of her same color. She holds pride of being one among the many black fashion bloggers in the world. Her collective work now precedes her blogger reputation. She was a blogger with a purpose - still is - but with more to expect from now.


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Like Gabi, Christina Brown is another female blogger whose focus is empowering women through her work, whether that’s with regard to her blog or other endeavors. In her own words, she describes her blog as being “about style through the lens of self empowerment.”

​Why We Recommend:

Christina believes in the power of style when it comes to making you feel good about yourself. That’s what she wants to inspire in others by exemplifying the same confidence in herself.

From being consumed by her 9 to 5, this mompreneur now juggles her online community, BrownGirlsLove, being a content creator and a digital media strategist for brands and similar women who wants to take ahold of their own life. There’s something good to take away from this lady boss.


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Not only is Diana Horsfall a co-founder of International Fashion Bloggers in Korea Seoul, but she's also a world traveler who has made 5 countries her home. Korea, specifically Seoul, is close to becoming one of the fashion capitals of the world next to other big cities like New York and Paris. who travels around the world.

​Why We Recommend:

Diana, through all her social platforms, directly contributes to opening up the world to the once overly-conservative city fashion-wise, and vice versa.

She also frequents the most prominent fashion shows on the Western side of the globe. As a result, her style and life is a balanced influence of Western and Eastern trends and aesthetics. She blends the two seamlessly that you won’t need to look for different bloggers coming from different continents for an honest representation of both in one person.


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Back in 2005, Tami Reed, armed with her Bachelor’s degree in business management and television production, became the executive producer of her own talk show, “Talking with Tami.” Viewers got a chance to look into the the entrepreneurial ventures of her guests. 

Not quite satisfied with leaving it at that, her strong interest in entrepreneurship brought her the success of her blog with the same eponymous name.

Why We Recommend:

She’s been the host of major shows, mostly pageants and fashion shows, and a lifestyle editor for at least one publication. With all these experiences, her stories are ever-flowing and never dry. She’s considered a red carpet correspondent. If you’re looking for the news about celebrity looks ​from the latest Hollywood events, as well as some tricks to make your body look great with contour,​ she reports on them diligently.

If you’re also inspired by life journeys like hers, she teaches newcomers and veteran bloggers who like to achieve greater success in their own blogging endeavors. We hear it’s in demand with hundreds on the waiting list. If that says anything, it’s that she is highly credible and there’s a lot to learn from this expert.


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Wendy Nguyen is a pretty sound name. You’ve probably already heard about her or at least her very popular blog, Wendy’s Lookbook. From the name itself, you can gauge what to expect - an abundance of outfits and a collection of everything from undergarments to coats that doesn’t fail to offer a wow factor. 

​Why We Recommend:

First off, her website reads like a magazine. From the professionally natural photos arranged like an editorial collage to the mix of script and serif fonts for the text, the entire layout is something to gawk at when you first come to her page.

It gives an immediate picture of what to expect which doesn’t fall short of being stylish. Her stylized outfits are a given. The accompanying personalized essays, whether in posts or in her About section, reveal a lot about herself.

This makes every post and every outfit memorable and unique to her, which can be rare in the vast pool of bloggers on the web. However, she’s not like the usual LA fashion bloggers who live in a cloud of their own world and circles. Not only are Wendy’s outfits great, she works for a cause too.


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Kat Farmer is easily a standout and so is her blog, doesmybumlook40. There are so many factors that renders her a rare gem. Among them are the fact that she’s a 40-something blogger in a sea of 20- and 30-somethings and her unique approach to life as only a woman of over 40 could live out. 

​Why We Recommend:

Her blog’s name can make someone instantly curious. It gives you a hint but at the same time leaves you wondering what to expect. To Kat, it’s simply about taking people along as she is “journeying into her 40s, perfecting a style that doesn’t scream mutton or frump.”

Her blogspot url also gives us all the nostalgic feelings from a time in Internet and blogging history when people approached it with pure fun and didn’t think about it as work or as a professional endeavor at all.

But even when others would consider this unprofessional now, this woman is killing it. She has over a hundred thousand followers on her Instagram and a style that could compete with that of younger bloggers as she combines ​her timeless cozy fashion with some pieces from the ​present generation.


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They say as you grow older, you can start to feel invisible. That’s definitely not the case for Lyn Slater, dubbed as an accidental and influential fashion icon at 64 years old.

Even at her age, there seems to be more of her that continues to unfold, reminding and inspiring us that life doesn’t end at 60. There's so much knowledge and insights we can gain from strong women such as Lyn, which is evident by the fact that her followers span all ages.

​Why We Recommend:

Her blog, Accidental Icon, is for any confident women who live “interesting but ordinary lives” in the city. Lyn herself is an urbanite woman who is interested in modern intellectual aesthetic. 

That’s exactly what she brings through her photos and outfits that are as bomb as those of her fellow bloggers.

Lyn is very comfortable with who she is. It might be from the number of years she’s lived to come into her own and figure out who she is at her core. That’s something not all bloggers, especially those in their 20s or 30s, can say for themselves.

This accidental icon is a prime example of being comfortable with one’s own and being fully unapologetic in expressing that. That could be your 2019 attitude.


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Pamela Lutrell is in the same boat as the last two bloggers. She’s considered a senior in the youth-dominated blogging sphere. Like the other two, youthfulness is not obsolete in this rejuvenated spirit who’s keen on continuously improving herself. 

​Why We Recommend:

Her blog is a “culmination of all [she] experienced and learned from living through a personal reinvention at age 50.” She explores this new persona through fashion, beauty and health, and lifestyle, which are also the categories her blog is divided into.

Her blog is mainly for women over 50 who, like her, may be looking for the motivation and reassurance of the possibility of a renewed self as they enter a new chapter in their lives. If you typically spend most of your time focused on other people and commitments, and very little time on yourself, then this blog is one to bookmark!

Pamela provides many insights on how to shift your mindset so you can start prioritizing time for yourself in some ways. Honestly, we could all do with more of that this year, no matter your age or life phase. With her experience, Pamela is someone to hear out.


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Christie Tyler is a self-professed NYC girl with the vibe and je ne sais quoi of a French woman. In such a busy and fast-paced city, her laid back style is quite refreshing. She can make a slip dress look so chic even with the backdrop of classic and edgy New York City streets.

​Why We Recommend:

Like many of the original bloggers, she started out on Tumblr until her personal photos got unprecedented attention. She then turned into a blogger with more than a couple hundred thousand followers. It’s no surprise, this girl can be likened to a model because she knows how to work a camera. Her DIY photo shoots, even those just in her apartment, look like they took a whole crew to achieve.

Speaking of her apartment, her interior design skills are high-level, considering she just goes by what she likes. Christie Tyler is someone whose lifestyle can be admired. She sees the beauty in the ordinary, and her blog is where you can see New York through her eyes. If you want to get a feel of the Big Apple even just through a screen, hers is one of the best NYC blogs you can follow this year.


where did u get that

​Where Did U Get That

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As a newcomer in New York, Karen Blanchard started Where Did U Get That out of the innocent desire to discover places where the local girls shopped in her new home. She wasn’t after the big names and brands. She wanted the fashion equivalent of hole-in-the-wall restaurants that can become her usual spots when it comes to fashion shopping.

​Why We Recommend:

In the process, what used to be just a place to document her discoveries, her blog became a huge resource for women who know better than to traverse New York shopping spots without a guide.

Whether they’re Brit girls in New York like her or locals who’ve lived in the city for longer, she has helped in expanding the range of women’s knowledge from bras to shoes all coming from indie brands. She helps explore other options than the big names in the industry.


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That’s Chic is not just a blog, it’s an accurate online representation of Rachel Nguyen. Everything is so well-thought-out that probably one of your first thoughts about it is about how good it was coded and made.  

​Why We Recommend:

Upon landing on her page, you’ll get a feel for what her vision and aesthetic is because it’s a literal interactive mood board. You can move around images that she picked out or taken herself and make a collage of your own.

Authenticity comes up a lot in descriptions about her personality. Whatever she shares, whether that’s an extremely luxurious designer bag or the cheapest thrift store find, she presents it in a way that’s unique to her own character.

She has mastered creativity at its core and practices it daily in how she lives her life. You can line her up among Los Angeles’ fashion bloggers and she’ll fit right in and stand out at the same time. She just has a charm that’s unique to her.

More than the styling and career advice you’ll find on her platforms, she’s generally good at being herself. One look at her blog will encourage you to be you, even if you don’t know what that means yet. That’s a good emotion to start off of when applied to dressing up yourself.


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The Blonde Abroad is named as one of the Top 10 Travel Influencers by Forbes. If that doesn’t make Kiersten Rich’s blog seem credible to you, her intensive travel tips will get you hooked on her content.

​Why We Recommend:

Her blog is pretty easy to navigate with a “Start Here” button. It flashes out brief nuggets of information about common questions people might have about every facet of traveling, from packing to planning the trip to documenting the experience.

Her vivid photos of places she’s visited are already enticing you to get off your seat and go out there. Her wisdom about traveling will help you feel secure about your destinations and itineraries. She shares her mission as “to help women find the confidence from within to travel the world.”

The Blonde Abroad is highly encouraging for women who want to travel. Even if you’re pretty content with where you are right now, going through this will give you a strong urge of wanderlust.


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Hello Hannah would seem like another sweet girl-next-door type of blogger with her pastel layouts and ethereal-themed photos. But, she owns her aesthetic with such panache that can’t be found in just any blogger. 

​Why We Recommend:

One thing about her that will keep coming up in her posts is her vegan lifestyle. There are some negative connotations to the word as some critics have pointed out the inconsistency of some bloggers when talking about this topic versus actually living out its principles. However, Hannah Hagler isn’t what those critics are talking about.

She’s a good resource for her home, fashion and beauty products that are vegan and animal-friendly. Being a huge animal lover herself, that’s one of the main things she stands for in the blogging community, whatever topic she might cover. Just the sound of that is already very promising.


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Sebina Hussain sets an example for what “taking a leap” means. She switched out her law degree for a career where she dresses and films herself for a living. From using her university books as a tripod, she’s come a long way as to grow her audience in the last four years of blogging.

​Why We Recommend:

In Sebinaah, she offers a candid and witty documentation of motherhood. She’s also someone to follow if you’re struggling with incorporating your sense of style while wearing the hijab. She owns it with every outfit and makeup look. She doesn’t seem to let anything get in the way of pursuing her interest in fashion, so she’s a good choice for a role model.


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Everything about Retro Flame is sleek, from the blog layout to Erika Fox’s photos. It’s been included in several top fashion blogs lists and for good reason. It’s not just Erika’s outfit posts that show her expertise in fashion. It’s her vast experience in fashion PR with several media and personalities in the industry like Refinery29, Olivia Palermo, and Whitney Port that make her advice highly credible for anyone who wants to go in the same path.

​Why We Recommend:

Erika is also another New York girl and they always say you see the most eccentric outfits in that city. For people who’ve never been or that don’t see it often, this blog will give you a glimpse into a woman of the New York fashion set.


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It seems like there’s nothing Margaret Zhang can’t do in the realm of creative media. Her skill set varies in a lot of aspects. In no particular order or ranking, she’s a photographer, stylist, writer, director, and consultant for major brands, whether in the fashion or beauty industry. Additionally, she’s no stranger to being in front of the camera.

​Why We Recommend:

Having such a wide range of abilities, she’s done almost every part of the production process and therefore can tell what needs to be accomplished and how to do things seamlessly. This is why her blog seems like a perfectly curated space that’s full of visuals that speak of her entire aesthetic, thoughts, and visions. She has an unconventional style that even the most high fashion garment transforms on her.


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Natasha is a model and photographer from London with a penchant for blogging. In Bisous Natasha she shares her personal style and more interestingly, her experience and work within the industry. With her insider knowledge, hers is one of the fashion and beauty blogs of substance that can actually show you what it’s like from the inside of both industries.

​Why We Recommend:

She’s been featured in big magazines like British Vogue and Vanity Fair, and in campaigns with the likes of Jimmy Choo, ASOS, and Topshop. However this blog offers a less made-up version of her. This is a blog that looks and feels good to read because the professional photos juxtaposed with personal writing about her life and style.

It’s always a treat when you see behind the scenes of a model’s life. It seems so glamorous all the time, and it may look like that on her blog, but she also makes it relatable​ when you read that she also goes through the same struggles with clothing as we all do.


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At We Wore What, Danielle Bernstein focuses on the style, fashion, and styling more than anything else. You’ll see it in how she poses for her full angle photos - rarely with her face taking all the attention and with the outfits, whether long-sleeved or strapless are always at the forefront. 

​Why We Recommend:

Everything else takes a step back, and yet even the details of her New York backdrop are a match to her overall vibe. Apart from the usual feminine style you see in almost every fashion blog, Danielle also covers interior design and menswear which can be alternative sources of inspiration.

She doesn’t claim to know all the tricks in the aspect of beauty, but you should put her first on your list of top fashion influencers because she’s got it down when it comes to fashion.


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Allison Graham is a “Jamaican native adopted to the Brooklyn streets menswear fashion” and She Does Him is where she unapologetically shares all of her androgyny. She couldn’t care less about gender norms because she breaks all of them one post at a time.

​Why We Recommend:

Her blog offers a break from the usual we often see. Sometimes blogs and bloggers all morph into one aesthetic but hers is one that won’t fit with the others because she does her own thing; “she does him.”

Though it’s definitely not the main point of her blog or her identity, sharing her fashion perspectives as a Jamaican born lesbian blogger is expanding the blogging community and rendering it more inclusive of everyone. Even if you don’t specifically resonate with her style or her situation, there’s a shared emotion in her experiences that you can feel drawn to.


the fashion advocate

​The Fashion Advocate

Overview:

Claire Goldsworthy is exactly what her blog name says she is - The Fashion Advocate.  She encourages everyone who stumbles upon her content to look at fashion from an ethical perspective and think of it in conjunction with our consumption habits.

​Why We Recommend:

Her blog slogan says it’s “all about good people doing good things.” It’s her way of raising awareness about conscious consumption, being considerate of all aspects of nature when it comes to purchasing things especially in fashion. It’s no secret nowadays how detrimental it is to change our destructive habits. This blog will get you there if you don’t know where to start.


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A sleek low neck outfit doesn’t necessarily make you fashionable. If it’s not in your nature to dress up, it’s even more obvious how staged it is when you do. Ann Kim is one of those people who’ve exemplified being fashionable while also being a minimalist and her blog Andy Heart is one of those everyday fashion blogs you bookmark and check for daily inspiration.

​Why We Recommend:

She knows the value of a a good pair of trousers, classic white sneakers, a chunky knit sweater, black pair of boots, and every other basic piece.

Her wardrobe is probably filled with those as her outfit posts suggest. However, you’ll never see her looking repetitive because she carries the clothes well and styles them differently each time. Following her blog Andy Heart will give you new ammunition to work your basic pieces and transform them into mind-blowing outfits and pieces that are also comfortable.


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Thirteen Thoughts might be a random name to you, but it’s a timely and relevant one for Paula as it was an outlet for her as she struggled with depression. Picking up a photography habit was the thing that kept her busy from spiraling down the negative loop of her thoughts. Now, it’s a big platform where she can inspire others, and maybe you in the next year.

​Why We Recommend:

There’s a really widened span of topics that comes out. Every time she posts it targets a different area of interest she has. These could be self-development, beauty, skincare, wellness, photography, blogging, or fashion. There’s something to find here especially if you’re on your personal journey to be better.


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The fashion industry loves twins, but sisters do well in the biz too. Tegan and Lindsay are two sisters who have made a name for themselves as partners in the fashion blogging community. Treasures and Travels is a lifestyle blog where they document life from their studio in Vancouver, share their favorites in life, beauty, and fashion, and impart their wisdom so far to other girls.

​Why We Recommend:

They have DIY tutorials and life update posts that are so relatable to the average girl who’s trying to figure out this life. It’s almost a comfort knowing they’re sisters doing it together, and reading their blog will feel like you’re having an older sister give you advice.


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Nicole Pearce is a group fitness instructor whose content is an extension of her practice in real life. She’s active in a bunch of social media channels. Her Instagram alone is full of photos and videos of meal prep outputs and workouts you can easily insert into your routine.

​Why We Recommend:

Pumps and Iron is where you’ll see a more expansive view of those as she shares on the site recipes, workouts you can follow from her videos, answered questions, among other things that will get you ahead on your fitness journey.


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The Fashion Fruit is the brainchild of Veronica Ferraro and Giorgio Merlino. Starting in 2010, it’s become one of the biggest fashion blogs in one of the biggest fashion cities in Europe. This one’s for the girls with a certain taste in clothes but a universal type of style.

​Why We Recommend:

This blog gives such an expansive inspiration for everyday outfits that can be Instagrammable whether you’re traversing your home city or traveling in a new one. Aside from prepping your looks from the outside, it also gives fresh fitness tips to make you feel and look good from the inside.


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Very few topics are off-limits to Hannah Gale. Her blog is a professional place for motivational posts and fashion inspirations, including discount codes. But, it’s also her online diary where she gets really raw and unfiltered about her life experiences.

​Why We Recommend:

Some examples would be her life as a mom, experiences with breastfeeding, and just daily mundane struggles that seem bigger in the moment. She goes through all in style and is very articulate in expounding on things she talks about. You can expect nothing from this digital journalist but real-life happenings told in great storytelling fashion.


wide eyed legless

​Wide Eyed Legless

Overview:

From the name itself, Wide Eyed Legless is already a unique blog that you wouldn’t be sure what to expect from. Madelynn Furlong is an eccentric person herself, but it’s presented in such a minimalist way as her style and blog does.

​Why We Recommend:

In her words, “WEL is a place to discover, create and inspire. It really is as she creates the most compelling photos, captioned with bold serif titles that make you feel like you’re reading through a professional online magazine.

Madelynn has mastered monochrome outfits that incorporate one or two of the same color shades, which is such a fashionable technique of dressing nowadays. As the time goes next year, we’re almost sure you’ll find something to be inspired by from her outfits and blog.


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There are already so many blogs from girls in the biggest, most prominent cities, but almost none in places we know almost nothing about. Blogger Amy Havins fills that lack when it comes to blogging about her home base Dallas in her blog Dallas Wardrobe.

​Why We Recommend:

She’s not much different than other bloggers with a job as a style consultant aside from being a fashion blogger. However, she shows us what girls from a not-so-popular (at least to the fashion set) place want in terms of clothes, how they dress, and how different their style is compared to other girls in big cities.


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San Francisco is home to many bloggers and is a very popular destination. Crystalin Marie is someone who started out her blog with the intention of documenting her life in this city.

​Why We Recommend:

Having just moved there when she began the blog, she has recorded the evolution of her style and the place’s influence on girls’ fashion sense. It’s now a husband-and-wife business but it stays true to its initial aim which is to connect with other girls through posts about fashion, lifestyle, and motherhood.


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Chiara Nasti is someone who’s truly dedicated to her work. You might have already seen her from her various collaborations with luxury and high fashion brands, but her blog gives a more candid look at her life, work, style, and everything in between.

​Why We Recommend:

It’s like a diary of her life musings and reflections side by side with fashionable and beautiful photos of her outfits or makeup of the day.

If you’re reading this, you’re probably interested in boss women who are slaying their career but also have got that work-life balance in check. Chiara shows us how that works and it’s inspiring to see how someone with the life that she has can stay grounded in her day-to-day.


coco's tea party

​Coco's Tea Party

Overview:

For many of the original bloggers that started in the ‘00s, it’s probably fashion magazines that built up the interest in fashion in them. At least to 16-year-old Ella Gregory then, that was the case until she created Coco’s Tea Party.

​Why We Recommend:

2019 would be the year that marks her 10th blog anniversary. She’s showing no sign of slowing down. From the name itself, the blog is as British as she is. We imagine it to be very therapeutic to read her blog, her book recommendations and fashion tips, with tea, biscuits, moody music playing in the background, and a lit scented candle in the room.


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Sally and Molly are two sister bloggers who also come from Dallas. A Piece of Toast is a collaborative project between the two. Upon seeing their page, it fulfills one thing that’s really satisfying to see when it comes to blogs. It’s very organized. It has a minimalistic design with easy to navigate pages.

​Why We Recommend:

One of the two is a teacher and the other works full-time on the blog, and we have to say it works pretty well for them. Their content is carefully written and researched. There are no filler posts that will bore you from the first sentence. Once 2019 comes, you’ll have time to go through their posts and learn new things about interiors and fashion.


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There are two things we can instantly relate with about Valentina. She’s a foodie and a fashion and makeup junkie. Fashion and cookies gives a clue to what she likes, considering she named her blog after two of her most favorite things. 

​Why We Recommend:

However, what’s more interesting about her blog is how raw and open it is. It gives us a feel as if we’re reading a blog from the early days of the Internet.

With two University degrees in Economics and Political Administration, a position at Glamour Italy as a beauty reporter, and a raging interest in various things about fashion, Valentina is more than equipped to share many credible things way beyond just about fashion and beauty.


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Atlantic-Pacific can be your go-to blog if you want to always be in style. The creator, Blair Eadie, has seen the fashion industry grow as she’s been an insider for about 11 years now. Beginning in 2007 as a merchandiser for Gap Inc., her blog is her own personal way of expanding the conversation about the fashion industry, bringing things about it to light from the inside out.

​Why We Recommend:

She knows the ins and outs of fashion and having been blogging for at least 6 years, she’s well-versed in how the two communities work side by side together. With so many big brand partners, you will see how her style continues to grow. In 2019, it’s the perfect opportunity to see your style evolve as hers did and still do.


a girl in progress

​A Girl in Progress

Overview:

A Girl in Progress pretty much explains what this blog is about just by its name. It’s a lifestyle blog for “girls who are working on themselves for themselves.” It’s very timely at this time as we’re approaching a new year and it’s the best time for most people to start thinking up new habits to form, new attitudes to develop, and new goals to work towards.

​Why We Recommend:

The blog has plenty of resources for young girls to continue pursuing. That could be  for a better version of themselves or a better situation in life, whether that’s in the financial aspect, health and wellness, beauty and fashion, mental health, and many more.


lifestyle of a professional

​Lifestyle of a Professional

Overview:

Just like A Girl in Progress, Lifestyle of a Professional is a blog about self-development, only it’s more focused on careers. It shows the ins and outs of a professional working mom, but has a well-rounded range of topics that are almost always relevant to the right target readers.

​Why We Recommend:

This is where Ankita Bhatia Dhawan opens up about parenting, but also recommends beauty and self-care products, shares travel and life tips and short stories. She’s a natural storyteller and her writings are always engaging. She has content that gets you hooked no matter how mundane things seem to be in the day-to-day life of a working person or mom like her​.


Overview:

LaTisha is a self-confessed “complete geek about branding & marketing, great interior design, and french fries.” Maybe the first two is a little bit specific to her but we can all relate about the french fries. Anyway, those two are what makes her a bit more unique to others.

From that expertise, she’s created such a coherent blog called Blushing Black that’s focused on giving women the space to feel like they belong or that they’re not weird for the way they dress, act, or handle life stuff​, and the like.

​Why We Recommend:

​LaTisha juggles a lot of things including motherhood, which is a full-time job in itself, but she manages to do it with such finesse. Maybe that’s what you can take from her in 2019.


i love green inspiration

​I Love Green Inspiration

Overview:

I Love Green Inspiration is like a magazine in the form of a blog. It’s rich with news, industry events updates in Italy, outfit posts, and trend reports that are up to par with the caliber or Glamour or Vanity Fair. However, Marinella describes it simply as an “incubator of trends and prêt-à-porter tips.”

​Why We Recommend:

What sets her blog apart from all the rest is that it looks at style and fashion from a nature-loving and aesthetic point of view. Completely understandable as she’s an architect with a penchant for greeneries and everything that has to do with nature. Those two things incorporated to fashion are something to see as a fresh perspective in 2019.


Overview:

Flight of Spice is kind of a random and nonsensical name for a blog, but once knowing Di and her risky attitude toward facing life, it starts to make a lot more sense and can even be motivational. This blog is her special platform to encourage women to consider taking the riskier option when it comes to big life decisions.

From the first year that she started her blog, she’s already started working with brands and she hasn’t stopped since. It’s given her some pretty wild experiences and an adequate number of following.

​Why We Recommend:

In turn, she now uses that platform to continue sharing her life and interests in travel, fashion, beauty, and health. She also speaks about things you wouldn’t normally read in a fashion blog, like the rise of slow fashion and the evolution of such things.


kryzayda

​Kryzayda Rodriguez

Overview:

Kyrzayda is the eponymous blog of a devoted Christian and fashion and fitness enthusiast. That’s what she uses this blog for - to spread her love for Jesus, but mostly fashion and fitness. It shows her true love for the last two, with little nuggets of wisdom from her faith.

​Why We Recommend:

It’s a refreshing blog to read in a world where some people might feel the need to hide this fact about themselves. It’s understandable as people don’t receive this well. However, Kyrzayda is shameless both in speaking out her faith and dressing the way she wants to.


Overview:

Running The Daileigh is like a mission for Ashleigh Hutchinson. It’s not anything like the usual fashion blogs you see around the web. It’s because her blog contains so much information about building your own closet.

That’s her aim for every reader that comes across her blog. She wants them to figure out how to compose a closet that only houses clothes they would wear regularly with every other piece on the rack. After all, one of the smartest hacks when it comes to storing clothes and lingerie is to start by only keeping items you actually wear.

​Why We Recommend:

Her how-to posts cater to everyone including women beyond 40, those who we’d thought wouldn’t care much about the clothes they wear. To her, it’s just as important to still represent yourself through clothes at that age. If you’re really keen on improving your style in the next year, make it a point to go through her eBooks, articles, and courses.


Overview:

A little break from the fashion and beauty genre of blogs that dominates this list, Om and the City is a lifestyle blog that focuses on mindfulness. It contains everything that has to do with wellness, especially yoga, food, self-love, positivity, self-empowerment, and inspiration. However, some posts about beauty and travel and also thrown into the mix every once in a while.

​Why We Recommend:

The blog is a pleasant sight. It’s mainly white with clean accents of black and green. It truly makes you feel the vibe that you get in nature, which can be instantly calming. It tackles a wide range of topics that all help with issues, especially internal ones, that almost all women can resonate with.

With this blog by your side, one of the top blogs for women we would say, it’s easy to get started on your wellness journey.


the ugly truth of v

​The Ugly Truth of V

Overview:

Like how little ballerinas start their journey through dance very early in their lives, Virginia’s love of fashion started at the tender age of 3. Little girls always get their first exposure to girly things like makeup, clothes, and shoes through their mom’s stuff, but with Virginia, the sight of her mom’s high heels ignited a different kind of passion that’s not common for girls at that age.

​Why We Recommend:

It’s what would bring her to create The Ugly Truth of V and be one of the top Italian fashion bloggers today. Her love for fashion and travel have surely collected her a bunch of stories and outfits to blog about.


Overview:

If you don’t live in the Eastern side of the world, it’s hard to get acquainted with the fashion and lifestyle trends that exist there. It can get pretty redundant as with other blogs but Kamana’s Social and Style is one of the few that is dedicated to showcasing South Asian style because of her genuine interest and love for it.

​Why We Recommend:

There’s so much you can transform your style into by immersing yourself in the trends and fashion of other places. Get ready to be inspired by this blog to explore other types of styling you can do with clothes that are common among both sides of the planet.


Overview:

Even before Lana del Rey’s hit single and album, Olivia Lopez has already made her mark in the online world through the phrase Lust for Life. Since starting in 2006, she’s made “a design destination for the culturally curious and epicurious” out of her blog. This clearly sets up the type of people who would want to read her.

​Why We Recommend:

She’s one of the many petite fashion bloggers who are highly involved in the blogger circles of LA and other big cities. But, she’s not one to morph into the typical fashion blogger aesthetic. She may be small but her visions are huge and it shows in how she dresses and handles herself.

She’s been featured in high-end magazines like Vogue and wears luxury names. Her playful persona always shines and draws you towards her content. Looks like it’s worth watching out for in 2019.


Overview:

Mindfulness is another trend that is getting as much traction as fashion and beauty. Valerie Husemann is one of the many women shining light upon this movement that deserves to be more known and understood by people.

​Why We Recommend:

Aside from the inspiring pep talks, career advice, and healthy living tips, there are also a lot of lifestyle and travel reports that will motivate you to get out there and be a citizen of the world.

Maybe you’ll be encouraged to just get off your seat and do something more productive and more consciously beneficial to you. To Valerie, the “aim is to inspire young women to live an active, healthy and mindful life and enjoy every single moment of it.”


Overview:

If you don't follow fashion trends from Australia, it's time to start! Sydney itself is home to a lot of fashion bloggers who have many different perspectives on clothing, and Amalia is one you'll want to bookmark.

​Why We Recommend:

Amalia Loves is Amalia Karaeva’s contribution to the diverse set of online inspiration you can find from Sydney, and is just one among the many Australian fashion bloggers there are.

Despite the chill and casual reputation of the city, Amalia dresses with class, and it’s evident in her outfit photos. With a beautiful backdrop like Sydney, you probably won’t be able to resist dressing up, even when you're simply out for a jog.


Overview:

From the southern hemisphere to the Middle East, Anum Bashir is a cult favorite blogger who gives the most updated insights on the state of fashion in Dubai.

That’s why she and her blog are called the Desert Mannequin. It’s not everyday that you’ll discover a fashion lifestyle blog that’s based from the desert.

​Why We Recommend:

Despite having such an unfamiliar homebase, Anum also frequents fashion shows in almost all the major cities, and we can’t stress enough how vast her experience and immersion is to the world of fashion through the industry and the blogging community.

If you want something fresh for your eyes and mind, her point of view is something to get into in the new year.


Overview:

Egg Canvas is a visual diary that feeds your soul with the most beautiful pictures of the most beautiful places in the world.

Erica Choi, a design director and photographer, touches on fashion, beauty, and travel, giving us a peek of the lavish lifestyle that exists in different parts of the world, but mostly New York.

​Why We Recommend:

NYC is breathtaking on its own, but through her lenses, it’s given a different life and color. The same goes for every city she visits. Of course, her fashion sense is never lagging behind.

She puts together such chic outfits that match her backdrop and it leaves you with longing for the same eye for detail and style as she does.

If you look at her blog often enough, you might just adapt to the same level of meticulousness when it comes to dressing up with a specific place in mind.


Overview:

Australia is such a lovely country but we hear so little about the Land Down Under. It’s a shame because they have a kind of fashion momentum of their own. Sydney itself is home to a lot of fashion bloggers who have many different perspectives on dressing themselves.

​Why We Recommend:

Her aesthetic and overall vibe as a person is very British - calm and nonchalant. However, she’s not lacking when it comes to expressing herself. That’s because it’s through her clothes, tattoos, piercings, thoughts, or makeup looks. Everything is connected by her personality. 

Though she’s spent majority of her time in the last couple of years in Edinburgh, her roots are in London. She’s back in the city and she’s one of the UK fashion bloggers you should follow.


Overview:

We don’t know how many bloggers you follow but no matter if it’s 10 or 50, you might not see anyone like Lucy. To some bloggers, their blogs are an outlet or platform. To her, Lucy Moon is more of a collection of bits and pieces of herself manifested in the things she likes, her thoughts and opinions on things, and the values that she follows.

​Why We Recommend:

This blog, though mainly of lifestyle, beauty, fashion, is more than just about those things. Lucy makes sure there’s something to take away from her words, photos, and videos. It’s a very relevant blog that provides perspective for a millennial and Gen Z audience.


Overview:

If you are a shopping junkie, Kailee McKenzie should be bookmarked next to your favorite online clothing shops. Once a student of fashion at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and now co-founder of an indie ethical brand Staatsballet, she’s well-equipped with anything that has to do with high fashion.

​Why We Recommend:

Her taste is individualistic and she takes it wherever she goes, even in her more conservative hometown. Her blog has all the latest news about “It” runway looks as well as discounts for some luxury pieces. She also knows the struggle of being a “broke college student” so she has options for those on a tighter budget.


Conclusion

These blogs and bloggers are well-versed in the realm of lifestyle, fashion, and beauty. Bookmark some (or all) of these links and treat yourself to a year of self-development in 2019 - whether in fashion sense or life in general!

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