A lot of blog followers keep up with the posts as a way of having something of a personal stylist. The best blogs for those seeking advice are those featuring wearable fashion that can be translated for looks for home, work, holidays and more. These stand-out blogs feature more than pretty pictures; they’re filled with useful tips and tricks, trend explanations, shopping tips, et al.
Brooklyn Blonde has very wearable looks made up of a mix of mid-price and designer pieces making her blog super accessible to many.
Her writing style is open and honest helping readers relate to find solutions to their everyday sartorial struggles. Special focus is put on accessories and beauty as well for comprehensive styling.
Kendi’s blog features fashion that’s easy to relate to for stylish dames in cities as equally as style stunners in the suburbs. In fact, many of her looks would do just fine being replicated down to a tee making it great for newbies to the style scene to learn how it’s done.
It’s amazing to see how she expertly pulls off the high/low mix like skinny pants by Old Navy paired with a Madewell tee and a Marc by Marc Jacobs bag!
Cupcakes and Cashmere
Cupcakes and Cashmere is one chic blog based in sunny California. The mix is creative yet very wearable like this sweatshirt blouse and skirt combo (pictured) that could really be worn without a problem to many a workplace.
The look blogger Emily Schuman focuses on is very feminine and elegant with minimal, delicate accessories. Women who love leg looks may be happy to hear that she posts looks featuring skirts and dresses regularly with only the occasional pant look (of course the climate of Cali accommodates her style).
Skinny Hipster is a wonderful blog featuring blogger Nife as well as a regular stream of guests and even precious fashion for the little ones.
Expensive looks are often presented with affordable look for less counterparts to keep the shopping advantage fair across the board for all readers. Her favorite looks seem to celebrate femininity with sex appeal but the ensembles are always classy – classy enough to wear to a family function. It’s a well-balanced read and a great way to start developing personal style (for the newcomers) or to have fun reveling in great fashion (for even the most seasoned fashionistas).
The Chriselle Factor
Last but certainly not least, Chriselle of The Chriselle Factor has a light and delicate air to her as if she is a socialite of sorts (the classy kind). Were she born in another time, it wouldn’t be difficult to visualize her sipping an espresso with Audrey Hepburn catching up on life at a Parisian cafe.
Her looks are feminine, strong, modern and sometimes chillingly chic. Fashion-engendered goosebumps aside, her undeniable passion and ability for fashion are inspirational for any fashion fan to follow.