Best Blogs: Top Fashion Blogs To Follow This Year
It is evident that fashion bloggers have become one of the biggest phenomenon’s in fashion during the last decade. Bloggers are seen as influencers, or ambassadors of brands while collaborating and advertising to the fashion buyers. In a society so warped around social media, it is clairvoyant that fashion bloggers are the powerhouse of all things image, and that is why these popular blogs have become multimillionaire businesses.
The world of blogging is a lot bigger than one would think. It is easy to keep up with trends and find outfit posts through social media, but it’s the bloggers who are actually creating the trends and influencing the people who are creating the actual clothes. Even since 2013, blogging has become substantially more popular, and social media is now one of the best places to advertise a brand. Since blogging is the biggest and most common form of fashion in one’s everyday life, we have compiled a list of this year’s top fashion bloggers and Instagrams to follow!
1Chiara Ferragni – The Blonde Salad
With more than 5.6 Instagram followers, Chiara Ferragni has become the highest paid blogger of 2016. She is based in Los Angeles, and her website the blondesalad.com, has been able to move a lot of product in the US. Her latest project is her shoe line: Chiara Ferragni Collection. It is sold at over 300 retailers worldwide and earned her $10 million last year. She is now set to open her own store in Milan, and became a global ambassador of Pantene. She also managed to appear in over 25 international magazines.
Chiara started her blog in 2009, and by 2011 New York Magazine named her “One of the biggest breakout street-style stars of the year.” Ferragni’s prior fashion design collaborations have included work with Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Max Mara, Chanel, Tommy Hilfiger, J Brand and Seven for All Mankind.
2Julie Sariñana – Sincerely Jules
Another LA-based fashion blogger who has made an impression on the fashion industry is Julie Sariñana. She began her blog in 2009, and now has 3.4 million instagram followers. She also became very popular on Pinterest, and designed her own line of T-Shirts with cute quotes and fashion forward sayings. Julie posts all things creativity and inspiration ranging from makeup trends, fashion trends and quotes to live by.
Started off as a freelance fashion stylist, Julie has now been featured in Glamour.com, Elle.com, E! News, Lucky Magazine, Teen Vogue and Cosmopolitan Latina.
3Nicole Warne – Gary Pepper Girl
From Sydney Australia, Nicole Warne first launched Gary Pepper Girl in 2009. It started off as a vintage-finds e-commerce site and she would sell, model and write. In 2011, she turned her website into a blog and scored covers for Lucky, Elle Australia, Nylon and Net-A-Porter’s the Edit. She has also collaborated with brands like Chanel, Valentino and Chopard.
4Jessica Stein – Tuula Vintage
Also from Sydney, Jessica Stein has a total of 2.2 million Instagram followers, and 1.1 million Facebook followers. Always travelling, she posts pictures that focus on all things fashion, culture and travel. Jessica is the perfect blogger that showcases a wide-range of all inspiration and outlook on different parts of the world- and its fashion of course.
5Danielle Bernstein – We Wore What
Danielle Bernstein told Harper’s Bazaar last year that she could make up to $15,000 for a single Instagram post…
Now she has 1.4 million followers and has collaborated with Nike and Amazon Fashion. She started her blog in New York after graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Now, Danielle is frequently posting about all things fashion news and keeping up with the latest & greatest trends.
6Pernille Teisbæk – The You Way
Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pernille Teisbæk started her fashion career 10 years ago – working both in front of and behind the camera. As Fashion Director for Danish Magazine ALT for Damerne and later Fashion Editor at Eurowoman, Pernille made a strong fashion profile and knowledge, but after several years she started her blog in 2012. The blog quickly became her full-time job together with being fashion expert at Denmarks largest TV-network “Go’morgen Danmark”. Now Pernille works as full-time stylist, blogger and fashion influencer, teaming up with a large variety of brands worldwide.
7Camille Charriere – Camille Over the Rainbow
Camille Charriere, who grew up in Paris, then moved to London to pursue a career in law and finance, founded Camille over the Rainbow. She then worked with both NET-A-PORTER and Matchesfashion.com, before going freelance. The blog, which opened in 2010 and since launched across multiple social media platforms, Camille has collaborated with brands from H&M and Chloe to Acne Studios, and has been featured by Style.com, VOGUE, ELLE and the Wall Street Journal, among many.
8Leandra Medine – Man Repeller
Leandra Medine differs from the average fashion blogger mainly because of her unique sense of humor. Her big catch phrase focuses of how most fashion is ironically “man-repelling,” giving her website a certain attitude that is addicting.
Iconic style icon for girls with curves; Nadia Aboulhosn’s confidence is what makes her blog so loveable. Her “be who you are” persona is refreshing, and her blog promotes all things positivity and freedom to wear all fashion. Since the start of her blog, Nadia has also collaborated with American Apparel and Boohoo.
10Natalie Hartley – Natalie Hartley Wears…
Brazilian born, now London based, street-style guru Natalie Hartley also happens to be the fashion director at Glamour UK. Mixing her job with her passion, Natalie manages to incorporate fun and certain calmness to the fast world of fashion, and holds a certain playful reputation.
11Aimee Song – Song of Style
First starting off as an interior designer, Aimee Song started her blog in 2008 in Los Angeles. Since then, she has become a blogging star and Internet sensation. Known for her Californian style, Aimee’s posts are all things travel, style and of course interior design inspiration.
12Ella Catliff – La Petite Anglaise
Model and now fashion blogger, Ella Catliff, has opened a blog that posts about her jet-setting lifestyle and thoughts since 2010. Her chic style is nevertheless unrecognizable, and her inspiration has received praise from both powerhouse brands; Louis Vuitton and Mulberry.
13Shini Park – Park & Cube
Born in Seoul, Shini Park is now a London-based writer behind the popular blog, Park & Cube. She is known to cover London Fashion Week and happens to post a couple irresistible food & fashion posts. She also is a trained photographer, so her images are very beautiful.
Helena Bordon is a Brazilian Digital Influencer. Known to be front row at merely every international fashion week, she has developed a popular website that send buzz all-throughout the fashion community. Her blog is a mix of all things fashion, style and beauty tips.
15Lucy Williams – Fashion Me Now
Lucy Williams was the Fashion Editor as Trend Forecaster, and now that she moved onto blogging, her photos have reached a high praise on Instagram. She shares her personal style and photo diaries on the daily.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our popular fashion blogs to follow list in 2016!