The Best Personal Style Blogs to Read Now
These days, working at a fashion magazine has you reading quite a few style blogs. At Lucky we've always been fans and it seems like everybody on the team is constantly clicking around the web and our community looking for a little style inspiration. Of course, there are thousands of blogs to check out and with that comes a seemingly endless stream of homogenous posts. For a blogger to reallly get through—at least to me—they've got to show me something I haven't seen before. Style that is unique, a site layout that's clean, an appetite for photography and most of all: a discerning eye.
Those 20 minutes we all savor in the morning before the work day gets going are too precious to waste on something that isn't amazing. And with that, let me introduce you to 12 women who are killing it in the style department. Add them to your RSS, follow them on your twitter stream and maybe even take a style tip from them.
Jayne Min is the skateboarding mind behind Stop It Right Now. I have no problem saying that she has the best style I have ever seen on the far reaches of the internet. Plus, she makes fashion skate decks. So there's that.
Humor, it does a body good.
Probably the winningest look from Steph's site to date in my humble opinion. Button-fronts buttoned up to the top win always. Could even go the final step if she wanted but pretty much perfect.
Margie has an eagle-eye for the best plus-size fashion options. She wears loud prints like it's her job, but it all comes together just right.
It's always a pleasure to see Margie adventure through the various phases of blog posing. Don't mess.
If you're on the hunt for good plus-size style tips and options, look no further than Margie's site. She runs game on West Coast style with ease. Definitely worth your time.
Her attention to detail is key.
Pitch-perfect style from the other side of the world, what's not to like?
Bebe Zeva's style is pretty aggressive. She's sort of like a hybrid of Cat Marnell and some Disney villain. And of course, I like to think that's a good thing.
The first thing that caught my eye about Couture Lust was the layout. It bucks the traditional fashion-blog format, which is refreshing. Beyond that, the photography and of course the style are all on-point. Plus, she's from Queens. Queens rules.
For a zen-like experience in style, make sure you check out Couture Lust. It does a mind good.
Apneet Kaur is the mind behind The Fabric Snob. Although she's based in Brooklyn, she's currently blogging from the road and sharing her journey which gives the added bonus of travel and photos.
For those who like to go thrift shopping and admire a sort of boho causal style, this blog should be your homepage. Get into it.
Whoa now. Whoa now. Here is a blog that easily stands on its own. Fresh from the Netherlands and written by Ivania Carpio, Love Aesthetics is like a crisp white sheet in a world of floral bedspreads. In other words, a stark and slightly severe breath of fresh air.
A keen eye for accessories never goes unnoticed.
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