The idea of Fashion blogs was tossed around since the early 2000s. Today, blogging is a whole new game. While fashion blogs are at an all-time high, one can’t ignore the fact that social media platforms remain the single largest forum to redirect traffic towards fashion blogs. It has made our lives comfortable and easy. Sometimes it can be overwhelming too, to see every second fashion blogger with thousands and millions of likes and the stuff they have to offer. Several fashion bloggers manage to stand out despite all of it. Check the list of famous international female fashion bloggers. If being updated about fashion trends is your thing then you need to follow them.
· Jessica Wang is an Asian American blogger – digital style expert from New York. She has a fan base of more than a million. Her design aesthetics are breathtaking, path-breaking, and fulfilling. It’s a terrific combination and precisely what fashion influencers need to be. From breaking stereotypes, challenging fashion trends, and merging high end fashion with luxury fashion, Jessica Wang is a fashion blogger-influencer in the real sense.
· Danielle Bernstein ‘We Wore What’ has an interesting approach that focuses on style, fashion, and just that. Her posts are often full angle shots, without any close angle pictures. She believes that she loves fashion, so everything else can take a backseat. She wants her followers to focus on her outfits and it brings an excellent perspective to the table. With over a million followers that get a dose of everyday outfits, she is an unstoppable force.
· Leandra Medine is an American author, fashion blogger and a content writer. Her blog ‘Man Repeller’ is a quirky yet rooted and honest place that talks about everything women love, and men hate. She has the ability to blend high-street fashion and give it a comedic aesthetic to show that you don’t have to take everything seriously. She started this blog with a bunch of others that align with her ideas. It is a blog that is more about a team ringing in millions of monthly views rather than just one woman sharing her personal style. Check the blog, and you’d know.
· Claire Goldsworthy is famous for her Instagram handle as well as the fashion blog, The Fashion Advocate. She is a true manifestation of that. The Australian fashion blogger is not a typical run off the mill pulling off latest-trends-blogger. Her style diary is her blog which got her thinking about the fast-moving fashion and how we have forgotten the art of consuming products with values and ethics. She interviews, associates, and encourages fashion brands with an ethical and moral binding rather than just the highs of fast fashion that become obsolete. Check her blog.
· Lynn Slater started the ‘Accidental Icon’ because of the dearth of fashion blogs catering to the needs of women over the 50s, 60s and beyond. With snow-white coiffed hair, this sixty-something grandmother is living it all up and raising bars and breaking barriers for all the right reasons. Floral kimonos, flaming hot oversized sunglasses, and a contagious fashion sense, Lyn Slater believes and shows us again that ‘age is just a variable.’ Her 400,000 and growing fan club couldn’t be more grateful.
· Wendy Nguyen, a petite blogger inspires women in more ways than one. She is a fashion blogger with a passion for people, art, culture, and music. Wendy is a blogger, content creator, and a juvenile justice advocate who is passionately working to help foster children, because she understands the struggle, for she has been one. From moving foster homes to graduating from UCLA, Berkeley in Psychology, to being a blogger, she is indeed an inspiration. She believes that women can rope it all together and make fashion statements that replicate it all. Check her blog for much-needed inspiration.
· One of the most renowned names in fashion blogging, Chiara Ferragni is the voice behind The Blonde Salad. She started her blog in the year 2009 to share her personal inspiration. It has since grown into a brand worth $8 million. Similar to other fashion bloggers who pursued larger business ventures, Chiara launched her shoe line, Chiara Ferragni Collection. Her @theblondesalad account acts as a visual pinboard of her personal style, showcasing lifestyle, travel, and fashion trends. The Italian blogger is the face of Lancôme and Pantene.
· Gabi Gregg set off on this journey to tackle the infuriating gap for plus size women. She started with a blog about a decade ago to show and pave a path that promotes body positivity while being stylish, vibrant, and colorful. Her outfits are full of life and so are her clothing line Premme, which caters to plus sizes. She brought ‘the fatkini’, by collaborating with ‘Playful Promises’ and ‘Swimsuits’, and showed the world how it’s done. We need more women like her.