Couture Carrie Get the scoop on all the latest runway trends and some solid style advice from this image-heavy fashion blog. Catherine Critton is a trend-spotter extraordinaire and shares her latest finds daily in a fun and breezy voice. Her main focus is on how to bring runway style into your closet with smart shopping tips, and she has a keen eye for both what to wear - and how to wear it.
Go Fug Yourself Setting a new standard in snark, Go Fug Yourself routinely rips into the fashion missteps of celebrities and socialites with vicious glee. The authors, Heather and Jessica, who also pen a column called "New York Fugging City" for New York magazine's website, have an impeccable sense of humor and knack for spot-on extended metaphors. The blog is not exclusively critical though; the two still give credit when credit is due with their "Well Played" posts.
The Sartorialist Almost too obvious to list, but far too venerable to exclude, The Sartorialist, Scott Schuman, travels the globe and posts pictures of impeccably dressed people who cross his path along the way. Minimal or no text, just crisp, beautiful images; it's truly an endless source of fashion inspiration. The Sartorialist has become a fashion phenomenon, and though Schuman's expertise is often included in publications such as Esquire, GQ, and international Vogues, he has never neglected the blog that started it all.
Stiletto Jungle Scribed by a young attorney, Stiletto Jungle aims to address the paradox that often once someone is making good money at work, they no longer have time to shop and keep up on trends. The result is a frequently updated and practical blog with fashion news, trends, product reviews, contests, and lots of online coupon codes and sale alerts.
I'm Not Obsessed Though technically a celebrity-oriented blog, I'm Not Obsessed frequently includes "Fashion Finds," where they recreate a starlet's ensemble on a shoestring budget (seriously—almost always less than $300, including shoes and accessories!). You can skip the celebrity news and gossip and go straight to Fashion Finds.
Dream Sequins Deanne Yee began her style-savvy, must-read blog in 2008 as a way to keep busy between freelance fashion writing jobs, but quickly fell in love with sharing her fashion finds online. Reading her blog is like having your own personal fashion consultant on speed dial (or a BFF with fabulous fashion sense), and her posts are both informative and fun to read.
Hot Cake Fashion Started in 2008 as a means of keeping friends and family updated on her travels through Asia and foray into fashion design, Hot Cake Fashion has morphed into a place where Alice Rooslien shares her take on the latest trends, style inspiration and all the gorgeous things she wants. Her writing is often personal, giving us a glimpse not only into her closet (or at least what she would like to have in her closet) but also her life and everything she loves.
Cafe Fashionista Erika Sorocco's unbridled enthusiasm for fashion comes across in her well-written and fun-to-read posts. From trendspotting and style steals to giveaways and must-haves of the moment, Sorocco delivers fashion-forward content in a bright, airy package and friendly tone.
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