Fashion allows you to express yourself, it turns your wardrobe into a canvas, and your different attires in their many colours and shades are your paint strokes.
Like art, it is also timely. The modes of expression change with time, and like every seasoned artist, you must ride the wave and go with the tides and trends. Although this is easier said than done as the fashion world is in a constant state of flux.
You are probably wondering how difficult it can be to keep track of these many changes. I mean, you do have an internet-ready mobile phone, tablet or personal computer at the ready. But there is a big difference between knowing what to look for and where to look.
This piece compiles all the ‘WHERES’ to get your WEARS.
The fashion blogs and websites listed below have everything from your beautiful Sequin dresses to everyday casual wear.
Let’s jump right in!
7 Latest Fashion Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2021
1. Atlantic Pacific
Blair Eadie created the Atlantic Pacific. With a resume that boasts collaborations with brands like Ralph Lauren, Zara, J.Crew, Sephora, Target and Gucci, you know she has to be doing something very right.
She came into the industry before going solo and has been one of the voices of street fashion since 2010. Her website treats you to trendy patterns, exciting colours and colour combinations that can help you when next you hit the mall.
2. Egg Canvas
Egg Canvas was launched in 2014 by New York based design director and photographer Eric Choi. She is also the founder of SUPEREGG, a skin-care line that’s vegan, clean and cruelty-free. Egg Canvas has partnered with brands like Mercedes Benz, Google, Grey Goose, Cartier, Prada, and the Four Seasons hotels.
This visual blog shares articles on food, beauty routines, product reviews, skin care product reviews and, importantly, fashion.
3. The Fashion Guitar
Charlotte Groeneveld-Van Haren worked with several fashion blogs before creating her own, the Fashion Guitar. This blog is one to keep an eye out for if you are a mother or soon to be. Being a mother herself, Charlotte can create fashion content that is just right for mothers.
The content on her blog ranges from beauty posts, editorial shoots, outfits, travel, brand collaborations and Mamma fashion.
4. Harper & Harley
Harper & Harley was launched in 2008 by Sara Crampton. The Australian has spent about a decade in the social blogging spectrum and is considered an expert and one of the many pioneering style bloggers.
Harper & Harley have worked with brands like Uniqlo, Jaguar, Nike, and Gucci, to name a few. The brand stands out with its timeless outfits as a result of its signature minimalist looks and designs.
Bookmark Harper & Harley on your browser if you are a fan of minimalist attires or looking to transition.
5. Hello Fashion
With a name like ‘Hello Fashion’, you are sure you are in the right place for up to date fashion information. It was launched in 2011 to give family, life, beauty, travel and fashion advice.
The content on the Hello Fashion website include but are not limited to the following:
- Cloth patterns
- Formal wear
- Season Fashion
- Product Reviews
6. Chronicles of Her
One thing that stands out about this website is the attention to detail and its catchy visuals. Chronicles of Her was launched in 2011 by Carmen Hilton and is the everyday go-to for women for anything lifestyle related.
The website has a team of professionals that allow women worldwide to have access to curated content on the go. Chronicles of Her educate followers on tips and tricks to help them take their fashion and beauty game up a notch.
7. The Daileigh
When you check out ‘The Daileigh’, the words you are met with are ‘Where Fashion Gets Easy.’ And that is precisely what Ashleigh Hutchinson had in mind when she created this website.
The Daileigh guides women between the ages of 20 and 70 and helps them create a unique, trendy wardrobe that suits their style. The many ‘How to’ articles on her website are fun, entertaining and informational.
Now you know where to find inspiration for your next shopping spree. You know where to go if you are stuck or unsure of ways to style that new piece of clothing you just purchased.
You would not have to worry about combing the internet only to be met with outdated info. You have everything you would need on the blogs and websites listed here.