The Top 10 Kids Fashion and Lifestyle Blog ranking was last updated 17/08/2016.
Serving as a gateway into the fashion, design and lifestyle of Northern Europe is Little Scandinavian. Authored by Bianca Wessel, who divides her time between living in London and rural Norway, Little Scandinavian showcases Nordic culture in all its glory, ranging from fashion to design, and highlighting the season’s trends, labels and latest must-haves across the globe.
Currently working as the fashion editor at Family Traveller Magazine, Linda McLean used her in-depth knowledge to create SMUDGETIKKA, a blog that offers a comprehensive look at the hottest designer labels, current trends, art, and décor. Self-professed fashionista, Linda decided to move into kids fashion because she “finds the little ones so much more fun”.
3. TINY TIMES
TINY TIMES is a baby and kids fashion blog, created by an in-house team comprising stylists, fashion editors, and content marketers at the family-run luxury retailer, children salon. The blog documents the latest news and trends, seasonal advice and ideas to keep kids busy at home.
4. JUNIOR STYLE
Junior Style was founded by Romaine Coonghe and has evolved throughout the years. Now one of the leading childrens fashion blogs and online destination for independent kid’s fashion globally, it is Romaine’s mission to raise the visibility of the best emerging childrenswear brands in the world, connecting them to a community of caregivers, children’s lifestyle influencers and consumers.
In 2004, LittleStuff was created by mother of four, Laura Hitchcock, to document her journey through parenthood. Aimed at busy parents, the blog features product reviews, competitions, family travel ideas and tips for home décor.
The BABYCCINO blog was created by long-time friends Emilie, Esther and Courtney as a way to remain in touch and update one another on their parenting discoveries and tips, after relocating across Europe. Due to the success of the blog, in 2011 an online shopping portal was introduced, featuring independent children’s brands and boutiques. Now joined by global team members, BABYCCINO continues to advise modern mums about kids and maternity fashion, style, parenting, travel, and fun.
Bex created The Mummy Adventure to keep a visual diary of her escapades with her four children and partner. As a result of having a bountiful bundle of young kids, Bex has learnt to colour coordinate to make it easier while doing head counts. Using her experience as a mother as a source of inspiration, Bex covers a broad spectrum of children’s fashion as well as maternity style, family travel ideas, pushchair reviews, pregnancy essentials and other advice acquired through motherhood.
8. CHALK KIDS
Steph is the founder and contributing editor of CHALK KIDS, a blog established in 2014 and dedicated to young and style-conscious families. After the birth of her first child, Steph developed an interest in unique kids’ brands, inspiring her to create a platform for other young parents. CHALK KIDS is now penned by Steph and eight other creatives who focus on lifestyle, interior design, beauty, food, DIY and crafts.
Mummy in the City was launched in 2012 by London-based Tine Farstad as she eagerly waited for the arrival of her first baby. The blog follows the adventures of a London mum, mostly running around in Chelsea, Fulham, South Kensington and Battersea with her pre-schooler and toddler. Mummy in the City covers things to do in London, pregnancy and parenthood tips, reader offers, family travel and fashion advice.
10. SCANDI MINI
Founded in 2011 by Gabrielle Spang, Scandi Mini is targeted at parents who are looking for individual designs that are not available on the high street. Much to their readers’ delight, the blog features announcements about the latest collections, designers, beautifully crafted photos, and events.
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these kids fashion and lifestyle blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.