Last updated: 10/05/17.
1. Poppy Loves
Covering topics such as food, fashion, beauty, design, hotels and travels, Poppy Loves offers a lively take on life in London. The author, who goes by the same name as the blog, uses her site to provide reviews of cafes, events, boutiques, markets, and to uncover some of London’s hidden gems.
Previously featured in our Top 10 Luxury Travel Blog Ranking last month, Angie’s blog has also made it into our London lifestyle ranking. As well as featuring Angie’s trips abroad, her blog also reveals hidden hot spots in London like the narrow enclaves of Soho, enjoying brunch at Aqua Kyoto and having facials at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Liberty London Girl was founded by Style journalist, editor and broadcaster Sasha Wilkins. As a former Wall Street Journal executive, Ms Wilkins has been described by The Financial Times as one of the blogosphere’s most authoritative voices. Set up in 2006, Liberty London Girl Sasha authored the blog anonymously before outing herself in a feature interview in Grazia. Using her broad knowledge, Sasha uses her blog to cover diverse topics ranging from architecture, motoring, food, beauty, travel, beauty, travel, fashion and philanthropy.
Homegirl London blog specialises in lifestyle and interior design. For those looking for ideas on how to decorate their home in style, Homegirl London provides useful tips on furniture stores in London as well as posting about other activities, from restaurants and interior design trends, to the things she likes to get up to when she is in hipster hotspot Haggerston.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Homegirl London.
Fiona Maclean is an award-winning freelance marketing consultant, writer and the author of London Unattached. Having been born in London, Fiona uses her extensive knowledge of the city to cover its rich heritage and culture, and events taking place in the capital. The blog also includes an extensive London restaurant guide, based on areas of the city.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Fiona Maclean, author of London Unattached.
Authored by 30-something couple Paula Holmes and Danny Denhard, The LDN Diaries is an award-winning UK lifestyle blog catering to those who want to discover the best of what London has to offer. Using their vast knowledge and expertise, both Paula and Danny inform their readers about the latest fashion, beauty trends, recommendations on where to eat out and the best arts venues to visit in London.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Paula Holmes, author of The LDN Diaries
7. Lela London
Featured in Marie Claire, The LA Times, and The Telegraph, Lela London has made a name for herself in the blogosphere. The half-British, half-American blogger uses her platform to share her colourful life in London, from regular outings to Stratford’s East Village, eating out at restaurants like Chi Kitchen, and exploring London on her scooter or by foot.
Tania Bunic is one cool chick! With a strong sense of her own personal style, Tania effortlessly oozes swag. For those wanting to look stylish and on-trend, The London Thing offers vital fashion and beauty tips. However, Tania is far from being a one-trick pony; she also uses her blog to share her experiences of picturesque London landmarks such as Big Ben and cafes in and around the city.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Tania Bunic, author of The London Thing.
Originally from a small seaside town, Milly now lives in East London. Milly decided to create Mini Adventures because she wanted to inspire people to get out of their comfort zones and explore the city more. When she is not working as a marketing and social media exec in the travel industry, Milly is blogging about hotspots such as San Marino, having breakfast at Chi Kitchen, and climbing to the top of the o2.
10. Heroine in heels
What started as a pastime at university quickly turned into a full-time job for twenty-five-year-old blogger Laura Hyatt, the author of Heroine in heels. Mancunian- turned Londoner, Laura uses her blog to document her adventures in London, via swanky bars, spas, intercontinental restaurants, and the capital’s most exclusive hotels.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Laura Hyatt, author of Heroine in heels.
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 London Lifestyle blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.