The Top 10 Women’s Fashion ranking was last updated 07/09/2016.
1. STYLE BUBBLE
STYLE BUBBLE was created in 2006 by Susanna Lau (also known as Susie Bubble) to document her thoughts and observations on fashion. It has now grown to become one of the most widely read and recognised fashion blogs, followed by top designers including Christopher Kane and Nanette Lepore. What started as an act of rebellion has developed into a serious passion for fashion, allowing Susie to write for publications including Elle, The Daily Rubbish and Dazed Digital.
WISH WISH WISH by Carrie Santana da Silva explores her personal style, giving updates on what she wore on her travels and sharing her fashion inspiration. Providing insight into the places she’s visited, including spots around the UK, Europe, USA, Scandinavia, Asia and Africa, Carrie’s posts often include striking photography. Besides from fashion, WISH WISH WISH also features tantalising food and beauty tips.
Coco’s Tea Party is a lifestyle and fashion blog launched by former journalism student Ella Gregory in 2006. The blog is dedicated to sharing “attainable style inspiration” with fashion-savvy young professionals. Ella will be expanding her brand into the e-book market, following the release of her first ever book 10 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Blogging at the end of this month.
Fashion Foie Gras was founded in 2009 to make fashion news more accessible on a daily basis. Editor Emily Johnston has contributed to several publications including The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan and Stylist Magazine. Fashion Foie Gras provides regular style updates from Emily, as she personalises the latest seasonal trends, from styling sneakers with floral dresses to pairing rock t-shirts with luxury Marina Rinaldi jackets.
5. In the frow
In the frow was established by Victoria Magrath in 2012 while studying for her Fashion PhD and working as a fashion marketing lecturer to provide insight into her favourite designer labels and style diary. The award winning blog offers the latest news and advice on not only fashion, but also lifestyle, beauty, travel and food. Victoria also has a successful vlog, which recently reached 500,000 subscribers.
Disneyrollergirl was launched in 2007 by freelance fashion editor Navaz Batliwalla while she was working as Fashion Director at CosmoGirl! Having started as an anonymous fashion blog to share opinions, the blog has evolved into a platform for observational insights into the world of fashion through the eyes of an industry insider. Disneyrollergirl features fashion, beauty, emerging trends and industry photo shoots, presenting new styles based on her personal taste.
New to our top 10 fashion rankings is award-winning What Olivia Did…, which was created in 2010 and has now grown into an outlet to record Olivia Purvis’ personal style, recipes, travel, music, beauty and interviews with inspirational women. Armed with enough sunglasses, bags and shoes to last a lifetime, What Olivia Did… shares seasonal outfit inspiration from a range of brands including Michael Kors, ASOS, Next, M&S, Topshop, Wildfox and more.
London-based Model Ella Catliff started fashion, lifestyle and beauty blog La Petite Anglaise in 2010 as an outlet to display high-end fashion collections and must-haves. Regularly featured in top fashion publications including Vogue, New York Magazine and Grazia, Ella uses her blog to share photos from her fashion shoots, coverage of fashion week, and interviews with leading industry insiders.
After founding three blogs and being the former editor of DenimBlog.co.uk, Lorna Burford decided to create Raindrops of Sapphire to document her personal style, showcase fashion outfits, designer shoes, designer bags, accessories and love of denim. Skilled at keeping her readers engaged, Lorna regularly updates her followers on new purchases, style look-books, and provides new product reviews for everyday wear.
10. Forever Amber
Full-time journalist-turned-blogger Amber McNaught provides a window into what she wears and advice on how to earn money blogging through her blog Forever Amber. Offering a daily dose of fashion advice and style inspiration, Amber proves that there is definitely more than one way to wear the same fashion gem in her “ways to wear” posts, helping readers stretch and disguise the limits of their wardrobe to get the most out of purchases.
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 women’s fashion blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.