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In first place is award winning men’s fashion blog, Menswear Style, which was created by Craig Landale in 2012. Since its launch, Menswear Style has provided the fashion conscious gent with daily style inspiration and advice encompassing designer trends, up-and-coming brands, and essential high street styles. Presenting menswear fashion news, look-books across a range of styles, accessory and apparel reviews, and grooming and lifestyle advice – it’s no surprise that Menswear Style is one of the leading blogs in its league.
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US-born Emily Johnston created Fashion Foie Gras (FFG) as an accessible place for fashion news and daily trend spotting. Since being founded in 2009, FFG has been widely featured in publications including Vogue, The Huffington Post, Stylist Magazine and Cosmopolitan. Now regarded as one of the most ‘influential voices’ in the fashion industry, Emily continues to provide news on the latest seasonal trends – updating her loyal readers with style and beauty news and reviews, alongside round-ups of her most loved fashion finds.
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3. STYLE BUBBLE
Created back in 2006 by style influencer and creative Susanna Lau (also known as Susie Bubble), Style Bubble remains one of the most widely read and recognised fashion blogs in the world. Since creating the blog to write about her observations of the fashion industry, Susie has attended many high profile events, securing a front row seat at many fashion shows. Providing readers with an intimate window into her personal experiences and bold personal style, Style Bubble is a haven of well thought-out and intellectual opinion posts. Now, after the birth of her first child, we’ll have to wait and see what Susie has in store for us next.
Launched in 2007 by Navaz Batliwalla while she was working as a Fashion Designer at CosmoGirl!, DisneyRollerGirl is a go-to platform for insights on the fashion world, through the eyes of an industry insider. Currently working as a freelance fashion editor and consultant, Navaz uses her blog to share all the things that catch her attention, and emerging fashion trends for women who have a love of masculine-feminine aesthetics.
Chris Beastall created Ape to Gentleman as a place to provide informative and engaging content on men’s fashion, lifestyle and grooming. Empowering the modern man to reveal the ‘true gentleman’ within him, Ape to Gentleman combines reviews of the latest fashion trends and upcoming collections, to show men how they can use fashion and style as a catalyst to enrich their lives. Chris focuses on a variety of subjects ranging from footwear, clothing and underwear, to accessories.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Ape to Gentleman.
Raindrops of Sapphire was created by denim lover and self-proclaimed fashion addict, Lorna Burford, to document her style, and love of using accessories as finishing touches. Skilled with keeping her readers engaged with the quality and detail in each of her posts, Lorna updates her audience with a range of her favourite outfits and styles, including materials like velvet, leather, denim and suede. Raindrops of Sapphire features a variety of outfits, shoes, bags and accessories for everyday wear and special occasions.
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Olivia Purvis created her blog, What Olivia Did, in 2010 as an outlet to share her personal style and fashion hauls with similar minded women. What started out as a fashion blog has developed into a platform for Olivia to share style reviews, beauty tips, recipes, and interviews with women who inspire her. Many of the breath-taking photographs on her blog are taken by her partner Joseph, an avid professional photographer. Olivia shares inspiration from a number of her most loved brands, including ASOS, Miss Selfridge, Zara, & Other Stories and Topshop.
Carrie Santana da Silva (formerly Harwood) launched WISH WISH WISH when she was seventeen years old, to explore and experiment with her personal style, providing readers with updates on what she wore and sharing fashion inspiration through detailed content and beautiful photography. WISH WISH WISH contains Carrie’s style secrets and fashion tips, and is aimed at on-the-go women with a passion for aesthetics. After recently getting married, Carrie also focuses on wedding planning tips, and how to pull off the perfect wedding abroad.
9. Grey Fox
In a bid to fill a vital gap in the market – a menswear blog aimed at older men (40 and above) – David Evans created Grey Fox in 2011. When fashion insiders were obsessing over producing ranges and content aimed at millennials and the younger generation, David identified that for men over 40, it can be difficult to decide how to dress and what they should be wearing. Grey Fox proves that older men can pull off a variety of fashionable looks – both casual and formal, while promoting British brand and manufacturers, such as Kempadoo Millar, Johnstons of Elgin and Farlows.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Grey Fox.
New to our blog ranking is Not Dressed as Lamb by Catherine Summers. Created as a side project to document her personal style in the lead up to her forties, Not Dressed as Lamb has now become an outlet to oppose the idea that women of a certain age (40 and above) have to dress a particular way. Catherine decided to show that no matter what age you are, you can still pull off fashionable trends and style. Not Dressed as Lamb provides outfit ideas and tips, bold colours and patterns, and beauty and accessory advice.
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13. Forever Amber
14. THE FRUGALITY
15. FASHION ME NOW
16. glam and glitter
18. Retro Chick
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