Last Updated 17/02/2016.
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1. Style Bubble
Reclaiming the number 1 spot on our fashion ranking is Susie Lau’s blog Style Bubble.
Launched in 2006 Style Bubble has become one of the most successful and widely recognised fashioned blogs. Susie gives readers an intimate insight into her personal experiences and observations on the fashion industry with a focus on spotlighting young and unknown talent.
Known for her informed and educated take on the latest fashion trends, Susie Lau is a well respected figure and is often seated at the front row of Fashion Week sitting with the likes of Anna Wintour.
Carrie Harwood is a self-professed country girl who traded life in the sticks for the street glam of London. Carrie describes her blog as her diary, a space in which she can share her style secrets and shopping tips. Carrie started the blog 7 years ago when she was just 17 and has used it to document her stylistic evolution into a chic young woman.
The first men’s fashion blog in our ranking is Menswear Style, providing tips and advice to the discerning man looking for style advice. The blog has grown from its humble beginnings in 2012 to a publication with global reach, boasting of a team of writers from every fashionable corner of the world.
Originally from Finland, Sandra Hagelstam has become a London fashionista. For Sandra fashion isn’t just about what’s trendy – it’s a way of life. On her high-fashion blog 5 Inch and Up, Sandra talks about her love of stilettos, designer handbags, and jewellery. Not content with just being a blogger the London College of Fashion graduate has also worked with River Island to create her own footwear collection.
With nearly half of million followers on Instagram Sarah Ashcroft has established herself as a leading influencer on social media. Sarah started her blog That Pommie Girl as a bit of fun while looking for a job in Fashion PR but now it’s her full-time job. Although her blog has a very glossy look, she describes her style as high-street fashion and uses her blog to share her tips on trendy but affordable clothing.
Ella Catliff has made quite a name for herself on the London fashion scene. Since its launch in 2010, Ella’s blog La Petite Anglaise has become an essential fashion guide, featuring all the latest designs and trends. However Ella’s influence extends far beyond her blog. She frequently collaborates with high end brands such as Chanel, Dior Beauty, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry, and H&M, while she models for Storm. Ella also sits on the British Fashion Council’s Blogger Advisory Panel making her a leading authority within the fashion blogosphere.
Camille Charrière is a half French, half English fashion and author of Camille Over the Rainbow. Having grown up in Paris, Camille originally studied to become a barrister but soon decided that it was not the right path for her. Drawn towards the fashion world, she set up her blog and soon after was catapulted into mainstream success. Enamored by her hip sleek style Camille captured the eyes of leading fashion titles and has been featured in the likes of Vogue, W Magazine, Style.com, and the London Evening Standard Magazine.
Launched in 2009, The Daily Street blog is a fashion blog tailored to men who love all things streetwear. For the urban man this blog is this number one resource, not just for style, but also for a streetwise take on music and art. Founded by Adam Scotland, Alex Synamatix, and Jamie Szulc The Daily Street is well established as one of the leading fashion blogs for men.
If there was an award for best dressed blogger Matthew Zorpas would probably win. As the name of his blog would suggest, Matthew lives up to his name as one of London’s most dapper gents. His clothes are always handsomely tailored and seamlessly put together which has made him a style guru. The Gentleman Blogger is not just a fashion blog it is an exploration about what it means to be a gentleman in the 21st century.
The Fashion Police was set up by journalist-turned-blogger Amber McNaught in 2006. Unlike many fashion blogs The Fashion Police is tailored to those people who don’t follow trends, but still want to look stylish. Dedicated to fighting crimes of fashion The Fashion Police helps people to find stylish solutions to their wardrobe dilemmas.
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15. WEARING IT TODAY
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Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these Fashion Blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.
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