Last updated: 28/03/18.
Moving up from second place, Silverspoon London is the new number one in the London Lifestyle ranking. Angie’s blog follows her round the glorious city as she reviews new or favourite restaurants, experiences and everything luxury from the capital of the world. Angie also travels further afield, travelling the globe and reporting on the beautiful hotels and restaurants she visits along the way. Silverspoon London is a true icon of the London blogging scene and continues to entertain a massive audience.
Find out more about Angie Silver, author of Silverspoon London, in our blogger spotlight.
2. Poppy Loves
Whether you’re looking for a fresh idea of how to spend your weekend in the capital, recipe inspiration or fashion advice, you’ll find it all here on Poppy’s blog, Poppy Loves. Poppy reviews cafés, restaurants, hotels and pop-up boutiques in London, through fun and informative posts. Poppy recently announced that she’s expecting a little one (congratulations!), so she’ll be sharing her experience of being pregnant in the city while also undertaking some serious renovation work at the same time!
Sasha Wilkins, the woman behind Liberty London Girl, has transformed her lifestyle blog into an international brand and digital consultancy. Founded back in 2006, Sasha was at the forefront on lifestyle blogging, and for the first three years wrote the blog anonymously. Since coming out as the face behind the Liberty London Girl, Sasha has been twice named as one of London’s Most Influential People on The Evening Standard’s Power1000 List. Liberty London Girl covers everything from events, travel and fashion to beauty and plenty of recipes. Her favourites featured in her first cookbook, Friends, Food, Family: Secrets & Recipes from Liberty London Girl.
Self-confessed beauty addict, Paula, started The LDN Diaries back in 2012 as a bit of fun. Fast forward six years and it’s now one of the top UK lifestyle blogs, co-authored by Paula and her partner Danny. Jumping two places up our London Lifestyle blogger rankings, The LDN Diaries is a must-read for anyone wanting to get the most out of London, whether that’s the best place for pizza or the top things to do in the capital.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Paula Holmes, author of The LDN Diaries
Well-travelled, freelance marketing consultant, Fiona Maclean, created London Unattached as a way to understand social media. As a born and bred Londoner, Fiona shares her insider knowledge of places you won’t want to miss, whether it’s a new restaurant, West End show or where to stay. Fiona’s love of travel shines through London Unattached, with multiple travel posts from around the world.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Fiona Maclean, author of London Unattached.
Combining their love of London and interior design, Homegirl London gives tips and advice for anyone looking for inspiration when it comes to furnishing their home. You’ll also find reviews and recommendations for furniture shops, from independent stores to local flea markets where you can pick up a bargain. If you’ve worked up an appetite giving your home a makeover, Homegirl London shares her favourite places to grab a drink or have a bite to eat too.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Homegirl London.
Climbing the rankings is Heroine in Heels, started by Laura as a university past time, the blog now turned into a second job. After Laura moved from the North to the big city, Heroine in Heels has come into its own with regular blogs and vlogs about fashion and reviews of top London restaurants and hotels. Whether she’s exploring the city or further afield, travel is one of Laura’s great passions and she often posts about her adventures.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Laura Hyatt, author of Heroine in heels.
Tania started The London Thing as a way to share her insider knowledge about the city and to tell as many people as possible about the cool things taking place. Blogging about the hottest brunch spots and the best places for afternoon tea, The London Thing gives more information than any guide book ever could. Tania also shares her fashion and beauty tips, including how to survive London Fashion Week and her must have beauty buys.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Tania Bunic, author of The London Thing.
9. Lela London
Lela London is the creation of half-British, half-American blogger, Lela, who is passionate about food, travel and fashion. Lighthearted and fun, Lela London explores London in its entirety, from new restaurants opening around the city (L’ami Malo is definitely now on our list of places to go!) to embracing her inner child at Ballie Ballerson in Shoreditch. Lela London is certainly making waves in the blogging world, featuring in The Huffington Post, LA Times and Company Magazine.
10. Mini Adventures
Pop punk and pizza enthusiast, Milly, is the creator of Mini Adventures. Originally from a small seaside town, she made her way to London back in 2012 and hasn’t looked back. With a mission to bring the fun back into life and getting out into the city, Mini Adventures was created. Recommending the best places to pick up some tasty food or meet friends for a drink, Mini Adventures is a blog to bookmark if you’re new to the city (or not!).
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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.