Last updated 07/02/2024
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Still sitting up front in our ranking of top fashion bloggers in the UK is Victoria Magrath, whose blog Inthefrow continues to help her readers raise the style stakes. Fashionistas from around the world have flocked to Inthefrow since its launch in 2012, reading about beauty, lifestyle, and travel alongside fashion news. Victoria knows her subject inside and out, having achieved a PhD in Fashion, and racking up numerous brand partnerships and industry accolades over the last 12 years.
Followers of fashion are also still paying close attention to MENSWEAR STYLE, where Craig Landale covers lifestyle, style, and grooming. If what’s trending on the catwalk isn’t quite your thing for day-to-day wear, check out Craig’s Street Gallery, split into casual and formal wear, for daily fits. For what’s fashionable now, read up on this year’s coolest stuff so far, and which staples are worth stocking up on for Winter. According to this blog, it’s time to whip out your duffel or peacoat from the wardrobe.
Rolling back into our fashion ranking is Navaz Batliwalla, who started the DISNEYROLLERGIRL blog back in 2007. While the world has moved on from that year’s silver leggings, neon, and slogan t-shirt trends (for now, at least), low-rise jeans are back in for 2024. Hated it the first time? Navaz has plenty of other fashion highlights from the big brands and the highstreet. Read up on what’s happening at Bottega Veneta for Summer 24 and which scents are coming to your bathroom shelves soon.
Moving up a spot in the ranking this year is Ape To Gentleman, where blogger Chris Beastall has been tracking the evolution of fashion since 2009. Before picking your wardrobe for the upcoming season, sort out what you’ll be dressing for by reading recent posts on hobbies to take up in 2024 and healthy habits to start on the weekend. Next, pick from the best winter coats available to buy while the weather is still on the cold side, and take note of Chris’s eight recommendations for refreshing your wardrobe.
Offering the stylish and not-so-stylish-but-ready-to-learn a ‘grown-up guide to great style’ is Alyson Walsh with That’s Not My Age. This blogger started in 2008 with the aim to ‘celebrate midlife and beyond’ by sharing expert advice, style tips, interviews, and podcasts, alongside calling out ageism and sexism. ‘Looking good is not about buying loads of new stuff but spending time figuring out what makes you feel chic and comfortable and confident,’ believes Alyson – find what works for you here and in her book ‘Know Your Style’.
Moving up from the number 8 spot is LDNfashion, curating ‘the very best in fashion content’ from the UK’s capital. Londoners, and upcoming visitors, can find news of future sample sales, fashion news, features, and interviews from those in the industry. Designer handbag fans can check out the 2024 sales coming up from Bonhams, and Christopher Kane and cashmere devotees can find out where to stock up. For those who want to look and feel good while cycling, too, the blog just happens to have advice on this (even spandex can be styled well).
‘Make sure you always have your fingers on that fashion pulse’ with Monikh Dale’s eponymous blog MONIKH. Scrolling TikTok for style inspiration takes time, so this influencer is here to help with a distillation of everything trending on social media, and on the streets, when it comes to fashion. Get ideas from Monikh’s regular Sunday16 compilations, featuring the 16 best fashion pieces to hit the web each week, covering a range of budgets and aesthetics. And if you’re in need of the basics, there are tips for updating your wardrobe essentials for February.
For those who don’t want to wear fast fashion and instead crave advice on ‘kinder ways to live and dress’, Curiously Conscious blogger Besma has what you need. Covering sustainable fashion, cruelty-free beauty, and low-impact living, this blog makes it easy to shop ethically. Pick from Besma’s list of 150+ sustainable brands and find what fits you and your beliefs in the archive of sustainable shopping guides. To remind you that fashion is for fun, check out her recent post on the fashion trends we already forgot.
Also staying in our top 10 for another year is Lorna Burford, who blogs at Ford la Femme about subjects including personal style, fashion, travel, and her personal passions (one of which is denim). Here, and on her social media channels, Lorna shares her reviews of designer and luxury items including handbags, antioxidants and skin serums, jewellery boxes, boots, eyeshadow palettes, and much more. If you like Lorna’s style and want to recreate it, she regularly posts her outfits and how to put them together.
10. Permanent Style
Staying at number ten for another year is Simon Crompton’s PERMANENT STYLE. Having started this blog – a ‘journal of elegance, quality, and craft’ – in 2007, Simon aims to share ‘real journalism and intelligent advice on style and luxury clothing’ with his readers. Fashion from top to bottom is covered here, with post topics ranging from black tie to casual, hats to socks, belts and wallets to umbrellas and gloves. Most recently covered by the blog – bespoke style in Korea, how to layer up when travelling, and repairing the items you love to keep them longer.
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19. Michelle Cheung
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