This is a list of awesome fashion bloggers we have noticed who are putting in tremendous effort to look their best and share it with their readers. At 10PM Fashion we think that if you’re taking the initiative to start a website, learn photography, put together outfits, and share your looks with people – you’re doing something amazing and deserve recognition. It takes a lot of courage, discipline, and hard work to start and maintain a fashion blog.
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Danielle is the founder of We Wore What, a daily lookbook of inspiration from New York City. Originally started as a street style blog, it’s morphed into her own fashion diary and personal style blog. On her blog you can find great photos everyday, along with fashion brands she’s working with such as Tommy Hilfiger.
Giovanna is the creator and writer of Boho Market. Inspired by all things bohemian, this blog is a reflection of her passion for flea markets and vintage finds. Boho Market isn’t just about fashion and trends, but it’s also a place where Giovanna showcases beautiful designs, fashion editorials, photography, art, and all things related to the boho lifestyle.
Blair is the founder of Atlantic Pacific. As a former East Coast girl she currently enjoys the sunny California life out of Los Angeles. This blog is a place where she shares daily inspiration to readers all over the world. Her outfits are highly creative (for example, subway stripes) and you can tell she puts a lot of effort into each idea.
Maggie is the founder of Blush and Blooms, a personal lifestyle blog based out of Ohio. With a passion for fitness, fashion, and lifestyle, this blog is a center of inspiration where she shares all things chic. She enjoys going to the ballet, drinking champagne, and travelling to New York City. Posts include her experiences, current obsessions, and other things going on in her life such as turning 30. (Don’t worry Maggie, it’s not that bad :D)
Melis is the creator of Fashion Mews, a blog that showcases her personal style across New York and San Francisco. She’s a big coffee lover, museum enthusiast, and enjoys traveling very much like us here at 10PM. Her style is heavily inspired by the weather, location (see this Napa Valley inspired outfit), and mood. The word “mews” might be confusing at first, until you realize it’s a homophone to the word “muse” which is also a tribute to her cat. You win!
Carly is the founder of The College Prepster, a blog she started in college in 2008 and continues to work on after graduation. She currently lives in NYC and showcases items from her inspiration. She also has a knack for cooking in the kitchen, sharing recipes (like this Shrimp Scampi) and other dishes that she finds amazing in her daily life. Yummy!
Claire is the founder of Fashion Bomb Daily, a website dedicated to showing fashion bombshells and bombers every day. Besides that, there are also insightful articles on how the industry works, why luxury is so expensive, and a lot of insightful content for anyone involved in the fashion world.
Founded by Zephyr Basine from a dorm room in March 2007, College Fashion is the #1 online fashion and beauty magazine written by college students for college students. The site features beauty tips, fashion trends, online sales updates, decor ideas, and anything that involves the student lifestyle. Running this website is now her full-time job, and it allows her to be creative every day and connect with the amazing base of readers she’s built around the world.
Michelle Madhok is the creator of She Finds, a site dedicated to putting the fun back into finding things. The site offers honest editorial coverage on the latest trends and daily deals which makes it appeal to women of all life stages – from those out of school in their first job to their wedding, first baby, and beyond. Their management team has a wealth of experience, having cut their teeth at companies such as Martha Stewart, CBS, AOL, and Ask.com.
Courtney Trop is the founder of Always Judging, a style blog that “runs the gamut of Christine Centenera’s glamour to Jessica Hart’s laid back ease. Then add a dash of Sienna Miller’s understated unpredictability.” She has a great way of combining different styles, such as making sportswear and casual look super fashionable in this post Opposites Become One.
Italian gal Marta Pozzan is the brains behind It’s Super Fashion, a site that showcases her unique style and bold outfits which stand out from trends. Her taste is a combination of her European roots along with her American life in Los Angeles. Her journey started at the young age of 19 working as a fashion editor for Vanity Fair Italy’s editor in chief, moving on to events at Milan fashion week and other major events.
Kathleen Ensign is the founder of Kat Walk SF. As a retail apparel veteran with over 10 years in the industry, her website lives and dies for fashion. Based in San Francisco, many of her shots use the scenic city as a backdrop. Her style icon is Diana Vreeland one of fashion’s first “it” girls as an editor for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue.
Frankie is the alter-ego of Frédérique Tietcheu, a fashion blogger, personal stylish, and digital marketer based in London. As folks back in Paris called her Fred, Londoners were messing it up and calling her Freddie. Eventually it morphed into Frankie, and that became her second identity and personality of the blog. Frankie also helps women with claiming their confidence and power on her sister site she-unleashed.com.
Shea Marie is the creator of Peace Love Shea, a fashion influencer, stylist, consultant, TV host, designer, photographer, model, and editor. She works in the top echelons of the fashion space, collaborating with brands such as Dior, Gucci, D&G, and many others. Her blog has enormous reach, with more than 90 million impressions per month and social media reach that combines over 3 million impressions per day.
Growing up, Aimee Song couldn’t find anyone in the fashion world that looked like her. She started her blog in college as a hobby and over the years people started noticing once she embraced her own sense of style. Besides fashion, her website also now features DIY guides, interior design, lifestyle, health, fitness, food, and everything else that comes in between.
Jules Sarinana is the founder of Sincerely Jules, started in Feburary 2009 as an outlet to express her thoughts, inspiration, style, and love of life. On the website you will find her daily style, travel photos, and lifestyle snapshots as she motivated her readers around the world. Jules has been featured on Glamour, Elle, E!, Lucky Magazine, Teen Vogue, and Cosmopolitan Latina.
Emily Schuman runs the popular lifestyle blog Cupcakes & Cashmere that started in 2008 about celebrating the little things in life. She also has a book under the same name, making it the must-have guide for those looking to establish their own sense of style, decorate their home, or just simply throw together an easy and stylish party outfit.
Rumi Neely runs Fashion Toast alongside being the Creative Director of Are You Am I (launched in 2014), a California take on the perfect wardrobe and luxury clothing. Most of her blog posts are symbiotic with products from @AYAI such as elevated basics, bold leather statement pieces, and silk, lingerie-inspired styles.
Jane Aldrige is the founder of Sea of Shoes where she finds pretty outfits with a vintage twist. Some of her looks include western pieces with petticoats, brooches, granny boots, and concha belts. With clothing that goes back to the 40s, her outfits are super inspiring and unique that you won’t see anywhere else. Let’s face it, what girl wouldn’t be happy with a sea of shoes?
Mary is the creator of Happily Grey, a blog that started as a hobby which fueled her creative passion. Since then, the blog has given her joy, visibility, wonder, creativity, and a sense of eagerness to share her passion with readers around the world. Her style of posts are unplanned, going off the reflection of her current mood. Uniquely frank and humble, we like her down to earth tone of every posts she makes.
Based in Norway, Tine Andrea is the owner of Fashion Eaters. During the day she works as a freelance fashion writer and stylist working her way into the fashion world. Getting ideas and inspiring each other is what she finds important, rather than blindly following and copying trends. Her style adds a distinct Scandinavian flair to our list of fashion bloggers.
This blog is run by twin sisters Fabliha and Tasfia Reza from Australia. They’re currently still in university while they run this site. Their outfits are school-friendly while having the right amount of fun and flash that strikes the balance between professional and sassy everyday wear. Like many fashion bloggers that started their websites in college, we see great potential in this duo in the years to come with their unique take on modern style, inspiration, and lifestyle.
Based in Belgium, Paulien has a blog over at Creators Of Desire, the collective brainchild of two other fashion bloggers. Paulien is an online adventurer, literature graduate, travel enthusiast, and tomboy at heart. She recently graduated and just started her first day at work as a social media manager and copywriter at a fashion company.
Annabel truly lives in the fashion world. During the day she’s a head buyer at Norway’s largest high-end retail company – Høyer. Always on the lookout for new sources of inspiration, her website often features photos from showrooms, fashion shows, and everyday life. Annabel proudly states that you will only see her personal style in daily shoots, not her diet 😀
As a student at Columbia College Chicago in 2010, Aleali started in fashion working for Louis Vuitton and RSVP Gallery. Her blog is a creative outlet used to share her new experiences in fashion, modeling, art, music, and entertainment. If given the choice between wearing Louboutins or sneakers, she would choose the latter any day.