This list is Part 2 of some awesome fashion bloggers we have noticed who are putting in tremendous effort to look their best and share it with their readers (see Part 1 here). 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.
Ashley Madekwe is the founder behind Ring My Bell. Born in London and now living in LA, she works as an actress on big shows such as ABC’s Revenge and the sitcom Salem. Her blog is a mix of personal snapshots along with her daily life in California. High quality photography is very important to her, and you can see the effort that both husband (photographer) and wife put into this blog!
Based in Sweden, Ellen Claesson is the brains behind her blog that offers a unique Nordic twist to the style blogging space. Her instagram account is a mix of daily life along with the work she does at a Swedish fashion retailer Gina Tricot.
Mireia Oller is the creator behind Style Lovely, a blog started in 2011 that has a focus for Latin women. The photos are beautiful, but juts a word of warning that you need to be able to read Spanish to appreciate this blog.
Funda Christophersen is the founder behind By Funda, based in Copehagen, Denmark. The blog includes inspiration on travel, outfits, interior design, shopping, and the whole lifestyle that comes with being a modern and fashionable woman. Her website is constantly publishing new content, with 1-2 posts every week on a consistent basis.
Izortze Setien is the creator of Clochet based in Costa Rica since 2011. She is also multilingual with the ability to read and write Basque, Spanish, English, and a bit of German. Most of her outfits and inspiration are great for folks that live in tropical and warmer parts of the world. Lucky (blogging and living in paradise)!!
Charlotte is the founder of The Fashion Guitar. Originally from The Netherlands, she got into the fashion blogging space after working with several blogs at a previous job. Part of what inspired her to start the blog was the “real-factor” that some personal style blogs illustrated and the behind the scenes look into the personal mind on how someone put together an outfit. She prides her blog on authenticity and refuses to work with brands unless there is a genuine connection.
Camille over the Rainbow was created by Camille Charriere, a half French, half British Parisian who moved to London three years ago. After working at NET-A-PORTER and MATCHESFASHION.COM, the ex-lawyer turned fashion journalist has now taken her work freelance. The blog is the visual insight into her sartorial universe.
Tales Of Endearment is a blog by Natalie Joos, a Belgian-born casting agent and consultant now living in New York. She started the blog in 2010 to share her passion for vintage and fashion by per personal Muses and Look of the Week shoots. Her blog also has a great collection of dating stories in New York City. If you want a good laugh, check out the article An Ill-Fated Attempt At Love In The Hamptons.
Krystal is a merchandiser at Google working on the Shopping & Commerce teams. Outside of her job she spends the extra energy on this personal style blog. It started as a hobby after graduating college, and now has turned into a daily passion for her. This Time Tomorrow features daily outfit posts, shopping sprees, and general musings about fashion and style. Women who embrace fashion and technology! Awesome!
Sandra Manay is a boho wanderer that’s passionate for life. Born in the coastal area of Peru, her inspiration is heavily influenced by local traditional art and natural beauty. Her blog features articles on fashion, inspirations, travel, wellness, and much more.
Gal Meets Glam is a source for inspiration that covers everything from fashion and beauty to home and travel. Started by Julia Engel in 2001 while in college, she started this blog on a whim. Over the years she continued to learn and grow picking up photography, HTML, and all other technical aspects that come with running a style blog. In late 2013 she decided to go full-time with the website and take a risk and it’s been an exciting and thrilling ride ever since.
Cap Hill Style is a fashion blog for professional women. Started in 2008, this blog is dedicated to women who don’t want to sacrifice their sense of style for professional success. On her blog you will find styling tips, product reviews, and professional guidance for fashionable ladies with serious jobs.
The Beauty Department is co-founded by Amy Nadine and Kristin Ess. Amy handles the make-up portion of content, while Kristin does hair and styling. Amy’s background in makeup came from her background in a political family in Washington DC. As she worked on a few campaigns and greeted folks door to door, she was fascinated by the faces of all the people she met. Kristin started doing hair since the young age of 15 and has never looked back since then. She runs a salon and enjoys running this style blog on her spare time.
Wendy Nguyen is the founder of Wendy’s look-book, a place where she finds inspiration in art, nature, culture, architecture, food, people, and music. Fashion is a vehicle for her to play with different shapes and colors to uncover her personals style. Juvenile justice is a huge passion for her growing up in foster care and bootstrapping herself up to a college degree at UC Berkeley. She continues to work with underprivileged children and as a volunteer at juvenile detention centers.
Fashion Squad is a personal style blog started by Carolina Engman, who won fashionista of the year by CHIC Magazine in 2011. Her blog features inspiration for travel, interior design, style, mood boards, shopping guides, and events such as Fashion Week.
Once described by Helmut Newton as a “fashion maniac”, Anna Dello Russo is currently the Editor At Large and creative consultant for Vogue Japan. Anna spent 18 years at Conde Nast Italia starting as a Fashion Editor at Vogue Italia she went on to become Editor of L’Uomo Vogue from 2000-2006. Anna was born in Bari in Southern Italy, and now lives in Milan with her dog Cucciolina. She is an avid collector of fashion and jewelry and describes herself as a passionate fashionista.
Keiko Lynn is the founder of her self-titled blog. Living in Brooklyn, New York – this blog is a look-book for inspiration and adventure. It offers peeks into her daily life, style, and beauty tips. In the Lifestyle section, she has a cool collection of city guides ranging from Atlanta, West Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Nashville, and many other places.
Kristina Bazan is the founder of Kayture that started in 2011. Kayture is the most influential blog in Switzerland and one of the biggest names worldwide with its international reach. She works with a variety of high end brands such as Louis Vuitton, D&G, Yves Saint Laurent, to Dior, Mango, Guess, and Jimmy Choo. Constantly traveling around the world with her partner in crime James, Kristina shares her passion for fashion, beauty and lifestyle, each day with millions of loyal readers, opening a window to her dreamy, luxuriant and colorful world.
Karla Deras is the founder of Karla’s Closet. Her blog features inspiration on beauty, health, music, interior design, and travel. She also keeps a journal of her daily life, inspirational ideas, and travel experiences that are very fun to read.
The Glamourai is a fashion portal dedicated to travel, fashion, and lifestyle. In particular the travel section is quite comprehensive with articles on Asia, South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and most importantly New York City. The fashion section has editorials, mood boards, interviews with industry insiders, videos, and shopping guides.
Love Maegan is a personal lifestyle blog about married life, dogs, and living in Los Angeles. What started on a whim is now a full-time affair with personal style secrets, DIYs, hair tutorials, home decor, and beauty/makeup finds while trying to inspire creativity in others.
Jessica Quirk is the founder of What I Wore, a personal style blog now with over a million monthly pageviews. She embraces a “look good, feel good” philosophy to her outfits and daily posts. Her website is dedicated to offering advice and inspiration that helps women all over the world feel confident, positive, and ready to take on the world. She also has a book titled “What I Wore: Four Seasons, One Closet, Endless Recipes For Personal Style”. What I Wore has enjoyed a number of successful creative partnerships with brands like Coach, Timex, DKNY, Lancôme, Payless ShoeSource, MNG by Mango, and ModCloth.
Trendencias is an online fashion magazine with a focus for Latin women. The site features inspiration from celebrities, style articles, travel, and tips from their guest writers.
Fashion Bomb Daily is a blog that features both Bombshell and Bomber of the day, a celebrity or figure that looks great (and bad) to give readers inspiration on what to (and not to) do in their personal style. Started by Claire Sulmers in August 2006 as a daily dose or all things fabulous in multicultural fashion.