We love fashion blogs so much here at magazine.co.uk that we decided to share with you some of our favourites. These ladies have carved out a serious space for themselves in the UK fashion bloggers landscape. Look no further than this list for the hottest fashion tips.
Our top fashion bloggers
As a half English, half French ex-lawyer turned fashion journalist, Camille effortlessly mixes Parisian chic with cool Brit style. After working at Net-a-Porter and MatchesFashion.com, Camille decided to go freelance and now showcases her looks on her blog Camille Over the Rainbow.
With over 330,000 Instagram followers, Camille isn’t short of devotees hoping to pinch her trademark “off duty gamine” style. A regular at London Paris Week, Camille has been featured in Vogue, Grazia, Elle, Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, The Cut and Flair magazine – to name just a few.
With over fifteen years’ experience in the industry as a fashion and beauty editor at The Sun, The Daily Mirror and LOOK magazine, Erica Davies has certainly earned her fashion credentials.
Displaying her casual-yet-chic style and shopping preferences on her blog The Edited, Erica also writes about lifestyle and parenting (she is the mother to two young children).
In between travelling the world, styling shoots, Erica has appeared as a style expert on TV and radio, has designed her own collections for high street fashion chains and is a beauty blogger for P&G’s Beauty Recommended.
Fashion Journalism graduate Ella Gregory first entered the fashion consciousness when she began her style blog, Coco’s Tea Party, at the tender age of 16. Combining fashion, beauty and lifestyle features, Coco’s Tea Party quickly took off and Ella has been blogging full time since 2011.
Now with an incredible half a million Pinterest followers, Ella has been featured in Cosmopolitan and POP magazine, has been named ‘Blogger of the Week’ on Get the Gloss and was also chosen to be on the British Fashion Council Blogger Panel.
Georgina Horne – call her George – describes herself as a “dress loving, plus sized, big boobied [sic], lingerie obsessed, bra fitting enthusiast,” and her blog is a quirky amalgamation of all five traits.
Initially starting Fuller Figure Fuller Bust as a place to showcase style options for plus size girls, George’s fashion career quickly took off; she has been featured in The Daily Mail, The Times, The Sun, The Telegraph, LOOK Magazine, Italian Marie Claire and Vogue Italia and also appeared in the Channel 4 documentary ‘Plus Sized Wars’.
George has modelled for Evans and Collectif as well as Lady V London, for whom she created the plus size vintage reproduction clothing line, Lady Voluptuous.
Frédérique Tietcheu is a young woman of many talents. Fashion blogger and consultant, personal stylist, and confidence coach, Frédérique runs two sites: her own style blog I Go by Frankie and She Unleashed, a personal stylist site.
After honing her stylist skills at ASOS, native-Parisian Frédérique launched her own business in March 2015 and in just a few short months her style presence has rocketed. Femininity and feminism are strong themes running through both Frédérique’s sites and she encourages readers to ‘unleash’ their true fashion self through her inspiring and empowering posts.
Mexican-born, London-based Victoria Villasana launched Style Marmalade to showcase different projects in art, fashion and design. With a focus on creative communication and personal style, Style Marmalade was quickly recognised in the fashion world and was even shortlisted by Cosmopolitan as one of the best new fashion blogs.
Featured on MTV, Style.com, New York Times, Vogue, Elle and Societe Perrier, Victoria now collaborates with many international brands, artists, photographers and designers and her website remains one of the most unique style sites online.
Londoner Lucy Williams initially started her Fashion Me Now blog as more of a pre-Pinterest “personal mood board”. Her fashion credentials include working as a fashion assistant for Sheerluxe.com and InStyle magazine as well as an assistant fashion and beauty editor for Stylus, but Lucy is now full-time blogger, freelance writer and brand consultant.
Fashion Me Now combines fashion, beauty, travel, inspiration, shopping and lifestyle within its picturesque pages and Lucy’s half a million followers can’t get enough of her distinct style.
Welsh girl Callie Thorpe began her blog From the Corners of the Curve as a positivity-focused diet diary back in 2012. Motivated by her convictions that women of all sizes should be able to enjoy fashion and find contentment with their bodies, Callie’s blog combines her passion for clothes and beauty with travel, food and lifestyle features.
Describing herself as a “plus size style and lifestyle blogger, fan of lipsticks, food, travel and self-love,” Callie has appeared on Channel 4’s ‘Plus Size Wars’ and has been featured in Vogue Italia, The Daily Mail, The Times, The Mirror and also modelled for Evans.
Polish-born, Notting Hill-based Alice Zielasko is a fashion blogger, web influencer and a street-style photographer. Alice and her elegant blog, Alice Point, have been recognised by Vogue Italia, Vogue Girl Japan, Grazia, Elle, Glamour, Nylon and InStyle and her distinct style (think California meets Notting Hill) is emulated by her many thousands of followers.
Her passions for fashion and photography, as well as travel, are encapsulated by her visually-appealing and intensely inspiring blog.
Fashion and personal style blogger Patricia Batatas combines running a popular fashion blog, Peexo, with studying for her university degree. Describing her personal style as “simply, girly, fun,” Patricia’s blog has taken off staggering quickly considering she only launched Peexo in 2014.
Now an established video blogger on YouTube and with a rapidly escalating number of followers, Patricia’s style star doesn’t look set to fade anytime soon.
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