New Year’s already? Depending on your personality, you may or may not have already decided upon your New Year’s resolutions. Some people I know get excited for a fresh start and being able to tackle some ambitious new goals for 2015, but I know just as many people who don’t read too much in to it. If one of your goals for the upcoming year is to stay on top of fashion trends then you’ve got quite the daunting task ahead. Seeing as how fashion can change every time the wind blows, those fashion bloggers that dedicate much of their time and energy to staying on top of it are quickly going to become some of your frequently visited websites. Although it can be slightly overwhelming with so many blogs out there, I’ve picked a couple that are some of my favorites, and hopefully you’ll enjoy them too!
If you want a broad based blog that can apply to many aspiring fashionistas, The Satorialist is one of the first, and longest running fashion blogs. Starting in 2005 by Scott Schuman, it aims to show the “two-way dialogue about the world of fashion and its relationship to daily life.” I love that the posts on street style range from New York, to London, to Mumbai, and everywhere in between – not to mention tons of style profiles on some of our favorite models and celebrities.
If you’re looking for something a little edgier, Man Repeller is the site for you. It playfully jokes with the idea of women who dress a certain way which causes for men to literally repel away from you. But trust me, Leandra Medine the founder of the site gives you much more to look at then just slouchy overalls. From humorous posts, to beauty products, to pop culture, this blog has more than enough ways to keep you occupied during your lunch break.
Just want something quick? We don’t always have the time to read a full style profile, or read up on the history of french lace. However pretty much everyone has the time to look at Instagram and take away some inspiration from the photographs. Many bloggers have a strong Instagram game, in addition to their website, that you’ll definitely want to follow. A favorite of mine is from Pink Peonies blogger Rach Parcell. She has an amazing feminine and sophisticated style, and also sprinkles in some awesome pictures of home decor, cooking, and DIY. You can follow her at @rachparcell.
Plus size fashion has become increasingly popular as the Body Love movement steams ahead, and with that comes a ton of plus sized fashion blogs as well. I love Stylish Curves for her dedication to reminding curvier women that they can rock trends just as well as the models we typically see on the runways. She has also worked with a variety of companies and has been featured on Good Morning America as well as numerous magazines.
No matter what your personal style is, there is probably a fashion blogger who you can identify with, and they’ll be a great tool for you to stay up to date on the latest and greatest in fashion for 2015. Happy New Year!