It’s been about two months since my last post….I don’t know when I got so bad at keeping up with this but oh well, not like I’m getting paid for it. I haven’t really been taking many pictures of myself and my outfits lately, every time I try they come out terrible, but I’ve decided I can’t wait any longer to post again.
I returned back to the East Coast for the holiday’s and it’s been relaxing and fun to see my friends and family that I haven’t seen in about four months. The weather here is cold and I hate it. The past week has been cloudy, so I got a taste for what it would be like to live in London (let’s just say it would be an adjustment). At least I got to wear my new scarf and jacket.
I’m not going to write too much, because I actually want people to read what I write, and like it, but since I haven’t been good at blogging lately I wanted to share with everyone some of my favorite blogs 🙂
The Zoe Report (duh)
I used to follow this blog religiously, their writing is minimal and their advice helpful, the only thing is their prices are a tad unrealistic, but chances are if you see something you like you can find something similar, for cheaper.
The site is ran by Rachel Zoe, celebrity stylist, however I’m not too sure how much of the writing she actually does.
I think everyone aspiring to be a stylist, would be more than satisfied if their career is half as successful as Rachel Zoe’s.
Who What Wear
I love this blog. I follow them on twitter and they’re constantly posting links to new stories/articles. I probably visit their page at least twice a day.
Who What Wear was launched by former ELLE magazine editors Katherine Power and Hilary Kerr (both of whom I follow on social media). Rather than being a one person blog, Who What Wear has established itself as a brand, and a successful one at that.
I LOVEEEEE this one. I suggest everyone follow this if they are looking for a job in the fashion industry. They have a whole tab dedicated to careers and employment. The only downfall is that even though they post about job openings internationally, the majority of the jobs are located in NYC (which isn’t a downfall for most).
Fashionista is less so considered a blog and more so considered a “fashion news site,” but serves the same purpose; convenient, relatable, and informative.
The Blonde Salad
The Blonde Salad is Chiara Ferragni’s blog. I mostly follow her social media (Instagram), but will occasionally visit her website. Chiara has established herself as a brand and has written a book, been in multiple magazines, and has most recently launched a shoe line. This Italian blogger is my favorite, hands down. Her style is anything but “basic” and she’s always traveling the world and taking her followers on these adventures.
The Blonde Salad is young, relatable and gives people motivation to do what they love. Not only that, but her sole job is to blog, so you know, even though she has a team, she is the voice and leader behind all of her posts.
Those are my top four but other blogs I follow are Sincerely Jules, Peace Love Shea, and Janni Deler. I also find inspiration from Harpers Bazaar, ELLE and Vogue (mostly on Twitter) 🙂
That’s all for today 😉
“Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life.” — Bill Cunningham