UK’S Top 10 Fashion Blogs

Fashion bloggers make the world go round. At least that’s what the statistics will have us believe.

Fashion designers and brands have been quick to pick up on the absolutely essential role that blogs play on the fashion scene that nowadays it is not uncommon to see bloggers filling integral roles in campaigns and commercials.

So which of these heralds of the stylish and trendy is worth your time? We were wondering the same thing as well; so we decided to come up with a list of the UK’s top 10 fashion blogs which every fashionista who is worth their needle should know about and definitely follow.

  1. Style Bubble

The personal style of founder Sussana Lau also known as Susie Bubble is a very endearing element of Style Bubble. Started in 2006, Style Bubble has grown to become one of the most widely recognised blogs on the planet with tens of thousands of visitors each day.

Celebrity designers like Nannette Lepore and Christopher Kane are among the fans of this particular space of the blogosphere with Nannette Lepore telling the New York Times in 2010 that Style Bubble showed a “fun approach that is at the same time realistic”

Suzie’s informed opinion on the latest fashion trends, as well as her eclectic lifestyle have more often than not found her among the front row seats at fashion shows, sitting among power brokers such as Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue.

  1. Menswear Style

A blog dedicated to the fashion and style needs of men everywhere, Menswear Style has grown from its humble beginnings in 2012 to attain global outreach.

The appearance of Menswear style so high on our list is significant, and an emphatic reminder that the days when one could count the number of men’s wear bloggers on the planet with one hand are far behind us. They now have contributors and writers from all over the world giving fashion savvy advice to the uber male who is willing to take an extra second to pay attention to their appearance.

  1. Wish Wish Wish

Wish Wish Wish reads like a personal diary for its founder, Carrie Harwood. On it you can find the latest fashion trends, tips, tricks and advice to keep you on the balance.

A self-professed country girl who checked into London about  years ago, Carrie started this blog when she was just 17 years old, and it has been growing non-stop and has worked with top brands from around the world and been featured in many international publications.

The personal diary style that Carrie employs has allowed her to easily branch out to other points of interest such as food, travel and city living in general, with an emphasis on the old city of London.

  1. That Pommie Girl

Sarah Ashcroft, the founder and brain behind That Pommie Girl started it all as a bit of fun back in the day when she was still hoping for a formal job in fashion PR. Fast forward a few years later and she now blogs full time, dedicating her life, and blog, to offering shopping, style and clothing tips to the fashion minded all around the world.

And with a following of almost half a million people on instagram, you can be sure that she has established herself as a leading fashion influencer, and is having quite the impact in and out of the UK.

  1. 5 Inch and Up

Sandra Hagelstrom is the brain behind 5 Inch and Up, a blog dedicated to high fashion. In her own words from an article done on her by BusinessInsider in 2012, she is a design student (now a graduate of the London College of Fashion) before a blogger rather than the other way round.

Owing to the wide reach of her blog and her passionate take on high fashion, jewellery, stilettos and handbags this native of Finland turned London fashionistata has been involved in quite a few desing campaigns over the years and now has her own footwear collection.

  1. La Petite Anglaise

Ever since its launch in 2010, La Petite Anglaise has grown into the definitive guide to the latest fashion trends and designs. Ella Catliff, the 25 year old founder of La Petite Anglaise, is a London-based model who has turned herself into an important cog in the great fashion wheel.

Indeed her influence spreads far beyond her blog although that alone boasts major significance. She has frequent collaborations under her belt with high end brands such as Dior Beauty, Chanel, Mulberry, H&M and Louis Vuitton. In addition to that she is a member of the British Fashion Council’s Advisory Panel which makes her a very influential voice in that particular part of the blogosphere.

  1. Camille Over the Rainbow

Started by Camille Charriere, a half-English, half-French blogger Camille Over the Rainbow offers insights and thoughts on fashion that have catapulted this blog into the fashion mainstream.

Originally, Camille studied to be a barrister but soon decided that it was not the proper route for her to pursue. Her love for fashion propelled her to fashion blogging, and the rest, as they say, is history. Her work has attracted interest from fashion powerhouses like Vogue,, W Magazine and the London Evening Standard Magazine.

  1. The Daily Street

Started in 2009, The Daily Street is a blog dedicated to the streetwear fashion needs of men everywhere. In the years since the launch of The Daily Street by Jamie Szulc, Adam Scotland and Alex Synamatix, it has grown into the number one fashion resource for the urban male, making it one of the leading fashion blogs for men. Beyond that the blog also offers tips and urban takes on music and art.

  1. The Gentleman Blogger

Ever wondered what it means to be a gentleman in the 21st Century? That is a question that Matthew Zorpas tries to answer with his blog The Gentleman Blogger which is one of the foremost blogs on men’s fashion worldwide.

Matthew Zorpas certainly looks the part too! His impeccable sense of style and his handsomely tailored clothing have cemented his status on the fashion scene as a style guru.

  1. The Fashion Police

Journalist-turne-fashion blogger, Amber McNaught started her blog The Fashion Police to cater to the needs of those who do not necessarily want to follow trends, but still want to look fashionable.

A tall ask, and certainly one that is unique among our list, but it is one that Amber McNaught dutifully and easily accomplishes as she sorts out the wardrobe dilemmas of scores of people via her blog.

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