Fashion blogs UK

 

  • The Edited – The Edited is Erica Davies, a London-based stylist, fashion journalist and brand consultant, with over fifteen years of experience in the industry as Fashion Editor on national newspapers and magazines including LOOK, The Sun and The Daily Mirror. I’ve spent years creating fashion pages, writing stories, travelling around the world on shoots, styling books, appearing as a style expert on TV and radio and even created my own collections for high street fashion chains.  
  • The Pixie Cut – The Pixie Cut is Laura Humphris, a full time fashion blogger. Winner of Company Magazine ‘Best Fashion Blog – Newcomer’ in 2014 and winner of Cosmopolitan blog award for ‘Best New Fashion Blog’ also in 2014. Loving making outfits and always on a mission to find new and exciting statement pieces.  
  • Disneyrollergirl – Disneyrollergirl is the fashion blog by London-based fashion editor, Navaz Batliwalla. Disneyrollergirl is the go-to resource for fashion and beauty industry insights, emerging trends and editorial shoots from an industry insider’s point of view. Launched in 2007 as an ‘anonymous fashion insider’ blog while I was employed as a full time fashion director on a magazine in London. Now, as a freelance fashion editor and consultant, the blog is my place to park all the things I see, hear and think about on my daily fashion beat. It also serves as a showcase for some of my work and I have a weekly round up of brand stories called The DRG Style Index.  
  • At Fashion Forte – Rosie Fortescue is a Chelsea girl at heart now with a career in the fashion industry. She has collaborated with numerous designers over the years, such as Covert Cases, Laura Gravestock and Lipstick Boutique and is now designing her own jewellery range. Throughout BAFTA winning Made in Chelsea, Rosie has showcased her desirable fashion sense with stylish, modern outfits and has channeled her love for fashion through her blog AtFashionForte. Rosie currently writes an online column for the London Evening Standard and has some very exciting projects ahead this year.  
  • She Wears Fashion – Starting at the tender age of 16, the blog was primarily a place to express my interest toward vintage fashions and thrifted finds, but has now expanded into outfits of the day and occasional beauty and lifestyle posts. Along with these posts there is the weekly ‘Thrifty Thursday’ posts, which showcases my favourites finds at the cheapest of prices – take a look, you’ll be surprised at just how cheap the finds are! She Wears Fashion is growing everyday, with press mentions from topshop, MTV, stylist.co.uk, Elle Spain, More Magazine, GLOSS magazine, London Fashion Week Official, Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Besides this being a place to show off things I like to wear and outfits I have worn – I love collaborating with brands and working together.  
  • Un-Likely – The fashion blog of Isabel Sellés. Creative, designer and lover of all visual things. Born in Valencia (Spain) and currently based in London, the city that I fall in love every day. This blog was launched in November 2013 as a hobby as I love fashion, shapes, images and colours. I see life through colours. This blog is the platform where I can express myself and my mind freely.  
  • Clothes, Cameras and Coffee – I’m a twenty year old english lit undergraduate and writer from a tiny UK village. Published in magazines including British Vogue, Violet, Lionheart and Teen Tatler, and on the Guardian, Vogue.co.uk and Oxfam websites. I’m also junior editor of Violet magazine. An occasional model, book lover and feminist with an appreciation for excellent coffee.  
  • Stella’s Wardrobe – The fashion blog of Stella Kattermann, UCL History Graduate. Two Years experience working full time with fashion and lifestyle brands on branding & social media. 1/4 German, 1/4 Finnish, 1/4 Czech, 1/4 Russian and a Londoner at heart. Featured on MTV Germany, Women’s Wear Daily, Daily Telegraph, La Presse Canada, Look Magazine, Elle UK, Evening Standard, Marie Claire USA, Teen Vogue America, Elle Japan and Grazia Magazine UK.  
  • Saraluxe – The blog of Sara, a 28 year old woman from Cumbria, UK, now living in Manchester, a professional outfit magician & model dresser, in short, a stylist. Experience in Personal Shopping & Retail Management, whilst getting the degree in Fashion Buying in Manchester.
  • Mademoiselle robot – MademoiselleRobot.com was created in November 2007 as a way to stay in touch with far away friends but quickly started focusing on Fashion &Lifestyle. Laetitia Wajnapel, founder of MademoiselleRobot.com is a Parisian journalist and photographer living and working in London. She contributed to Glamour UK Style Tribe, The Financial Times’ How To Spend It, published her first book “Multiface(t)s, Style Yourself With Jewelry” at Les Editions de la Martinière in 2012 and had a successful solo photography exhibition in 2015.  
  • Dimples Diaries – Hello, I invite you to visit Dimples Diaries! I’m Hannah, a 21 year old fashion graduate from Surrey originally from North Yorkshire. Here I post my musings on ethical fashion and style and my passion for all things vintage! I listen to lots of jazz, drink lots of tea and always have my head in a book. I love art, music, cooking, photography and of course blogging!
  • The Velvet Black – I go by the name of Alice, the face behind The Velvet Black. Even though I’m a Londoner at heart, you will also find me away in Portsmouth, where I am a hard little worker trying to get a degree in Psychology. Although, you’ll probably find me huddled under my covers, longingly staring at the latest trends, whether it be on my favourite blogs or magazines, day dreaming of how I would style them, in my own little unique way. In one of these oh so productive daydreaming sessions, I decided to combine my love of fashion and personal style, with my creativity; and behold, The Velvet Black was born. It’s a place where I can show off my favourite outfits and share all of my style tips.  
  • Style Bubble – Susanna Lau, also known as Susie Bubble, is a writer and editor living and working in London. Lau started her blog ‘Style Bubble’ in March 2006. It consists of her widely read thoughts, personal experiences and observations on fashion with a focus on spotlighting young and unknown talent. Lau was editor of Dazed Digital, the website of Dazed & Confused magazine, from 2008-2010. Lau now works full-time on her blog and other freelance projects, including writing for Elle, The Daily Rubbish and Dazed Digital. My love of fashion was initially an act of rebellion against my parents and the ‘popular’ people at school – which then developed into something all consuming and now is my number one passion.  
  • Ella – La Petite Anglaise – La Petite Anglaise is a critically acclaimed, London based fashion, lifestyle and beauty site launched by Ella Catliff in May 2010. The site’s audience has grown dramatically and her blog now has a huge global reach with readers in over 100 different countries worldwide. As a result of her work on La Petite Anglaise, Ella is celebrated by top industry influencers including Vogue, The Telegraph, New York Magazine, international editions of Grazia, FIGUE Japan and Elle Girl Japan. Last year Ella was named one of the “20 To Watch For 2014” by InStyle Magazine UK in their January 2014 issue alongside the likes of Lorde, Imogen Poots, Eleanor Catton and Jack Reynor and appeared on the cover of YOU Magazine for their “Superbloggers” feature.
  • Catwalk Schoolgates – Catwalkschoolgates is a community where we want to ensure that we maintain and evolve our individual identity and interests through all life stages. Whether you want inspiration with your style, house, new places to see and be seen or want to work or volunteer, by sharing our experiences and yours we hope to keep everyone inspired to be who they want to be.
  • I Want You To Know – The fashion blog of Kristabel, a somewhat eccentric knitwear obsessive, born and bred in London. I Want You To Know has turned into the backdrop for my defining twenty-something years. Fashion is my obsession, I dress for myself first and foremost and attempt to express my personality through what I wear. It encourages me to push myself in so many ways and I’m working out how to push things a little more.