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British Fashion Bloggers Every Fashionista Should Follow


If this piques your interest, here are some of the best fashion bloggers straight from the UK.

1. Style Bubble

Launched in 2006, Style Bubble has been rated the number-one fashion blog by Vuelio for several years in a row. The primary writer is Susanna Lau aka Susie Bubble, who offers unique insights on the industry, plus an array of other exclusive details regarding what’s hot in high fashion. She always sits in the front row with some of London’s top designers during Fashion Week, so you know you’re getting your information from a credible source.

2. The Frugality

High, expensive fashion isn’t for everyone, which is why London’s Alexandra Stedman began The Frugality, a blog that’s all about finding name-brand fashion at prices the average reader can afford. She offers advice on how to shop a little more frugally but still being able to score outfits of the highest styles.

3. Wish Wish Wish

Not everyone is comfortable wearing the fashions that are popular in the city. For those who prefer a little more country, rustic look, Carrie Harwood is your blogger of choice. She started Wish Wish Wish when she was 17 years old and moved to the country after living in London. Her journey shares the hottest styles in the country realm while remaining chic and personal.

4. Menswear Style

Thankfully, the fashion arena has finally managed to shift away from the all-female mindset and begun to recognize the fact that at least some men like to look nice, too. Menswear Style is one of the first majorly ranked blogs that focuses on men’s style. Rather than bringing in one writer, this British-based blog has gathered guest posts from around the world since 2012. It’s a one-stop shop for men who are searching for advice and eye candy that features the latest styles.

5. Camille Over the Rainbow

If you’re looking for a Parisian take on London fashion, Camille Charriere’s blog, Camille Over the Rainbow, is ideal. Camille is half French and half English. She grew up in Paris, but has been stationed in London ever since, and she understands the magic of the world she came from. Her articles have been featured in the likes of Vogue, W Magazine, Style, and the London Evening Standard Magazine.

6. The Fashion Police

You may have heard a lot about this cleverly titled blog debuted by Amber McNaught in 2006. The unique thing about The Fashion Police is that it doesn’t stick with the top trends in fashion. Instead, it talks about ways to develop your own unique style without looking bad. It also pinpoints major fashion faux pas to help those who experiment with style to avoid committing a grave error.

7. Retro Chick

As the name suggests, this fashion and lifestyle blog celebrates bringing back styles that make you feel comfortable and totally you. Retro Chick takes note of the trends, but also discusses ways to bring back older styles people once loved. Gemma Seager from Norfolk offers the best advice for anyone looking for a retro modern look.

By Jenna Cyprus

Jenna is a freelance writer from Renton, WA who is particularly interested in travel, nature, and parenting. Follow her on Twitter

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