6 Fashion bloggers You should be following


What would blogging be without other bloggers to inspire you! I can't tell you the number of times I have been inspired by other bloggers and their creative content to try a new style, create a unique photo shoot, or realize that style is singular to each person individually and an art form that we each exhibit through what we wear. Without other bloggers my blog would not be where it is today. While I might not have ever met any of these talented and charming group of ladies, their passion for their craft and style have continuously inspired and encouraged me over the years, and with that they had to be shared with you all! 


Jenny of Margo and Me

I am trying to remember how I first discovered Jenny and her blog? I think it was through another blogger friend of mine sharing one of Jenny's YouTube videos? From the moment I discovered Jenny and her unique style I have been a HUGE fan! Jenny creates posts and looks that remind you of glamorous and unique fashion editorials straight off the runway, oh and did I mention her husband is her photographer (they are a total dynamic duo). Her pairings are unique and she takes fashion risks that she totally pulls off and looks fabulous in. Her style is reminisce of a ladylike femininity while having hints of 70''s, 60's, and sometimes 50's inspiration that she styles into a modernly chic ensemble. While her style mostly features designer pieces (quite out of my price range) her unique take on fashion always leaves me with new inspiration for pairings, taking risks, or trying new photography styles. She also films YouTube videos sharing look books, beauty, and lifestyle that are all to die for. Plus, she has an adorable french bulldog names Margot (who the blog is names after)





I probably discovered Daphne through another blogger or simply by scrolling through Instagram. Daphne is always inspiring me with her classy and effortless fashion and bright airy photos. She lives in France so most of her photos feature beautiful French architecture or the Eiffel Tower (how cool is that). She is the queen of stripes, trench coats, cute sunglasses, flower bouquets, plaid, dainty collars, and the classiest looks ever! Her style is everything ladylike and classy and inspires you with feminine details, sweaters, and business type looks. He photoshoots are simple against the backdrop of French cities and Paris, full of bright skies, airy colors, and inspiring combinations. Her blog is actually written in French so you have to translate it, which is so unique. 



Rebecca of A Clothes Horse 

Rebecca has been one of my favorites for years! I either discovered her through Modcloth or Instagram. Let's just say I have been around long enough to see her in red hair, blue hair, green hair, blonde hair, and back to red hair (so I am pretty dedicated). Hre blog doesn't just inspire me with fashion and unique photography, but she constantly makes me want to move to Ireland. She is originally from America but moved to Ireland after she met an married an Irish guy (are you jealous or what)! Since she lives in Ireland her photos feature quaint manor homes, castle ruins, seasides, forests, cottages, and rolling green hills. Her photography and photo shoots are one of my favorite things about her blog! The only way I can really describe her photography is a magical fairytale because you feel like you are transported into a story! Her editing style gives me so much inspiration and her A Color Story "Seasons" filters are my favorite for editing Instagram photos. Her style is definitely Vintage inspired and she is Modcloth's BIGGEST fan. A fellow introvert at heart and lover of the color yellow, she is everything I would want to be as a blogger.....living out her creative fashion dreams! 




Sarah is pure American East Coast class at its best! Think "classy and sophisticated prepster" and that is Sarah! I came to find Classy Girls Wear Pearls after discovering her and her husbands brand KJP on Instagram. I follow their life religiously and love every single one of their Instagram posts and all of Sarah's blog posts documenting her outfits, new KJP lines and styles, and all of their fabulous East Coast, Nantucket, and Charleston adventures. Her and her husband just had their first kid, Harry, and he is the cutest baby every, not to mention the perfect Model on his parents social medias:) Sarah is a fan of stripes, sunglasses, basket purses, shirt waist dresses, classy styles, and everything East Coast. Her husband takes all of her pictures, and they always remind me of something from an East Coast magazine. Full of simplicity, but intentionality, her style and blog document her and her husbands adventures!  



Julia of Gal Meets Glam 

Julia is definitely one of my main Style Inspirations! My style might not always look much like Julia's, but I am always inspired by her feminine and ladylike elegance. I always want to change my closet over to light pink, blue, and white because of Gal Meets Glam:) Her style is so perfect and full of lace, ruffles, pastels, airy fabric, simple florals, statement earrings, classy shades, and simple purses and baskets. Her and her husband (who is her photographer) run her blog Gal Meets Glam (with a small team) together from Charleston and are the cutest business couple! Julia is the queen of midi skirts and pretty dresses, and she actually just launched her dress brand (titled after her blog) "Gal Meets Glam" yesterday (which is available at Nordstrom and online). She and her husband split there time between Charleston and New York so you always get dynamic styles and photos to inspire you. Whenever I am in need of a style pick me up or photo inspiration Julia's blog is my first place to stop!



Veronica of Bittersweet Colours

I discovered Veronica and her blog through a talented friend on Instagram (sketch lovely) and definitely get major inspiration from all of her posts. I typically visit her blog for style and photography inspiration and love her creative approach on every post. Each new blog post has a header picture (above) that looks like the cover of a magazine (its soooo creative). I have only been following Bittersweet Colours for a year, but the attention to detail in every post and layout, and look in truly inspiring! 



Are you familiar with all these bloggers?
Are any of these new for you?
What inspires you about other bloggers?

-Madison 

32 comments

  1. Saw the photo of the overalls, and I'm like: "Ooh. Like this person already." Only to realize it was Gal Meets Glam! Love her! Yes. Rebecca so makes me want to move to Ireland. Now to find an irishman to marry.....

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    1. RIGHT! Julia is fabulous. Right there with you about ireland and irish guys:)
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  2. And Daphne; can I just have her whole closet!?

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    1. Ugh...SAME! All her clothes are so perfect!
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  3. Margo and Me and A Clothes Horse are two of the first people I followed on Instagram. So inspiring <3

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  4. Looks like we have the same taste in bloggers! :) I already follow Jenny, Daphne and Julia, I'll check the others out.

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    1. Fabulous! Definitely do, you will LOVE Rebecca, Veronica and Sarah:)
      -M

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