Tuula Vintage: Jessica Stein's description really does sum her blog up in one phrase: not all those who wander are lost. Her travels are as inspiring as they are varied (re: not vain, love this difference!) She also has sensational fashion sense and an eye for photography. Her simple site speaks for itself and her spunk is surely appreciated internationally. This blog can be enjoyed for both the outfits and her spirit of adventure.
Saucy Glossie: This is not an armature blog! Lindsey started her career at Seventeen Magazine and quickly made it into the fashion department at Cosmopolitan Magazine. Eventually, Lindsey left the world of print and started a blog that showcases her outfits, travels, and interviews, pretty much like what I did. Her blog is as polished as her stunning personal style. Somehow she is able to combine classic looks with current trends effortlessly.
Street Etiquette: Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs are the faces and voices behind Street Etiquette. So why include a pair of dapper dudes on this list? Well just one peek at their captivating online presence and you'll see that menswear crosses all borders when it comes to this duo. Whether you're a Snapchat addicted design student or a midwestern chap off in the suburbs, you'll fawn over their showcase of personal style that blends a cultural, historical and urban perspective. With sartorial influences stretching from all parts of the world and eras, Street Etiquette has managed to assemble a truly unique view of fashionable men's style.
The Stylish Wanderer: Minnie is a film school freshman who puts her hard-earned education online for others to enjoy. Oh yeah, and her slick hipster style that has landed her everywhere from Teen Vogue to national TV commercials, and um, she's barely old enough to drink. Don't be jealous...okay go ahead! Unlike other bloggers who had worldwide fan clubs by the age of sixteen that I never quite fell hard for (ahem, Jane) this girl keeps it real and Cali style and I like that. How real? So real that you won't find her name hovering the Internet abyss anywhere because her momma likes it like that. Parenting 101 folks. #justsayin
WishWishWish: Listen, I may be a strong black woman (as continuously described by my lovely Italian-American significant other) but that is not to say I don't enjoy an extreme dose of whimsy in my life every now and again. Carrie Harwood is no stranger to the fashion blog scene or frolicking across Europe. Her blog made it big many moons ago and landed herself a nice little feature in The Times. She has collaborated with many famous fashion brands, but I love that she's still just the young girl next door who makes readers feel comfortable and at home under a big fuzzy blanket knitted by Grandma. Whose grandma? Anyone's! But they must be called Nana.
Glamourai: Kelly and Erin have put together a delightful compilation of fashion and travel in their blog Glamourai. They really have mastered the feel of magazine content synthesized into an online read. Their travels are extensive and their outfits are appealing to women of all ages. I even enjoyed their beauty posts which were informative and littered with beautiful photos.