4 Fashion Blogs to Get Inspiration From

Fashion blog often cover street styles and personal style inspiration.

Everyone has their own fashion sense and signature look, but from time to time, it’s fun to get inspiration from others. Next time you’re looking for an outside muse, click over the following fashion blogs — these bloggers know what’s up.

1. The Clothes Horse

Rebecca, a darling, smart, fashion blogger, helms The Clothes Horse. Rebecca posts on everything from personal style to hair and beauty. Most of her posts are about “her outfit of the day.” While Rebecca definitely has a signature style that’s whimsical and retro, she looks great in everything. I really dig her blog because she takes many of her photos outside using nature as a backdrop.

2. Girl With Curves

Tanesha Awasthi runs the blog Girl with Curves. While her fashion blog is geared toward ladies with curves, anyone can glean incredible fashion advice from this gorgeous blogger. She covers everything from everyday fashion to maternity clothing that is anything but boring. This blogger has great fashion tip posts and detailed fashioned how to’s, as well.

3. The Sartorialist

Scott Schuman runs this street style fashion blog. Most of the posts are of everyday, fashionable people from all over the world. Schuman just snaps a shot of a person on the street and shortly describes why this person’s look “works.” Schuman also is an accomplished photographer, so don’t feel bad if your photos aren’t as great as his.

4. BLDG 25 Blog

This is one of the few “company” blogs I really dig. BLDG 25 is part of Free People, so the bloggers often feature Free People’s clothing. What’s interesting, though, is that the writers often pick everyday women to feature on their blog. They pull a lot of these women’s styled looks from the site’s community, FP Me. When the blog doesn’t cover fashion, it also posts killer healthy recipes and exercise articles.

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