Killing it is an expression right? Am I cool if I use it?
I’ll carry on…
London fashion week is upon us, colour is actually making a comeback, and it feels as though the fashion bloggersphere is really upping its content in terms of the photography we’re seeing all over the place. I for one absolutely love following fashion accounts and I think it’s refreshing seeing real girls modelling clothes rather than size 6 stick insects with bony backs.
For me, I want to know that the clothes I fancy buying look good on curves and girls with bigger legs, real figures etc. I think that’s one of the reasons the blogging world has become so big in recent years and celebrity endorsements are slowly dying out.
And on that note, these girls are ultimate goals right now (I’ll stop with the 14-year-old lingo I promise…)
You wouldn’t know that this mega-babe had a baby in December (who btw is one of the cutest babies I have ever seen) because she is back up and running in the world of fashion. She is a beautiful girl inside and out with a fashion sense that is muted, yet adds a dash of colour here and there. One of her new year’s resolutions was to be more adventurous with her style, and I for one can’t wait to see what she wears next.
Suzie is the queen of skinny jeans and oversized shirts and is a petite princess. Her style is effortlessly cool and she looks amazing in everything she wears. She did a really interesting post called ‘saying hello to 2017’ where she used previously taken photos of her in a bikini on a beach in Costa Rica (I know… how the other half live…) and looks incredible. It’s refreshing seeing real curves on the internet!
I couldn’t not mention Victoria as she’s a fellow Northerner and even went to my uni! Victoria works with some amazing high-end and high-street brands and makes all her clothes look especially cool. It may help that her boyfriend is a photographer and can make her look great in everything, but it’s definitely her innate style that shines through in his photography.
I’ve followed Lizzie’s blog for about a year now when I discovered she was a fellow Manchester blogger. She brings a new meaning to the word ‘grunge’ in 2k17; think darker photography, lots of earthy tones and bucket loads of attitude and you’ve got Lizzie posing on the streets of Manchester, putting us Northern girls on the map. Her personal style shows off that she is not afraid to mismatch prints, wear fur and trainers yet still rock the ‘cat mother’ poses.
Hayley is the epitome of girly fashion, and it’s fair to say her embroidered jackets, polka dot dresses and adorable floral prints are becoming her statement look. She is someone who isn’t afraid to wear colour or experiment with her style and her wardrobe is second to none. I love the fact that she mixes up prints in a world full of monochrome.
Maybe I like Ellie’s blog because she has the same name as me… maybe it didn’t cross my mind… who knows? Think a lot of pastel tones yet bright, bold photos to match, and you’ve got Ellie’s blog down to a tee. Another great mix of high-end and cheaper pieces – a bit of something for everyone.
I only discovered Alix’s blog just before Christmas, but I’m already in love. Her photography style is what every blogger dreams of, and she has a style that I love – it’s very wearable, understated, yet stylish and she makes even just a striped Breton t-shirt look amazing. Alix is also a mega-babe for not shying away from her gorgeous curvy figure, flaunting it in high waisted jeans and bardot tops. Also, is it just me, or does she have a look of Drew Barrymore?
Which fashion accounts are you loving at the moment?