Fashion blogs have been around for a long time, but today, blogging has come to a whole new level. The fashion industry is a highly visual one, which explains why Instagram has become the social network of choice for the lovers of style. Fashion bloggers are an inspiration for those mornings when you open your wardrobe with your mind in a blank state. They are an ideal place to start your online research and purchase your outfits. We agree that sometimes it can be a little overwhelming to see every other fashion influencer with thousands of following, but some fashion bloggers have managed to stand out through their unique ideas and chic fashion statements. If being updated on fashion is your thing, you need to follow these bloggers right now:

Chiara Ferragni

– The Blonde Salad: This 27-year-old Italian blogger has more reach than any other fashion blogger on our list, with more than 3 million fans from around the world. She is an iconic global star with a fashion sense that leaves people in awe. According to the brands she’s partnered with, links from her site drive more traffic and conversions than any other influencer. In 2015, she was named on an expert panel to help determine the shortlist for LVMH prize. What’s more? The blogger graced the cover of Lucky Magazine’s February issue along with fellow bloggers Nicole Warne and Zanita Whittington.

Wendy Nguyen

– Wendyslookbook: A blogger with an immense passion for art, culture, and music, Wendy is a petite blogger who will inspire you in more ways than one. A diva who loves to wear hats, she is a content creator and juvenile justice advocate by profession. From continually moving foster homes to graduating from UCLA, Berkeley, in Psychology to being a fashion influencer, she is indeed an inspiration for many. She believes that you can rope it all together and conveniently create fashion statements that replicate it all. For a much-needed dose of inspiration, check out her blog.

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Nicole Warne

– Gary Pepper Girl: With social media followership of over 1.7 million on Instagram, Nicole Warner is an OG digital influencer. She started her online vintage store called Gary Pepper Vintage in 2009 when social media was still a bit of an enigma. Her vast creative skills and laser focus for content creation and detail makes her an extremely sought after figure. She has won the Bloglovin Award for Best Photography and the Influencer of the Year for Elle Australia Style Awards.

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Blair Eadie

, Atlantic-Pacific: New York-based Eadie, is best known for her intelligent yet accessible approach to fashion and style. Having worked as a merchandiser for brands like Gap and Tory Burch, she holds a professional edge when it comes to her outfit posts. She started her venture ‘Atlantic-Pacific’ to share her thoughts on street style and fashion. Her blog is a widely read one in which young women can find their voice and get comfortable with expressing themselves through their style. With polka dots, furs, and contrasting colours, she continues to charm her audience with effortless style statements.

Julia Engel

– Gal Meets Glam: The 27-year-old fashion designer and founder of the blog ‘Gal Meets Glam’ is all over the internet, thanks to her humungous social following of over 1.2 million followers. Her fans flock to her blog continually for outfit tips and shopping suggestions. Her feminine, playful, and quirky approach to fashion is sure to light up some inspiration to your wardrobe. For some chic outfit ideas, you need to check out her blog.

Not all of us have the luxury to afford a personal stylist, designer collections, and limited editions, but we can surely pick up from the cues left behind by these influencers and style our outfits effortlessly. Which style gurus do you follow?

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