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18 Fashion Bloggers You Need On Your Radar

Time to update your wardrobe.

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6. Nicolette Mason

Brooklyn-based Nicolette is a contributing fashion editor at Marie Claire, and her blog is filled with the expertise and intuition that has gotten her consultant gigs on projects with Chanel, Dior, ASOS, and more. She's great at grunge-ing up more classic looks, with impeccable attention to detail. (Pay attention to her nails!)


10. Gabi Fresh

Gabi Gregg is all about breaking rules, and her blog is for those fashion-lovers who are "sick of being told to wear A-line skirts, wrap dresses, boot cut jeans, and slimming prints." Not surprisingly, her own style is made up of unexpected but perfectly executed combinations.


13. Girl With Curves

Blogger and fashion designer Tanesha Awasthi is reminiscent of a classic movie star, with a style at once minimal and glam. Her blog gives insight into the inspiration behind her look, peeking at everything from her beauty regimen to her home decor to her favorite gadgets.

14. And I Get Dressed

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Kellie Brown claims her "fashion DNA shows clear signs of multiple personality disorder," which makes her blog a lot of fun to follow. She's got plenty of textured leather, lace overlays, clunky jewels, and, at times, classic simplicity. Most importantly, she really knows how to wear a hat.

17. Grown and Curvy Woman

Georgette's blog is dedicated to the idea that "style has no age or size." She's a great resource for those who aren't necessarily looking to buy entire new wardrobes every season, offering tips for livening up older items (like a simple blue turtleneck) with accent pieces (like shiny silver flats) for surprising combinations.

18. The Wardrobe Challenge

Hanna's blog began as a challenge to wear everything she owns — no repetitions until everything was used at least once — after realizing that she'd gotten predictable in her cycling of the same few garments. In the process, she's developed a sort of working-girl-chic: lots of black and white, sharp blazers, and airy skirts.