Best Fashion Marketing Blogs

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    Better plan, design and coordinate ads through the guidance of the suggestions that you’ll gather from these informative fashion marketing blogs that we have curated for you.

    Best Fashion Marketing Blogs for 2021

    Australian style expert, Carmen Hamilton, created the Chronicles of Her blog in 2011. It aims to be a daily destination about real style and life. Carmen curates the bog, aided by a team of other fashion identities.

    It features many of the coolest women from around the world, showcasing the outfits they wear on a daily basis.

    Atlantic-Pacific’s creator, Blair Eadie can be considered a real fashion influencer. She started as a Gap Inc merchandiser 11 years ago and has been part of the fashion world ever since. She has built up a substantial social media following, including over 1.1 million Instagram followers.

    Blair recognized how street style was shaping fashion and created Atlantic-Pacific in 2010 to help develop the conversation. Since then she has noticed the industry reshape from the inside out.

    Our first blog to focus on male fashion is One Dapper Street. This blog is the online home of Marcel Floruss – "a German dude who loves fashion and all that goes with it." Fashion is clearly Marcel's passion, and it has brought him from Germany to New York City.

    The Daileigh’s Ashleigh Hutchinson offers articles and courses to help her readers build the perfect closet. She aims to help women aged 20-70 to create a style they love. Ashleigh includes quite a few fashion eBooks on her site, as well as blog posts and beautiful fashion photography. She even holds online webinars to help people improve their fashion sense.

    Egg Canvas is the visual journal of NYC-based design director and photographer, Erica Choi. It focuses on fashion, beauty, travel, and lifestyle.

    Erica gained inspiration for the blog’s name from her childhood nickname that implied her face shape resembled that of an egg. She sees the words ‘egg’ and ‘canvas’ as working together to represent creating life as a blank canvas.

    Although the stereotypical fashion image is of an ultra-thin model showcasing the latest clothing designs, the reality is somewhat different. Few of us have the ultra-slim profile. Many people carry a few extra pounds and struggle to imagine themselves wearing what you typically see on the catwalk.

    Australian Sara Crampton (nee Donaldson) presents the Harper & Harley blog – ideal for those with minimalist tastes who love black, white and gray. Sara has run her blog since 2008. It follows the ‘less is more’ philosophy.

    My Fash Diary describes itself as a “style diary.”  It considers fashion to be what others decide is in, while style is what you believe is in.

    The blog’s editor is Chicago-born, Dubai-based Tala Samman who is of Syrian-heritage. Although the blog’s name indicates the importance of its fashion section, there are posts on beauty, food, and travel, as well as fashion.

    The Fashion Guitar is the online home of Dutch-born Charlotte Groeneveld-Van Haren. Charlotte is now a New York-based mother of two.

    Charlotte had worked with several fashion blogs in a former job, so decided that she would like to create one herself. With the arrival of her children, she also started to cater to mothers and mothers-to-be.

    Hello Fashion, by Christine Andrew, features a range of posts covering beauty, family, life, travel, and of course, fashion. Christine comes from Bogota, Colombia and is half Colombian, half American.

    She has been blogging since December 2011, initially sharing her favorite sales, buys, and fashion finds. She currently blogs from Salt Lake City. She has sold her own clothing line, ILY COUTURE since 2011.

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