Blogs for a stylish you

Follow these fashion gurus to look and feel great

By Author  |  Published: 12th Jan 2019  10:29 pm

Are you overwhelmed with fashion and trends haphazardly thrown your way through media and commercials. Well, you aren’t alone. Especially if you have no particular inclination or time to invest in reading up about how best to pair your jeans with tanks tops or which colour is in vogue right now. Head to these blogs for your quick-fix guide.

The Frugality
When you have bills to pay, splurging on fashion is not an option for many. Blogger Alex does not believe investing in high-end brands, but rather, suggests how one can have the best attire in limited budget. As the name of the blog suggests, frugal is the way to go. Being sensible and stylish is what Alex preaches to all her readers.

Ashley Weston
It is indeed rare to find an exclusive menswear stylist. Make way for Ashley Weston, a celebrity stylist, who The New York Times has called, ‘The Woman Who Dresses Hollywood’s Leading Men’. Known for her red carpet and movie looks, she imparts her knowledge about menswear styling via this blog. Her list of celebrity clients include Harrison Ford, Chadwick Boseman, Vince Vaughn and others.

Inside Out Style
A certified image consultant from Australia, Imogen Lamport wants to cater to stay-at-home moms and corporate executives alike. She emphasises that everyone should get out that door looking and feeling great. A body shape quiz is what makes this blog interesting and relatable over its contemporaries.

Front Door Fashion
Hate shopping in crowded malls? Do not worry. Front Door Fashion brings the best of high-street fashion curated by personal stylists to your doorstep. The detailed style notes by stylists will help upping your trend game. One can either choose to wear the ‘set look’ or experiment a little by mixing and matching separates.

The Daileigh
Blogger Ashleigh describes her motive on The Daileigh by saying that she wishes to include women in the age group of 20-70 years to be more stylish. Confidence and style go hand in hand and there are a few ways to make one’s wardrobe functional yet trendy.