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5 Fashion Blogs that Everyone Needs to Read

Posted on September 05 2018

There are times when we wake up in the morning, look in the mirror and just don’t have that positive attitude about the way we see ourselves. Sometimes, we even feel that our clothes don’t feel right or look as cute as they once did. We are human, it happens. However, it’s reassuring to know that we are not alone in feeling this way and there are others out there, even fashionistas, who have had the same thoughts and feelings about their physical appearance and the way they look in their outfits. Many women have shared their own experiences to help others who are battling with body image issues. They enable women create an affirmative mindset about themselves. Here are five must-read stories if you are feeling down! 

 

Meet Ragini, a girl with an eye for fashion and a firm believer in body positivity. Her blog is different from the others, as she gives her readers a timeline of her personal style over the years. Ragini doesn’t believe in the idea of only wearing clothes that are flattering for plus size women, but rather thinks that anyone should be able to wear what they want and how they want, period. It has been featured in many notable publications such as The Huffington Post, Teen Vogue and The New York Times, to name a few. Not only are her images amazing, but her style choices are unbelievable!

 Images: curiousfancy.com

 

Filled with beautiful imagery and engaging content, Garnerstyle covers topics that appeal to almost everyone. Chasity Garner is a lifestyle and travel blogger, as well as a fashion guru. She shares her favorite pieces in her wardrobe and uses this platform as a personal travel diary. She has included a beauty section as well, providing a step-by-step process for tips like “how to get the perfect curls.” Chasity also gives fashion advice, such as which bra to wear for that beautiful summer dress hanging in your closet. Garnerstyle has been seen in Oprah.com,  the New York Times and Elle Magazine.

 Images: garnerstyle.com 

 

Her personality is as bold and lively as her red hair! Liz black has gotten some notoriety for P.S. It’s Fashion. She has been featured in City Magazine, Bustle and Refinery29, along with many more. Since 2007, Liz has been writing professionally about her favorite outfits and gives readers her reviews on the products she uses. She attends New York Fashion week every year, both in September and November to give her readers and inside scoop on the latest trends. Liz also opens up about struggling with body image, making her not only open and real with her audience, but relatable for anyone going through similar situations.

 Images: psitsfashion.com

 

Stephanie is a self-proclaimed nerd and body positive advocate from London, England. What started out as a beauty tips page in 2009 has turned into a fashion and lifestyle journal. What makes Nerd About Town unique is the “Thoughts” section, where Stephanie composes posts about her views on subjects like why we build emotional walls and how she learned to embrace her body and her unapologetic nature (read her article to understand why!). This is definitely as inspiring read if you’re looking for something to motivate you.

 Images: nerdabouttown.com

 

Do you love learning new fashion tips? Anna O’Brien not only shares them, but will also give you the motivation to love the skin you’re in. Each section is filled with advice, such as her fitness section, where she discusses her favorite workout gear that she uses. Anna’s tips and tricks discuss best products that can be used for specific issues, like how to prevent body chafing. She has travelled around the world and shares her journeys. This fashion-crazed woman is always inspiring in her posts, and her smile says confidence like no other!

Images: glitterandlazers.com

 

Wherever you are and whoever you are, there are people out there who are going through the same struggles and are here for support. These five blogs are encouraging and they provide insightful fashion tips and be more confident about your body in all of your ensembles. So, when you wake up and look in the mirror, don’t hate on yourself. Smile, put on your favorite jeans and remember, you are beautiful just the way you are!

 

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