The fashion industry is vast, encompassing, and extremely visual. This is why online platforms have been successful as a niche for blogging. Fashion content is more than what people share on their Instagram and has become a huge part of people’s lives.

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many websites and blogs that have plenty of trendy fashion innovations with high-quality photographs to accompany them. These are designed to inspire you in the morning when you open your wardrobe or for your next shopping haul.

They are the best place to gather all the information you may need to see what is trending this year before you go to purchase your clothing. You will also be able to learn more about patterns, colors, and fabrics.

Here are some of the most successful fashion bloggers that can help you wade through the fashion industry with ease.

Blair Eadie who is recognized in the industry as a true fashion influencer. She started in the industry as a merchandiser for Gap Inc and then left to build her own successful fashion platform.

Blair has been shaping street style fashion since 2010 in a unique way. She has managed to work with all sorts of internationally recognized brands like Sephora, Gucci, CoverGirl, Target, Nordstorm, and plenty of others. Her keen fashion sense has led to collaborations with global campaigns with Elle, Vogue, Refinery 29, Harper’s Bazaar, and many more.

Her website is a visual platform where you can see all sorts of eye-catching colors, patterns, and trends for yourself. She discusses many different topics on her website which can help you such as color combinations, summer trends, shopping hauls, patterns, and much more!

launched by Carmen Hilton, an Australian style expert, in 2011. The platform is designed to be a daily pit stop for everything related to real lifestyle choices. A professional team of fashion experts and Carmen curate the blog in such a way that women all over the world can get great content with even better visuals.

The website features hundreds of the coolest women around the world and highlights their clothing and outfit daily. The website is also designed to educate followers on beauty and fashion tricks and tips that can help them level up their fashion game.

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They have plenty of articles and content on skincare, accessories, shopping guides, hairstyles, styling, and others. You will never run of content to read and apply to your life.

launched by Ashleigh Hutchinson who wanted to help her readers to create the perfect closet. Her website is designed for women aged 20-70 who want a style they can fall in love with. Ashleigh has also written plenty of eBooks on fashion, as well as posted several blog posts and fashion photography on her website. You can even join in on her webinar which is designed to help people improve their fashion sense.

The Daileigh has many ‘How to’ articles which are often very specific and helpful for different members of the audiences. For example, she has three different articles on how to wear shorts when you are 40, 50, and 60 respectively. There are plenty of other types of articles on building your wardrobe, seasonal trends, and styling.

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talented photographer and NYC-based design director called Erica Choi. The website is focused on travel, lifestyle, fashion, and beauty. Egg Canvas is predominantly a visual blog and the text just acts as a complementary piece for explanations –if necessary.

The blog shares articles on different topics such as morning routines, beauty, skincare, product reviews, travel, fashion, food, and more! The website also covers events as such New York Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week