If there’s anything that style stars like Camille Co, Chiara Ferragni, Aimee Song, and Tricia Gosingtian all have in common, it would be this: they all have a fashion blog! These fashion girls—whose blogs are still alive and well, BTW—have been influencing our style since the Internet was born, and now, they make up today’s hottest fashion icons.
Ahead, let these five top bloggers’ insanely good style inspire your next #OOTDs!
Camille Co of Camille Tries to Blog
Camille Co may be an O.G. Filipina blogger, but she still remains to be one of the most influential ones today. Her style can go from seriously edgy to purely feminine, with trendy pieces usually thrown in the mix. If you love experimenting with clothes, look no further than Camille’s versatile style for inspo!
Chiara Ferragni of the Blonde Salad
With her recently concluded epic wedding in Italy, it’s highly unlikely that you haven’t heard this style star’s name lately. Chiara Ferragni, who has over 14.9 million followers and counting, started her career through her fashion blog The Blonde Salad. Since then, she has been an icon in the fashion industry, inspiring the wardrobes of many with her daring yet chic style.
Tricia Gosingtian of Tricia Will Go Places
Since the early ‘00s, Tricia Gosingtian has been our style peg for all things sophisticated and cute (recently, one of her #OOTDs even became the inspo for To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’s Lara Jean’s girly wardrobe). If your closet is mainly composed of loose dresses and printed pieces, you better keep following this stylish lady!
Leandra Medine of Man Repeller
Leandra Medine’s style is never boring. Known for her eye-catching eclectic style, the founder of fashion blog Man Repeller will remind you that fashion is fun! With over 717k followers on her personal account (and 2 million on Man Repeller’s), she’s currently one of the major fashion influencers in the world.
Brittany Xavier of Thrifts and Threads
Let Brittany be your style peg if you’re a cool, edgy and sexy kind of fashion gal (think: sultry bralettes with sophisticated pantsuits!). Known for pairing expensive retail pieces with thrift finds (hence the blog name), Brittany is relatable to many. Because let’s face it: not everyone can afford high fashion pieces IRL. P.S. With her bob haircut and strong brows, it’s also easy to mistake her as Dua Lipa.