Let me start this post off with a sort of disclaimer: I’m not a woman. Because of that, this article will inevitably be skewed in a certain way. I’m not a woman, so I don’t know what women want. Thus, I can only say what I think women want. But I’m pretty in tune with that. At least, that’s what I’ve been told. So have no fears!
I’ve gone through numerous style and fashion blogs aimed at women – yes, I did this willingly – and compiled a list of the most helpful and most informative ones out there. So if you’re a woman, or a man interested in woman’s fashion, then I implore you to trust my sense of judgment and check out these blogs. I guarantee you’ll be surprised by what you find.
Refinery29 is one of those all-inclusive fashion blogs that covers a lot of ground.
As I’m writing this article, just looking at the front page reveals the following – an overview of a particular fashion trend, shopping deals roundup, celebrity fashion slideshow, tips on how to wear sneaker heels, and so much more!
This blog updates multiple times per day, so it’s an understatement to say that Refinery29 has lots of content.
College Fashion is the quintessential blog for the college girl. Enough said.
It’s no stretch to say that this blog could function as your one-stop-shop for all things related to the female college experience. Not only are there tutorials and guides on how to dress well, but College Fashion teaches you the basics of cosmetic beauty and how to survive college.
Gone are the days of wearing a North Face jacket, dark leggings, and Ugg boots. It’s time to step up your game, college females, and set yourself apart from the rest!
Like the name implies, Corporate Fashionista is a blog all about how to stay stylish and fashionable in the workplace without being too loud and obnoxious.
The site is home to a number of guides that show you how to dress well depending on body type, season, and circumstance.
You won’t find much in the way of fashion news, but if you’re looking to learn how to be well-dressed in a corporate setting, look no further.
Women are as diverse as the snowflakes in a blizzard. Some are tiny, others are not, but all women struggle in one way or another to find clothing that fits their body type.
ExtraPetite is a blog for the tiny females that want to be fashionable. The runner of ExtraPetite is a self-proclaimed “very petite gal”, sizing in at under 5’ and weighing approximately 90 pounds. Clothing can be hard to find at that size, but she manages to do it – and she’s all about teaching you how to do it, too.
She also has a few helpful guides. For example, how to look taller and finding your ideal skirt length.
Led by a lone girl named Tania, What Would a Nerd Wear is a blog with daily posts detailing how to dress creatively when you have a limited wardrobe and tight budget.
With outfits ranging from casual to corporate, you’ll learn many different ways to spruce up your attire without having to watch your hard-earned cash spiral down the drain.
The blog is aimed at younger females that are between the college and post-graduate periods of life, but there’s plenty to learn for women from all walks in life.
Fashion can be an expensive hobby – or for those who are more serious about, it can be an expensive lifestyle.
In steps the Budget Fashionista, whose primary goal is to “help you live your best for less.” For the most part, that means teaching you how to dress well for less and notifying you of all the great deals and sales going on at any given time.
Every once in a while, she’ll also post about how to beautify yourself in other ways without spending too much money. For example, experience your own spa day for less than $50.
Most people think fashion is only applicable for the young, the fit, and the beautiful. Well, they’re wrong. Here comes Advanced Style, showing us all that all people can participate in fashion – even seniors!
The creator of Advanced Style says that he “roams the streets of New York looking for the most stylish and creative older folks“. Just take one look at his blog and your preconceptions about fashion being for the young will soon be blown apart.
Do you visit any women’s fashion blogs on a regular basis? If you think there’s a great blog that we’ve missed, share it with us in the comments!
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