With over hundreds of thousand fashion blogs and websites on the World Wide Web, it can be hard to decide which ones are worth adding to your favorites. Many of them post the latest "trends" and "street styles" of New York City, but are they really the latest and the best? Are their sources as creditable as others? Do they really know the ins and outs of the fashion industry? These are only a few questions Styleshack asked in order to make a list of the top six fashion sites that are worth following.
Some say this is the only website you need to follow, besides Styleshack of course. Not only do they cover fashion and beauty, but they have a “Living” and “News” section as well. This site is the perfect style blog for college students. They even have a “College” section on their site, but the overall content is already geared towards those in their 20’s and 30’s. Check out this site for styling tips, affordable items, and to read about new and upcoming designers.
Affiliated with New York Magazine, this site is mostly known for it’s fabulous tips and insight into the beauty industry. The Cut has all the latest fashion news and can keep you up to date with news such as, "J.Crew’s Mickey Drexler Joins Warby Parker’s Board." Also, from runway looks to street style to designers, The Cut has all the info you need to get the inside look into the glamorous industry.
Her Campus is an online, college lifestyle magazine for women! It features articles on careers, life, love, health, and of course, fashion and beauty! Not only do they have the national website which features trends and tips for the everyday Collegiettes, but they have individual chapters with college campuses which feature their own campus style!
Who What Wear
Who What Wear is a great site for many reasons. They often have guest editors such as January Jones, Emma Stone, Ashley Olson, and Katie Holmes. They have the most helpful "How To’s" out there, such as “How to Cuff Your Jeans Like a Pro” and “Your Guide to Wearing Midi Skirts the Right Way." The Street Style posts are the best for getting inspiration for your own OTD, and their "Fashion Trends" will have you out hunting for those latest styles.
College Fashionista is a great website for street style! The content is simply pictures taken of the most fashionable women on and around college campuses. It is a great site for gathering inspiration and ideas to incorporate into your own look. This site has representatives on college campuses, so you never know, you and your friends could be featured!
The Man Repeller
"Good fashion is about pleasing women, not men, so as it happens, the trends that we love, men hate. And that is fantastic," Leandra Medine said, fashion blogger and founder of The Man Repeller. The site is all about dressing for yourself, not for the men. Posts which are often times read as humorous, are for those interested in serious fashion and the art which plays a role in the industry.