So you’ve watched yesterday’s How To Rock Your Look #AWAPwednesday video and you’re feeling inspired to get inspired! Step one of vamping up your look is drawing inspiration from fashion bloggers, people whose literal jobs are to look fabulous. Follow the advice of the AWAP video closely and don’t start to feel stuck, though. Remember: you do not need to spend lots of money and change your physical appearance to look like these fashion inspirations. They are just here to help you get an idea of what looks you’d like to emulate!

 

First thing’s first

If you don’t know what Bloglovin’ is, don’t worry, most people don’t. But basically Bloglovin’ is like twitter for blogs. You follow a bunch of fashion bloggers that you love and every time they post it pops up on your Bloglovin’ feed. It’s a great way to make sure you don’t miss anything new.

 

(A really fun sidenote: Bloglovin’ isn’t just for fashion blogs, even though that’s one of its primary uses. You can also follow Jenni there by typing in ChronicBabe in the search bar!)

 

As soon as you start your Bloglovin’ account I would recommend following Lookbook.nu. Lookbook is essentially a dumping ground for amazing looks. Fashion bloggers and fashionable people from all over the world will upload their latest look to the site, just like the photo below from Lookbook. If you follow it on Bloglovin’ select looks posted to the site will come right to your feed. It’s a great way to not only see a quick look for inspiration but to find fashion bloggers you love that you can then follow.

 

Some of my faves

Here are some of my favorite fashion bloggers. You might love them all, you might hate them all – it’s up to you to decide what aesthetic you want on your Bloglovin’ page and follow bloggers who fall into that look!

 

Happily Grey

A clean, bohemian-chic blogger.

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Can’t get over this dress, tbh. And I’m always on the look out for statement dresses – flowy and loose is the way all clothing should be!  

 

Hanna Stefansson

Simple, Netherlands chic.

 

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Neon Blush

One of the first blogs I ever followed. Fashionable daily wear and a swimsuit focus.

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This whole look is fire. 

 

Man Repeller

Man Repeller is on a whole ‘nother level. Her website is more than a blog – Leandra Medine has created a fashion empire that’s all about not giving any f***s what people think. Follow for her fashion advice but also for her bad-assery. She is a must follow for her great sense of humor and very practical tips (Big Boob Styling 101, for example).

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She’s just kind of amazing. 

 

Some other amazing bloggers to check out

There are so many bloggers out there with so many unique styles. It’s up to you to find ones you identify with or want to emulate!

 

Le-Happy

For the goth, punk-rock chic within.

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Totally obsessed with this skirt.

 

Tanesha Awasthi

For the girl who wants to be fashionable but please, please let it be comfy too!

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B. Jones Style

For the denim-obsessed, vintage-loving, hat-wearing, thrifty babe.

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Denim on denim is not dead

 

Nicolette Mason

For the girly-girl who loves shiny accessories and pink.

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Une femme d’un certain age

As the blog title indicates (literal translation: a woman of a certain age) this is for those over 50 women who want to be reminded that yes, they can look sexy and stylish at any age.

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Galla

For eye-candy and for giving your man some inspo too.

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And just for fun

Small, but mighty. These girls have better fashion sense than me and I am not ashamed of it. But I do like seeing them pop up on my Instagram feed 🙂

 

Miss Gabby

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I would unashamedly 100% copy this look.

 

Baby Elle

Say yes to twinning!

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Are you feeling inspired? Let us know who your favorite fashion bloggers are in the comments below!

 

This post was written by Alix Kramer, ChronicBabe intern and a proud ChronicBabe.