Best of the Web: Style Blogs of the Week no. 78
Another fantastic edition of Be in Style’s Best of the Web, brought to you by the PocketChange lifestyle blog. This week we’ve got an extravagant collection of fashion aficionados to share with all of you. These bloggers know style, and they’re here to share their musings and observations – we’re sure they’re going to inspire you to take your own style to new heights!
“I like to think of myself as a citified woman during the day, working and enjoying the hustle and bustle of New York City, and transforming into a crafty suburbanite after 12 hours away from home. Almost seven years ago during a night of crafting and then reflecting, Sheilaz-CTK began as a platform for sharing my love of crocheting, which has evolved into all that is crafty and sewing-related. Sewing garments was a major learning curve for me, despite sewing home decor for years, but after sewing garments for the past five years, I am enamored with creating garments for myself and family. However, I can be found happily dabbling in a multitude of crafts, from soap making to glass painting and still squeezing in a lil more crafting. I mean seriously … my soul isn’t at rest unless I am creating. With all that said, my blog is about sharing my crafty life.”
“I’m a crafty crafter for sure and dabble in all kinds of fun things that I share on Amaryllis Log. I also chronicle life through my camera lens, from full-fledged excursions out in the world to my humble backyard. I believe we all need a purpose in life and have a need to accomplish and create. I seek the “art” of “craft” as a passion and a purpose.”
“My blog is where I keep memories of the little things that make every day special, be it outfits, DIYs or recipes – I’m no Jamie Oliver, but I can never say no to a slice of homemade Victoria sponge! When I started blogging, I didn’t have a clue what I was doing, but with every post and comment I learn a little more! I love that with blogging there is no limit to what you learn, as it will keep developing and expanding. I adore the fact that my blog is 100 percent me; there is no one looming over my shoulder telling me to do this and that. Of course, I make mistakes, but that means I can look back and learn from them … just once I’ve finished giggling at that outfit that I can’t believe I ever wore, let alone took pictures of!”
“I began Haute Muslimah after becoming a mother and realizing I needed a creative outlet for myself. Women who dress modestly, or conservatively, often have a difficult time coming up with clothing option and ideas on how to dress. So I started writing about modest fashion in 2009 as a way to give women who love fashion, and their religion, a place to find ideas on modest style. I focus on high fashion, couture and runway, and show you how to take trends and style them in a more conservative way. Through blogging, I’ve been able to freelance write for, and be featured in different magazines, work with Lucky Magazine, attend industry events, and even be published in a book!”
“The Dapper Bun is my collection of budget-friendly accoutrements, with the occasional luxury item thrown in. I also love all things vintage, including hair styles, fashion, makeup, accessories, and silhouettes. I also have a bunny who loves the camera.”
“My blog is pretty simple. I like fashion but am not controlled by it. Because I work in a law office in Park City, Utah (ski town and still small), my items of clothing are not fancy but they are stylish and classic. I like JCREW a lot and most of my wardrobe is just that. So, I give a review of my items and put outfits together based on what I have in my closet. I also love to do outdoor things so I will blog about camping (Grand Canyon), road biking or whatever catches my fancy. I am down to earth in what I put together for outfits (meaning, if you don’t have a job in the fashion industry, you can basically follow what I have and the other blogs I follow (except for a few fancy fancy blogs).”
“My blog as an experiment in discovering my personal style. I’m a young teacher who loves clothes and loves looking young and modern, yet professional. I show how a limited wardrobe built with limited funds can create limitless style possibilities. The experiment is still going strong!”
“Inspired by a few of the wonderful style blogs out there and the amazing fashionistas behind them, I started my own humble fashion blog in August 2010. My blog is my personal style diary where I share my own take on fashion, style and everything creative with other like-minded people from all over the world. This blog has given me confidence in experimenting with style, encouraged me to try out things I may not have done otherwise, given me a sense of belonging among the many fashion-conscious bloggers around, given me some great friends in those lovely ladies and provided me with wonderful opportunities to interact with other people all around the world professionally and personally! And I’m glad to have innumerable readers, followers and avid supporters of this humble attempt at sharing my passion with the world who encourage me to go on.”
“I am your everyday high school student who dedicates the time to ensure that my wardrobe is always clean and tidy, and is constantly lusting for new/vintage clothes. Silky Bow is a fashion blog where I document my daily outfits, blog about the little treasures that I encounter, as well as reminisce about the scrumptious food that I eat.”
“I would describe my blog as being on the cool side of kitsch, a little bit of everything I hold dear: vintage fashion, pinup girls, thrifting, styling, and fur babies. I hope to provide fashion inspiration and aesthetic enjoyment.”
So much sensational style is sure to spark a bit of inspiration! At Become.com you can find everything you need, featuring a limitless supply of fun and exciting items like these personalized wedding invitations.