Fashion Bloggers from Budapest

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28 June 2017

With a small yet well established blogging community, Budapest is home to plenty of great fashion blogs filled with inspiration, tips and catwalk coverage. From personal style bloggers to websites offering an overview of the city’s fashion scene, check out these stylish fashion bloggers from the Hungary‘s capital capital.

The Spoiled Queen

The Spoiled Queen was created in 2010 as a fashion and travel blog to allow its founder to share her experiences as she emigrated from Poland to Hungary. Since then, it’s expanded into an online magazine all about Budapest, acting as a stylish city guide. However, the focus on fashion remains and The Spoiled Queen is a great place to go to learn about the latest trends in the Hungarian capital, covering everything from catwalk shows to brands to look out for.

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Founded in 2009 by illustrator and blogger Rebeka, Larinne features everything from outfit posts and collaborations with brands and designers such as F&F, to travel diaries and lifestyle features. With a love for vintage clothing and bold patterns, Rebeka’s style is eclectic and fun, and while her blog is written in Hungarian, it’s also image heavy – meaning even non-Hungarian speakers will find plenty to appreciate amid her stylish musings.

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Inspired Life by Jutta

Written in English and Hungarian, Inspired Life by Jutta is run by Budapest resident Jutta, and features primarily fashion-themed posts, including plenty of outfit shots. With a laidback style focused on well put together, wearable outfits, her posts largely feature high street brands and show that great style can easily be obtained on a budget.

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Festy in Style

Festy in Style has been up and running since 2009, and claims the title of the first outfit blog in Hungary. Having attended shows from designers such as Gucci, Versace and DKNY, as well as collaborating with brands such as L’Oréal, Adidas and Louis Vuitton, it’s safe to say Festy in Style is one of Hungary’s best established fashion blogs. While the majority of her posts are written in Hungarian, the images speak for themselves – expect super-stylish outfit posts alongside travel and lifestyle features.

Nora Aradi

Since beginning as a blogger back in 2012, Budapest native Nora has grown a loyal following both on her website and her Lookbook page. Her style is both accessible and well put together, with outfits usually sourced from the high street. Thanks to her job as a model, Nora’s outfit photos are beautifully posed and will make you want to run out and buy every item she’s wearing, stat!

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Chloe From the Woods

From the first visit to Chloe From the Woods and onwards, it’s clear that stunning photography is a key feature of this carefully curated blog. An image-focused fashion site run by blogger Dorottya and named after a childhood friend, this beautifully laid out website features dreamy images of Dorottya’s beautifully put together style.

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Lust for Luster by Hédinke

A blogger, YouTuber and Budapest resident, Hédi’s blog Lust for Luster by Hédinke focuses on fashion, with a sprinkling of lifestyle, travel and more. Joy Magazine x F&F named her their Emerging Blogger of the Year for 2016, and a scroll through her blog leaves little doubt as to why. Light, bright and beautiful photography combined with an impeccable sense of style make this fashion blog well worth following.

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Fifty Pairs Of Shoes

An award-winning personal style blogger from Budapest, Vivien Nagy runs fashion blog Fifty Pairs of Shoes. While written in Hungarian, there are plenty of well composed, expertly styled images to browse through for some serious fashion inspiration. With a clean and simple style accentuated by interesting accessories and unique details, Vivien’s looks are accessible and fresh.

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