Kayla Seah is the blogger behind Not Your Standard. Kayla has a fashion design and communication degree and has lived in both New York for a summer and Berlin for three years. Now based in Toronto, Kayla has a minimalist approach to design and style, which she says “makes her looks achievable.” She has over 200,000 Instagram followers and has collaborated with brands like Sephora, Jimmy Choo, and Calvin Klein.
Ania B is a style and travel blog by Ania Boniecka and her partner, Tyler Stalman. It’s a “creative platform to showcase their work, travel and sartorial endeavors through the medium of photography and video.” Ania’s classic yet quirky look is always complemented by her sharp bob. She established her blog when she started modeling, as it allowed her to combine her own voice with her one love—fashion. Ania and Tyler split their time between Toronto, Calgary, and L.A.
A Vancouver-based fashion blog, Alicia Winnett is Alicia Fashionista. She began the blog in 2008, and now it’s her full-time job. Alicia says her blog is for the millennial everywoman who believes confidence is the best accessory. Her fashion is as relatable and down-to-earth as her writing style. Check out Alicia Fashionista for an instant pick-me-up.
Xander Vintage is a blog by born-and-bred Vancouverite Alanna Durkovich. It focuses on her unique take on urban street style. Alanna likes to push the boundaries by mixing trends, contrasting colors and having fun with fashion. She’s also well known for her ever-changing hair color. On her blog, Alanna mentions that it’s been “every color of the rainbow.”
Erin Elizabeth is a fashion and lifestyle blogger based in Ottawa. Her blog is where she shares tips and tricks to inspire other girls to feel their best—inside and out. She includes fashion videos on Erin Elizabeth too, which highlight her casual and chic style.
Toronto-based blogger Jonathan Cavaliere recently said on Instagram that he would describe his style as laid-back sophistication, which is personified when he pairs tailored suits with sneakers. The menswear enthusiast has been named Canada’s Sharpest Man, so Mr Cavaliere is undoubtedly the male fashion blogger to turn to for advice on men’s fashion, grooming, and lifestyle.
To Vogue or Bust is about living life to the fullest through travel, embracing your style, and being your best self. Alexandra Grant is the blogger behind Vancouver’s To Vogue or Bust, which has partnered with brands like Aritzia, Airbnb, KLM, and Forever21. She has an effortless and classic style, which pairs well with her traveling tendencies. Stop by for both fashion and travel inspiration.
Becky Kung is the blogger behind Canadian fashion and travel blog, Velvet & Vino. Founded in 2012 by Becky and her husband, the blog focuses on personal style, as well as daily musings and travel inspiration. Becky has also collaborated with several brands and has made appearances on different TV networks. The pair’s travels have taken them to places such as Dubai, the Caribbean, South Africa, and Europe.
Sam and Cailli Beckerman are identical twin sisters and street-style bloggers. Their blog features designer finds from exclusive brands like Coach, Moschino, and Chanel. They have 168,000 followers on Instagram, who follow along for the style as well as the twin’s antics. For Canadian bloggers with a couture look on life, the Beckerman Blog is for you.
Gabrielle Lacasse is the editor-in-chief of Dentelle & Fleurs, a Montreal-based fashion blog. She shares stories on both her blog and her YouTube channel. Her style is vintage-inspired with a definite French twist. Gabrielle writes informative lifestyle posts, as well as handy and inspirational fashion articles, like her Throwback Thursday series.
The lion hunters are two siblings in Halifax: Mo and Ten Handahu. Their surname means Lion Hunter, but they say that metaphorically they’re “hunting the majestic in ourselves and within the world around us.” The brother-sister combo is informative and infectious from a reader’s perspective. Mo knows how to dress her curves in colorful and clashing combinations, while Ten isn’t afraid of a bit of color either.