5 Fashion Bloggers From Sacramento to Watch

Haleys style
Haley's style | © Haley Titus
Deanna Morgado

In Sacramento, California, bloggers use their fashion expertise to create blogs that highlight new and resurrected trends. They also share personal experiences of the city’s fashion culture and what it means to them. These top Sacramento fashion bloggers open up a world where dressing for any body type is possible, frugality is encouraged, and fashion risks seem possible.

Katchet Jackson-Henderson

After years of fashion blogging under the brand The Lipstick Giraffe, Katchet Jackson-Henderson’s blog expanded to style consulting and other services under the name The Katchet Life. Kachet’s style is modern with eye-catching colors and textures. Her blog ranges from how-to’s like “How to Style a Leopard Coat” and advice on overcoming insecurities that often pair with trying a new, edgier look. Her expertise in fashion and trends landed her guest seats on local Sacramento shows like Good Day Sacramento’s Fashion Forum and Studio 40.

Haley Titus

Sacramento local Haley Titus runs the fashion blog Colour Me Classic. As the title suggests, Haley exhibits a love of neutral colors and classic, minimalistic style in her blog. Her clothing features timeless outfits and looks for a range of body types. Features of Haley Titus and her blog made appearances on Sacramento’s Girls on the Grid and got online recognition by Refinery 29. Haley maintains her personal hopes of creating a space for women to be whoever they wish through their own style.

Haley’s style

Kathleen Myers

Ultra-feminine fashion blogger Kathleen Myers works to create her blog, Kathleen’s Closet, as an outlet for all things girly and fashion-forward. Drawing on those who inspire her—namely Audrey Hepburn, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Lauren Conrad—Kathleen’s classic yet innovative style pushes boundaries while remaining harmoniously innocent. Kathleen’s Closet also hosts its own YouTube channel that presents “all things cute.”

Kathleen is all things girly

Vanessa Labi

Sacramento-based fashion and lifestyle blogger Vanessa Labi brings a fresh outlook to fashion and blogging itself. Babe-Sicle was created by Vanessa to show her love of patterns and boho-chic trends. She often walks us through ways to revamp an old wardrobe with only a few adjustments. Her blog blossomed into a full lifestyle outlet discussing fashion, community, travel, and even breakups. Local media, such as City Scout Magazine and Serious Talk. Seriously. podcast, featured Vanessa and her posts, while her national recognition comes from mentions and writings in URB Magazine, Mend, and Daily Bruin.

Katie Curler

Master of secondhand shopping, Katie Curler created her blog, Thrift Your Heart Out, to encourage and advise frugal shoppers on how to stay on-trend. “Outfit of the Day” entries, lookbooks, videos, and thrifty inspirations make up most of Thrift Your Heart Out posts. Katie’s keen eye for promising secondhand looks and ability to show curvier women wearable styles granted her a loyal following of over 7,000 on Instagram. Sacramento Business Journal featured Katie’s penny-pinching fashion knowledge and blogs in 2014, 2015, and a third-time focus in 2016.

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