Gal Meets Glam
While studying business in college, Julia started Gal Meets Glam as a way to showcase her creativity. She started the blog as a novice, spending hours researching HTML coding and watching YouTube video tutorials on how to use DSLR cameras. After graduating, she landed a job in San Francisco, maintaining the blog as if it was her second job. Hours were spent networking, answering emails, reaching out to brands and growing her social media presence. In 2013, she took the plunge and began running the blog full-time. Keep up with all of Julia’s adventures by following her on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Girl With Curves
Tanesha started Girl With Curves to empower women to wear what they love and prove that they can wear anything in which they feel good. As a wife, mom, licensed esthetician and trendsetter, Tanesha uses the blog to share beauty secrets, confidence tips, and her own personal style, which she calls “classic meets fashion forward.” She believes that the best outfit a girl can wear is confidence, and she is a passionate supporter of movements that encourage women to have a positive body image. Follow Tanesha on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, and check out the Girl With Curves YouTube channel.
While working as a merchandiser for Gap, Blair decided to start her blog, Atlantic-Pacific, as a hobby. It has evolved into a place where she shares outfits, tips, and style inspiration. She loves all things feminine and rarely goes without her fashion essentials—bold colored lipstick, high heels, and sunglasses. She has worked with brands such as CoverGirl®, Tory Burch, Nordstrom, and Gucci and has been featured in both online and print publications that include Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Who What Wear, and Refinery29. You can find Blair on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.
Leather & Lip Gloss
What started as a “let’s see how this goes” venture has now become a fashion and beauty blog that is finally gaining momentum for Leena. She began her blog, Leather & Lip Gloss, in 2012, and in 2016, she launched her own style website for women, The Style Spectrum. Between the two sites, Leena shares her favorite looks, products, ideas, and fashion expertise. She also offers personal style consultations that can be done in person or via email. As a mom and wife, she also incorporates tidbits of her personal life and the struggles she faces to maintain a fashion blog while caring for two young children. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.
In 2010, Rachel started her Pink Peonies blog as a way to document her first year of marriage. After her wedding was on the cover of Utah Valley Brides Magazine, women across the country began asking about the makeup and clothing that Rachel was wearing in the wedding images she blogged about, which, in turn, increased traffic on her blog. Major fashion brands in cities such as Los Angeles and New York started to take notice of Rachel, and she’s been running Pink Peonies full-time for three years. The blog offers tips and ideas on how to bring beauty into everyday life, focusing on the areas of fashion, beauty, and home décor. Rachel also has her own clothing line, which you can shop online. Check out Pink Peonies on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Geared towards working women, Mary’s fashion blog, Memorandum, takes classic corporate pieces and converts them into stylish professional outfits that don’t fit standard office attire rules. By breaking these rules, Mary encourages women to explore their personal style and teaches them how to make the most of their business wardrobes. The blog goes beyond fashion, offering inspiration in the areas of beauty, weddings, fitness, and travel. Follow Memorandum on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat.
Southern Pearls & Curls
A native of North Carolina, Caitlin started her blog, Southern Pearls & Curls, during her junior year of college as a creative outlet to express her passion for fashion, beauty, and fitness. After receiving a Nikon D3000 camera as a Christmas gift, she narrowed the focus of her blog to be solely about fashion content. The 5’3″ blogger recently got engaged to fiancé Chris and documented their proposal story on the blog. Keep up to date with Caitlin by following her on Instagram and Twitter.
Plus-size fashion blogger Kristine hasn’t let her curvy figure stop her from being stylish. Her blog, Trendy Curvy, documents her outfits, which range from casual everyday looks to dressy date night ensembles. She started the blog in 2013 with the catch phrase, “A curvy girl living in a trendy world.” The site is a tribute to full-figured fashionistas and has been featured in publications such as Glamour, Essence, and People StyleWatch. Take a peek into Kristine’s trendy world by checking out her pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.