Miami Fashion Bloggers You Need to Follow

The Culture Trip Presents 5 Miami Fashion Bloggers that will inspire you!
The Culture Trip Presents 5 Miami Fashion Bloggers that will inspire you!
Photo of Laurence Kidd
28 November 2016

It’s often difficult to decide what to wear and how to wear it, especially in Miami’s scorching mid-summer heat. Shorts and a tank top might cut it in other parts of Florida, but Miami has a palpable passion for trend-setting style and beauty. That said, finding your own look is often more difficult than it appears. Here, five Miami fashion bloggers you should be following in your quest for inspiration.

Ria Michelle

#LiveLikeRia: Having dedicated herself to a life of “wowing” online audiences and winning Instagram followers by the tens of thousands, Ria Michelle has been bestowed the prestigious title of The Authority on Miami Fashion by GUESS. A model, stylist, content creator and brand ambassador, Ria is clearly a woman of many talents, and her Miami-based fashion, lifestyle, and travel blog captures her wide array of interests. Anyone serious about trend-setting fashion needs to follow Ria.

Stephanie Cosmopolitan

Stephanie runs a Miami-based blog called The Lux Loft, with her goal being to inspire others through creativity and collaboration. Stephanie founded this fashion and beauty blog in 2015 and people are already singing her praises as The Lux Loft continues to gain momentum and followers from around the world. Like many of her colleagues, Stephanie has worked with many high-end companies and brands, including DELPOZO, Ferragamo, and Vogue Mexico.

Stay hydrated my friends. 💦 – Click the link in my bio to see my latest blog post on this dress. – 📷 @brotherjunior

A photo posted by The Lux Loft | Style • Travel (@stephaniecosmopolitan) on

Annie Vazquez

Voted Miami’s Top Fashion Blog by the Village Voice, The Fashion Poet is a style and travel blog written by journalist and fashion writer Annie Vazquez. Featured in respectively Vogue, People Magazine and Latina, Annie’s blog is one you don’t want to miss out. What makes Annie so unique is her versatility, dedication, and unique ability to lead and organize Miami’s blogging and fashion community. Annie was responsible for creating Miami’s first Fashion Bloggers Night Out, and she has also offered her time and talents to charitable efforts by organizing the Fashion for a Cause Campaign to raise money for breast cancer research. Annie truly has her finger on the pulse of Miami fashion, making The Fashion Poet a blog not to be ignored.

Maria Tettamanti

A native of New Jersey, Maria Tattamanti was raised by her Greek parents, and when they decided to move the family to sunny Coconut Grove in Miami, Maria began attending Ransom Everglades High School and then moved on to graduate from the University of Florida with a degree in journalism. While delivering expertly written articles about fashion and style trends, Maria also has a unique style of her own with which she inspires followers of her blog, The Wordy Girl. Maria has gained a global fan base, and The Wordy Girl now captivates readers worldwide.

Shopping… making women happy for hundreds of years 😜 (in @madewell1937 )

A photo posted by Maria Tettamanti (@mariatettamanti) on

Erika Thomas

Blah Blah Blonde: This is the name of yet another emerging Miami fashion blog. And the woman in charge is none other than Erika Thomas, a native of Norway and a self-professed lover of fashion, freelance writing, and life. Erika preaches the virtues of self-confidence and creativity to her followers while turning out a steady stream of fashion and style editorials. Erika uses her blog as a way to connect with her friends and followers. A social media wizard, Erika harnesses the marketing potential of Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter to draw readers to her blog.

Cookies Policy

We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements. To allow us to provide a better and more tailored experience please click "OK"