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10 Fashion Bloggers From Atlanta You Need to Follow

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Updated: 24 January 2018
Although Atlanta is a major cultural hub of the Deep South, it’s not necessarily known for its fashion scene. But these stylish fashion bloggers are on a mission to bring Atlanta to the forefront of the fashion conversation. Whether you’re searching for fashion trends, wellness tips, or culinary ideas in the city, check out these 10 fashion-forward style influencers.

Mattie James

Mattie James, blogging since 2008, is now a full-time fashion and lifestyle influencer in Atlanta. From beauty regimens and seasonal must-haves to blogger tutorials, Mattie James is the go-to blog to help create your stylish lifestyle. Have questions about marketing and branding in the blogosphere? Mattie James shares her experiences in her daily podcast.

Waiting on Martha/Mandy Kellogg

Founder and creative director, Mandy Kellogg was a Chicago resident before relocating to Atlanta in 2011. The name of her blog pays homage to her favorite personality, Martha Stewart. It started with a desire to bring all the things that she loves to one place. Now, Waiting on Martha is your must-follow source for beauty, style, home, and culinary hot spots. Mandy’s style is playful, yet chic. She believes Waiting on Martha will help you discover your unique style.

Millennielle/Coco Bassey

Coco Bassey is redefining what it means to be a fashionable millennial in Atlanta. Acting as her “visual diary,” Millennielle includes seasonal style guides, her travel style, and her favorite must-have accessories. Captivating photography captures her out and about in Atlanta and other major cities. In addition to style inspiration, the blog includes food recipes, beauty, and wellness techniques.

My Style Vita/Jessica Camerata

Its literal meaning is “my style life.” Curated by Jessica Camerata, My Style Vita showcases the ways in which style can be added to every facet of your life. In addition to stylish and sleek looks, Jessica offers up her favorite recipes, must-have home décor, and even her favorite ways to save money.

It’s Arkeedah/Arkeedah McCormick

Author, style and beauty expert, Arkeedah sets out to give her readers on It’s Arkeedah a fresh take on what’s “haute and what’s not” in the world of fashion. Her look is all about mixing and matching to create signature outfits while curating an effortless look. Staying ahead of the trends, Arkeedah has made a name for herself in Atlanta and beyond.

Society of Harlow/Crystal Daniels

Crystal Daniels takes one look and styles it three ways on her blog, Society of Harlow. It’s a new twist on music, fashion, style, and fitness. In Crystal’s “society,” looks are inspired by music, and “style is not determined by price tags or size.”

Lush to Blush/Megan Elliott

Lush to Blush is a small peek into Megan’s “fashion-obsessed life.” A collection of beauty tutorials, exciting travel, and home décor, Lush to Blush is more than a style blog. In addition to her blog, Megan Elliott is also a web designer and recently co-founded a full-service media agency.

Simply Sabrina/Sabrina Nooruddin Molu

Born and raised in Atlanta, Sabrina has been blogging since 2013. Her love for creativity and fashion helped her launch Simply Sabrina. Her fashion style is fun with a touch of glam. In addition to fashion-forward looks, the blog features travel adventures, easy recipes, and wellness tips.

The Curvy Fashionista/Marie Denee

Founder of the digital community of body-positive fashion, The Curvy Fashionista, Marie Denee is shifting the conversation in the fashion industry. She founded the site “to give plus-size women a space to find everything that can make them feel and look good.” Her style is glam with a touch of rock.

Edit by Lauren/Lauren Lefevre

Lauren Lefevre took her love for fashion and her keen eye for styling and turned it into a successful blog. Edit by Lauren is not only a beautifully curated blog with shopping advice but also doubles as a styling agency. The stylists at Edit by Lauren believe “each person gains self-confidence and dignity when they look and feel their best.”