If you’re the sort of person who loves fashion, then you know what it can be like financially. You’re continually browsing designer websites, looking for the latest item to buy.
The good news, though, is that you can often learn a lot from blogs about what to wear, where to buy it, and how to save money.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of the most exciting fashion blogs out there and why you should check them out.
Fashion Beans launched in 2007 and has become something of a superheavyweight in the space. The blog grew from humble beginnings to become one of the most celebrated men’s fashion blogs on the internet, churning out dozens of fascinating articles every day.
What’s interesting about the site is its emphasis on what looks good and what doesn’t. It is a fashion site – don’t misunderstand – but its main focus is on education, rather than clothes. The philosophy behind it seems to be; there’s no point spending the money on high-fashion if you’re not going to look good in it.
The New York Times Men’s Style
The New York Times might be going out of business according to the US president, but its fashion blog could be here to stay for a long time. The reason?
The company has put in an immense amount of effort into making fashion trends newsworthy – and it’s succeeded.
The lead editor for the column, Jim Windolf, started the blog in 2015 when it became clear that online engagement was the direction in which the paper had to go. The New York Times was ridiculously late to the party, but it arrived in style – no pun intended.
What makes the blog interesting is its predictions, news about high-quality t-shirts for men, and how to develop your style.
Oh, and it also includes a rundown of the latest developments in the fashion industry, for those of you who like that sort of thing.
In case you didn’t guess from the name, Upscale Hype is a fashion blog which focuses almost exclusively on celebrity style.
What makes the site interesting is what the editors decide is newsworthy and what isn’t.
The blog has a knack for finding the latest trends and celebrity looks and spelling them out in a way that the public can enjoy.
Highsnobiety was one of the founding fathers of men’s fashion blogs, setting up shop in the mid-2000s before blogs came into their own.
The website is a showcase in the art of running a fashion blog. It never takes itself too seriously. Instead, it tries to communicate with readers on their level, always covering the new and hip topics from the fashion industry.
Because the editors of the site have so much experience, stories come with a lot of context.
You soon find out whether something is original and new or just a rebranding of something else that’s gone before. It’s an exciting mix of news stories and fashion commentary.