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Five Personal Style Bloggers We Love!

You can’t go web surfing without coming across a unique fashion blog. There are various types of fashion blogs including fashion news, street style, and do it yourself. However, the most popular fashion blog category is the personal style blog.

Style bloggers share their favorite fashions and document their choices in style.  The key to being a great personal style blogger is knowing what garments works for you, having the ability to take risks with trends, having an original niche, taking great photos, and having an obsession with everything Vogue related.

Here are five personal style bloggers that inspired us and keep us coming back to their style diaries on a daily basis...

1. Karen Blanchard of Where Did You Get That (

Karen’s style is a mix of boho, vintage, and edgy with a sprinkle of English flair. Her blog showcases snapshots of her style, fashionable things she is obsessed with, hidden shopping gems she comes across in New York City, and shares links to her favorite shops.

The blogger who is originally from London always impresses with an eclectic wardrobe and eye catching new finds.

2. Gabi Gregg of Gabi Fresh  (

Gabi isn’t afraid to show off her curves with bold, fun outfits.  Her blog is a premiere style diary that an inspiration to many trendy plus size women.

She is highly relatable considering she was MTV”s first ever Twitter Jockey. The Detroit native continues to inspire women of all shapes and sizes to be confident about their personal style.

3. Natasha Ndlovu of Snow Black Blog (

Natasha is all about traveling in style whether she is going to New York, Paris, or even Switzerland. As a model and photographer, Natasha has to look amazing 24/7.  Her personal style is classy, euro-chic.

The always jet setting fashion blogger gives a behind the scene look at her life as a model and gives you a front view seat to observe her evolving style.  

4. Christina Caradona of Trop Rouge (

Christina’s style is carefree and effortless with a modern twist.  She captures her personal style from the streets of New York City to the chic scenery in The Hamptons to the beaches of California.

She is a part of the Stylelist Blogger Network and has starred in various mainstream fashion campaigns. Through it all, Christina always stays true to her free spirited style and love for leather jackets.

5. Nubia Mejia of Nubia’s Nonsense (

When it comes to taking risks and having fun with fashion, Nubia knows how to do it. Nubia’s Nonsense combines the blogger’s love for make-up, fashion, and comics. We admire the way she experiments with different hairstyles, clothing, and accessories.

She loves to support up and coming fashion designers and always finds a way to look stylish without over spending.

-Paulette Wilson

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