UK Blogs To Watch

by Be-Blogger U.K. on: June 18th, 2011

I have been a fashion blogger of Style Slicker technically for three years (now pretty much full time as I contribute two other blogs) I love the evolution process of my blog which started off as street style to the more concentrated fashion, lifestyle and travel based on my personal perspective and infatuation with fashion.  Thankfully, Style Slicker is steadily growing and it’s all thanks to your support otherwise I wouldn’t be part of United Blogs of Benetton.

I tend to banish into my own little bubble reading hundreds of new blog posts on Bloglovin’ every day with a cup of tea next to my laptop, and would spend hours and hours reading them it’s like an OCD (obsessive compulsory disorder).  We all read the UK phenomenon bloggers which brought the fashion media fever pitch over the past two years or so and we can’t seem to get enough of them still, the rising bloggers with proven success in the likes of Liberty London Girl, Disney Roller Girl, Style Bubble, The Clothes Whisperer, Mademoiselle Robot et al.

Most of the successes comes from the respective region of London where most the opportunities originates. Unfair as it may sound to you but what about smaller fashion bloggers based from outside of London that deserve a shout out and stronger presence? I would be delighted to hear your favourites. I have listed the ones I like and whom I have met in past events, they are like sparkling needles in a haystack it’s all about the quality not quantity.

Clothes, Cameras and Coffee.  Roz, a beautiful photogenic sixteen year old student and blogger living in rolling hills of rural England.  Her blog consists of eloquently spoken words with rich and enticing self style portraits. (photos courtesy of Clothes, Cameras and Coffee)

Pink Bow.  Paula is from Newcastle upon Tyne, amuses us with her love on art, beauty, fashion, food, interior, travel and vintage. (photo courtesy of Pink Bow)

The Scribbler.  Vic Riches is from London and studies fashion at Kingston University.  Her fluid illustrations captures her love of fashion and people.(illustration courtesy of The Scribbler)

Who Is Bobb Parris. Mitchell is a lawyer and street style photographer from Canada and living in London, you’re likely to see her work in the likes of H&M Life, Grazia and NYMAG’s The Cut.  Mitchell’s favourite muse and subject is Marian Kilhogo. (photos courtesy of Who Is Bobb Parris)

Peony Lim.  This striking ‘fashion starlet’ has fast becoming a favourite subject and muse amongst street style photographers.  Her personal taste in fashion is well documented in her beautifully edited style portraits. (photo is courtesy of Peony Lim)

 

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