Favorite Fashion Finds

As I mentioned last week, I am a fashion fiend, and I look for fashion everywhere. Some of my favorite sources of inspiration are blogs. I’m very into street style and love to emulate my favorite bloggers (and their flawless wardrobes).

I thought I’d share my five favorite blogs in hopes that you too could be inspired by these creative people.

1.Cupcakes and Cashmere: This blog has everything you’d need for a stylish lifestyle. She posts articles on beauty, fashion, décor, and dining, and all of them are simple, yet original. She recently even put out a book by the same name that includes all her tips and tricks on everything you’d need.


2.Man Repeller: Leandra Medine may not be a name that you remember, but surely her term and theory on man repelling is. She posts about the good the bad and the ugly of fashion and has no problem laughing about it all. Her sense of humor is uncanny and her style is unpractical, but that’s what makes it all the more appealing.

3. Sincerely, Jules: This blog mainly has outfits that Julie Sanrinana wears and posts for people like me to drool over. Her style is laid back and has the perfect dose of edge. On a side note, her hair was actually the deciding factor for me when I thought about making my hair ombre.

4. Love Taza/Rockstar Diaries: This blog may appear to be less of style blog than the others, but I disagree. It’s written by a mother who has a husband and the two cutest children that I have ever seen. All four of them dress in bright colors and have a J.Crew meets Urban Outfitters vibe. They recently moved to New York, so photographs of the city are an added bonus.


5. Trop Rouge: The last blog I love features Christina Caradona, a beautiful girl with the style of a free spirit. She documents her outfits as well as her travels, both of which you’ll want to copy. I especially love how often she wears hats and closed-toe shoes since I often have difficulties with both.

What are your favorite blogs? Comment on this post, because I’d love to find out!

- Kayla, BRINK Intern