Do you follow a fashion blogger? Often they are helpful in giving fashion tips that pertain to your style. If you’re looking for fashion advice–or just a way to waste time–check out our very own LFHS fashion bloggers. Fashion blogs have become increasingly popular since the advent of social media and are now a part of the Fashion Merchandising class curriculum for Ms. Cole and Mr. Sheridan. Look through the blogs and find the one that suits your fashion needs or desires best.
Lindsay Adams, Allie Lotts, Margo Thornberry, Eleni Ballis, and Alexis Mory
These trendy bloggers want to revive fashion by bringing lively colors and trends into the industry by making fashion even more fun than it already is. Their goal is to spread the news about new trends in fashion, makeup, and lifestyle for high school students. Revive is distinctive, unique, and very funky with their vibrant colors. These girls definitely know what they are talking about, so check it out asap!
Chic N’ Sheer
Mary Margaret Reay, Marley Heitman, Julia Knipfer, Chloe Warsek, and Caroline Allard
Chic N’ Sheer says it all in the name. The outfits they showcase are simple, yet very chic and stylish. Their goal is to provide fashion tips and show off their favorite outfits for Lake Forest High School teens. They sport the LF style and you can even dm them your outfit for it to be featured! Check out their adorable outfit combinations and don’t be afraid to copy–you know you can’t resist!
Pauline Droege, Halle Douglass, Ashlyn Bloom, and Morgan Mitchell
These girls want the clothes they post to reflect a clean aesthetic. They wanted it to look “neat,” but decided to spell it “neet” so that it would spell teen backwards, their target audience. Their blog is full of neutral colors and edgy pieces. They post about trends, outfits of the week, and beauty tips and tricks! These bloggers are as creative as you can get, hence the name, so take a look at their blog and insta asap!
Maggie Bires, Nicole Doucette, Lauren Plante, Isabeau Schlacher, and Charlotte Yehle
The aesthetic of this blog is stress-free and the name certainly exemplifies their cool vibe. The blog includes more than just fashion; it also includes food and travel to make it even more colorful and fun. Blyss is unique in the way that they try to make their pictures look like you were there, leading back to the stress-free aesthetic. Check out this blog if you need to destress or are just in need of some awesome fashion tips!
Emily Robinson, Mimi Yale, Courtney Woloson, Lily Laughenburg, and Samantha Rubin
For this blog, the goal was to look as minimalistic as possible: not too chaotic, but not too boring. They want people to see how easy it is to look cute using only simple colors such as black, white, cream, and a pop of color of your choice. Bareminimum was inspired by Aspyn Ovards, a very popular blogger. On Mondays they post “Monday Motivations,” which could include tips on how to dress for the incoming cold weather. On Wednesdays they post outfits of the week. Lastly, on Fridays they post their “Friday Favorites,” for example how to make a delicious acai bowl. These girls are on top of it and you need to be checked out.
Ethnic and Elysian
Leslie Barranco, Margaret Matson, Riley King, Sean Trkla, and Maliha Yousuf
These bloggers want to carry out a colorful aesthetic throughout their blog. Their goal is to highlight cultures from around the world and follow everything from fashion to music to lifestyle trends. They came up with the name “ethnic” because it represents the worldly culture idea and the world “elysian” because it is a fancy word for heaven or paradise. They want people to appreciate all of the wonderful cultures and add some of it into their life, whether it is food, music, or spicing up your everyday outfits. This blog is an inspiration and definitely one to check out.
Around the Edge
Caroline Murphy, Kelly Kunz, Whitney Dhamer, Sydney Ward, and Katie Kurzydlo
Their main goal is to create something different and they do so by creating a more dark and edgy style. These bloggers want to show a unique side of fashion that is not displayed as much. “Around the Edge” is an edgy yet modern site that shows adventure and style in the best ways. At first they loved the name “Off the Edge” but unfortunately this name was taken which led them to “Around the Edge,” which basically resembles the same thing but in a unique way. Check out this blog because I can assure you it will give you some great ideas that you can incorporate into your everyday outfits.