I have been researching blogs for my millinery business and I wanted to share some of the best with you. I have included some recommended sites for learning, plus some fashion and lifestyle blogs to give you inspiration.
Lastly I added a link to a blog detailing trends for this year’s wedding season, you might not work in weddings but the trend boards in this blog are great for any designer.
Tuts+: Learn creative skills and shape your future. That’s the message from the people behind Tuts+, which has over five million users and shares lessons about code, illustration, photography, web design, and more.
Skillfeed: With over 67,000 video tutorials and more than 8,000 hours of learning, They even offer a free trial.
Udemy: A place to learn real world skills online.
Lynda.com: One of the best known online tutorial websites, Lynda.com covers a huge range of topics, including web, design, development, animation, video, audio, photography, business and even education.
Kinfolk: With jaw-dropping and mouth watering photography, Kinfolk is a popular choice for many creatives worldwide. Its website features content that’s available to subscribers.
Poppy Loves: A fresh and very appealing London lifestyle blog that covers the city’s events, cafes, restaurants, fashion, music, art and design.
Everyday Carry: Peek inside the pockets and lives of interesting creative people. Very simple idea but so fascinating.
The Selby: Take a peek at interesting creative people in their own studios, homes or workplaces. With funky little interviews and great photography, this is a must-read for creatives everywhere.
The Fashion Guitar
Dutch-born, NYC-dwelling, statement dress-wearing fashion blogger, Charlotte G.
Why: Charlotte mixes up her ultra-feminine style with classic staples, with a quirky twist.
Lithesome, Danish, street style regular Pernille Teisbaek
Born in Copenhagen, Pernille Teisbæk is the epitome of sleek, Scandi, style perfection.
History graduate Stella Kattermann
Kattermann is instantly recognisable for her bleached do and serious fringe. Her blog is suitably personal, hot in East London.
Coco's Tea Party
Gregory’s blog is all about feel-good fashion and interesting
Coco’s Tea Party is a lifestyle blog dedicated to providing attainable style inspiration for fashion-savvy young professionals.
Cohen’s dazzling street style snaps of stylish seniors is a treat. He grew up worshipping both his glam grannies and parlayed his respect for the older lady
Finally, I will leave you with a Summer wedding trends blog, to finish with a bit of inspiration
Have a Great week and see you next time x