The 20 Best Fashion Blogs For Professional Women
Working women have no shortage of decisions to make, including what to wear between the hours of 9 and 6. And designers are flocking to oufit this growing market of smart, chic dressers. For those looking for workwear inspiration, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite fashion-forward sites that meet the needs of today’s professional woman.
Corporette is the go-to source for “overachieving chicks” who want to look fashionable in an otherwise conservative work environment.
Paperclippy is the shopping blog for professional women on the go. Their style is polished and refined; and they feature work outfits along with office gear, books and gadgets.
The Style Sample is a personal style blogzine full of fashion tips, inspiration and photos for young professional women. The site is run by Tamia, whose impeccable taste is classy, sassy and full of color.
The Working Wardrobe showcases a spectrum of looks for fashionably curious working women. I particularly love their curated posts pulling together reasonably priced pieces of a trending look.
The New Professional is about professional style on a budget. From March 2010 to March 2011, Angeline has taken on the ultimate challenge: coming up with stylish work outfits without buying a single new piece. Follow her creative journey that will inspire you to spend less and create more.
Shop It To Me is a godsend for women who love a good sale but don’t have time to search for one. You tell them your favorite designers and size, and they’ll send sales and promos to your inbox.
Employed Panache‘s Nicole is an HR specialist who posts tips on being (drum-roll…) employed with panache. She doesn’t let the blah-colored cube walls drown out her personality or style.
Jane Has A Job is a fashion, career and lifestyle blog for driven and working women in their 20s and 30s. They offer straight-to-the-point tips and tricks for new styles, as well as advice like finding a good walk-to-work shoe.
Style Underdog: Watch the very well-styled protagonist take on fashion with photos of her version of the hottest styles. She’s upbeat and down-to-earth, and will give you inspiration for turning magazine photos to real street (and work) wear.
Mizhattan shares the most up-to-date info on luxury and fast fashion shopping for working women in the Big Apple. Forget Man-hattan, this site offers refreshing inspiration for feminine and sensible styles that take you from the office to happy hour to date night.
Theory dedicates an entire section to chic suits and perfect pants. Working women from 0 to 10 swear by the fit of Theory clothes, calling them the opposite of business as usual.
12:04 is a crisp blog featuring fashion-forward–yet wearable–outfits for those professional women who work in more creative, progressive environments.
net-a-porter‘s Workwear boutique is worth checking out, with smart separates and chic accessories. Their sophisticated and high-fashion looks don’t come cheap, but they do come in a signature Net-A-Porter black gift box.
Lands End shirts hold up quite well if you’re looking no-iron blouses that save time and money and keep their shape and size–unlike blouses that shrink (ahem, Banana Republic).
Cupcakes & Cashmere’s Emily hosts a lovely personal blog following her adventures in California style–from clothing to cooking to home decorating. I particularly love her sets of curated clothes from around the Internet. It’s a great way to stay on top of new fashions without perusing too many sites.
Garance Dore, a French style blog, offers inspiration from across the pond, now translated in English.
Style.com, as the name indicates, is the go-to portal for style.
The Bag Blog is fantastic for browsing bag options that meet the triple threat: fits all your stuff, looks sleek, and doesn’t break your back.
Rags Against the Machine blogger Terri experiments with new looks that are casual and comfortable.
Refinery29 has a sexy, refined collection of fashion trends. They also do a great job rounding up sales and deals across the web.
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