When I stumbled onto FAIIINT’s site I was stuck on there for hours. That might be telling you about my own internet addition, as well as the addictiveness of Stephanie’s style. She has amazing taste; it’s high quality, textured and black, black, black. FAIIINT has rekindled my love for black on black, and gives a lot of inspiration on how to do it in an interesting way.
When she’s not dressing for a head-to-toe Tiki blowout, she’s posting about cool etsy stores and posting pictures of amazing outfits that just scream traditional Post-Punk and dark-styled vintage. If you’re a fan of bat prints, Robert Smith and retro-sensibilities, Meagan might be your quick fix (but trust me, when you’re on her blog, you”ll never want to leave).
I’ve never loved someone’s outfit layouts so much! They have the best mix of grunge and wearable.If you’re looking for a grungy style blogger who wears products that aren’t ridiculously expensive definitely check The Velvet Black out.
Even though I’ve been branching out as of late the Goth style will always have a place in my heart. The Everyday Goth is great because she an incredible talent of finding the darker side or everything and talking about it in an informative and interesting way. I mean come on, who else could talk about Goth kitchen accessories and Uber Goth pet names yet still absorb so much of my attention!
Bizzare is an incredible alternative fashion blog that really inspired
me to push my Goth limit and try other alternative styles. I recommend
you check it out if you’re a fan of alternative fashion of all kinds.
Elisa does a tonne of interviews and posts on vegan friendly and ethical
material fashion. But even if you’re not into that kind of thing she
has a lot of style posts!
Who are your favourite bloggers? Drop their link below so that I can check them out!