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Sometimes when we need inspiration for outfit, we take a few minutes out of our day to look through street style blogs. Capturing real people setting trends and interpreting runway trends is a crucial part of the street style blogger’s job.

Mainstream fashion trends are often inspired by the trends in street fashion and vice versa. Street style bloggers have to be confident as they ask stylish strangers to pose for their blog. Street style bloggers have to know all functions of a camera.

Here are four street style blogger we can’t get enough of:

 

Tamu McPherson of All the Pretty Birds

All the Pretty Birds blog features grand snapshots of what is happening outside of fashion shows from New York to Paris. Tamu balances her life well as photographer, blogger, and mother. She is a globe-trotting photographer, mastermind of Milan fashion site Grazia.it., and contributor to Harper’s Bazaar.


Karl-Edwin Guerre of Guerreisms

Karl-Edwin Guerre is the dapper dressing blogger behind one of the top street style blogs, Guerreism. Guerre travels to the best known fashion capitals and focuses on people with an elegant and unique style. His main niche is men with great style, however every once in a while he features snaps of lady like shoes and chic women.

Sian-Pierre Regis of Swagger: New York

Swagger: New York is a unique street style blog that focuses on music, interview with NYC’s most stylish, and featuring various types of personal style. Swagger: New York was launched in 2009 by Sian Pierre Regis, an award winning writer. He has a sister site called Swagger: Paris that covers an international flair of styles.

Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs of Street Etiquette

Two heads are better than one. High school friends, Travis and Joshua, created Street Etiquette in 2008 to showcase personal style with an urban edge. Both guys showcase wearable and fashionable menswear with a unique spin.

– Paulette Wilson

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  • omfg

    could you post links tamu and karl-edwin?

    • Coco and Creme

      sorry about that! added :) thanks!