It’s the city that never sleeps, and the fashion blogger scene is just as buzzing as the atmosphere. With such ‘grammable backdrops for photos, it’s no surprise that NYC is the place to be for bloggers, and here are some of our faves to add to your follow list.
Erika Fox is living all of our dreams. Originally from Ireland, Erika moved over on a short-term visa and she was recently granted permission to live permanently in the city and work full time on her blog, Retro Flame. Her style is all about sophisticated tailoring, and she loves to mix the high street with international independent brands. Her apartment is gorgeous too, so follow her for all the fashion and interior inspo.
Having lived in the city since 2013, Dutch-born Bo is an expert at seeking out the best NYC locations to shoot for her blog. The result? A whirlwind tour of the city via her Instagram feed. She’s also a dog mum to the cutest little fluffy pup we’ve ever seen. Life goals.
Mimosas & Manhattan
Courtney & Kelly are cousins and blogger pros. They don’t just delve into the world of fashion, but they fill their blog with wise words that we all need to know, from ex-boyfriends to Manhattan’s hidden spots off the tourist trail. NYC winters are known for being famously freezing, but these gals know how to rock the faux fur layers.
Short for ‘f**k it, go to New York’ (a feeling we all know too well), blogger Michaela is the queen of monochrome and neutral tones. If you’re looking for an aesthetically pleasing grid, her Instagram is the place to go. You won’t see much of the city’s famous sights here, but her style is enough to deserve a follow all by itself.
Krystal, the creator of This Time Tomorrow is a travel blogger, but her base is in New York with her cute dog Elvis. On Krystal’s feed, you won’t see the classic tourist spots – the Empire State, the Top of the Rock or the Statue of Liberty – but you will see hidden gems and locations you may recognise from the TV.
Karen is a British gal in NYC and she’s all about the prints. In her imagery, you’ll spot hints of the city – the classic yellow taxis, the brownstone stoops and the striped crossings. Karen’s style is Britannia-cool meets All American confidence. If you ain’t afraid of a bit of colour and print, you’ll find plenty of inspo on this feed.