Plus-size bloggers Callie Thorpe and Diana Sirokai showed side-by-side images of themselves on Instagram, to prove what people are really seeing when they seeing online perfection.
"When I'm body-shamed, all I see is that that individual still buys into the lies we are taught and believe about bodies … it isn't based in any truth.”
Millennials are recognized by their predecessors as the generation attached to their screens. And while this may be true and often criticized, a new study shows that there are positive outcomes from this behavior, including a spike in self-care behaviors.
This week, our Instagram influencers across America submitted their #OOTD for Yahoo Style’s Spring Forward Challenge — for when the flowers are blooming, our allergies are in full swing, and the weather is so unpredictable that it can go from hot and sunny to rainy and cold in a matter of hours. Finally, Katie in Cincinnati is not only dealing with the weather changes but also body shifts with her pregnancy, and she shares a spring outfit idea for all situations. Watch and tell us which ideas you like best, as well as what occasion would you’d like to see our influencers try next for their #OOTD challenge.
Beauty blogging can be a full-time job. Pennsylvania police officer Leslie Ann started her YouTube channel “The Beauty Cop” to combine her two loves: makeup and law enforcement. Leslie Ann also makes a point to post photos of herself in full “Instagram makeup” while in her work uniform.
With all that’s occurring in the political realm and in recognition of World Hijab Day (Feb. 1), Yahoo Beauty stands in solidarity to show that we believe in beauty for all. Nura Afia has made huge waves, in both the political and beauty worlds. The YouTube star has not only garnered over 200,000 devoted followers on her channel, but she was also the first Muslim woman to wear her hijab in a mainstream cosmetics campaign for CoverGirl.
For years, industry insiders have been discussing the place of the style blogger in the exclusive world of fashion. You would think that by now, the arguments as to whether or not they belong, if their jobs are legit, or if their presence is at all relevant would have been put to bed, not just because many influencers have become fixtures in the fashion world, at least in their own right, but because it’s one that has already been labored to death. Vogue.com recently published a recap of Milan Fashion Week, in which four fashion editors took the opportunity to complain about the presence of style bloggers. “Note to bloggers who change head-to-toe, paid-to-wear outfits every hour: Please stop.
Now that Mutyala has a better understanding of black women’s hair, in the future she’ll have a reference point when it comes to styling.
From tees and jeans to more sophisticated threads, these YouTube haulers have got you covered with any outfit you need for a head-turning start to your year.
Fourth of July weekend is here, and a holiday this festive calls for some seriously inspired makeup. The beauty bloggers of Instagram have got you covered.
Sometimes, winter dressing can start to feel a little drab with all of the thick layers and necessary add-ons. Outfits that are comfy, warm, and chic all at once are hard to conjure up, which is why we are here to help. We gathered nine wintery outfits from some of our favorite fashion bloggers that are so good you’ll want to wear them on repeat.
By Michelle Scanga We recently released our best dressed blogger list, and now we’re sharing the women to keep an eye out for this year. With a mix of high-low fashion to trend-driven outfits sure to inspire your next look, each blogger has truly covetable style. Scroll down to meet the nine bloggers sure to be huge this year and shop our favorite piece from each outfit! Hanna Stefansson COS Brushed Mohair Cardigan Laura Matuszczyk of Horkruks H&M Ankle Boots Taye Hansberry of Stuff She Likes Shona Joy Granada High Neck Handkerchief Dress Related: The Brooklyn Fashion Blogger We’re Obsessed With Polienne Riemis Rebecca Minkoff Unlined Saddle Bag Joyce Meursing of Just LIke Sushi H&M Wool-Blend Bouclé Coat Related: How Much Top Bloggers Make for One Instagram Kayla Seah of Not Your Standard Anna Quan Laurie Pants Joyce Croonen of My Dubio Marc Jacobs Suede Over-the-Knee Boots Talisa Sutton of Badlands C/Meo Collective Hold Back Long Sleeve Top Clarissa Henry of Vintage Doll Risa Brochu Walker Exclusive Fontana Turtleneck More from Who What Wear: A Month-by-Month Guide to Revamping Your Style in 2016 The Only Trends You Really Need to Try in 2016 10 Things All Insanely Stylish People Secretly D
By Alyssa Coscarelli Being a successful blogger can be a full-time job — and pay just as much as a typical 9-to-5 gig (sometimes way more). Between ad sales, getting paid per post by brands, making guest appearances, and even collaborating on designer collections, big bloggers have more than one income stream — and we’re not just talking about the stream of free goodies. The future of blogging is unclear, so working on a side hustle as a Plan B in case the industry takes a turn makes a lot of sense for these tastemakers. Of course, they could just be using their current influence to make evenmore money.
Photo: It’s something we often think, but don’t ask: How do fashion bloggers and street style stars actually make a living? We got the answer from Garance Doré during the magazine’s Innovation Festival, where she shared the stage with Tumblr founder David Karp.
A model wearing some vintage jeans in a meadow. Photography by Felix Wong Fill in the blank: Style bloggers are the new _______________. If you answered “muses,” “zeitgeists,” “CEOs,” or “AWs” (look it up), you’re probably right. But retail mavens?
Photography by Victoria Adamson By Connie Wang Most people will suffer inconveniences and discomfort for the ‘gram, but imagine what lengths fashion people go for the street style snap. On the sidewalks during Fashion Week, lewk-wearers will attempt some styling tricks that might look incredible in a picture, but don’t necessarily work for the real world.
Michelle Phan and L’Oréal USA have parted ways. L’Oréal USA has ended its deal with the YouTube star, whose 250-stockkeeping-unit line with the beauty giant launched online in August 2013. “Together, we’ve made the decision to sell Em Michelle Phan to Ipsy, a company which Michelle cofounded,” said Carol Hamilton, president of L’Oréal USA’s Luxe division, Friday afternoon.
The Blonde Salad’s Chiara Ferragni is now a footwear designer. Photo: Getty Bryanboy’s getting disinvited from Moschino, The Blonde Salad’s now officially known in the biz as a “designer,” and WeWoreWhat’s been accused time and time again of doctoring her own photos. Has the blogging bubble reached its bursting point? A new article in The Atlantic seems to say that, if it hasn’t yet, it soon will.
It’s no secret that the Sea of Shoes blogger's red hair is all part of her persona, and it seems it’s getting more vibrant every time she colors it!
15 Leandra Medine became an overnight Internet sensation with her ‘Man Repelling’ fashion taste, otherwise known by Medine’s definition as “outfitting oneself in a sartorially offensive mode that may result in repelling members of he opposite sex”. The term, also the name of her hugely popular blog, has changed the way a generation of readers thinks about fashion, carving a space for authenticity and relatability that is a far cry from the over styled pages of glossy magazines.
The Blonde Salad, which started as a website to document her outfits on the streets of her native Italy, evolved into a multi-million dollar business, complete with a self-designed shoe line, making her one of the most successful bloggers to date.
Some may say that “food is the new fashion,” but instead of replacing one with the other, why not enjoy both? The hybrids are pretty obvious on Instagram at least, as style bloggers post pictures of their extravagant lunches and colorful smoothies, hence piquing our jealousy (we’re looking at you, Aimee Song). But for some fashionistas, the connection to food means more than just snapping a photo; it means creating your own recipes, taking a bite out of the latest food trends, and not shying away from that second helping. Since today marks the beginning of New York Fashion Week, here are eight fashion blogs putting a unique spin on food.