Since I started this blog, I've become a voracious blog reader. I'm constantly amazed by the depth of talent and the breadth of vision out there so I thought I'd share with you my favourite blogs.
In no particular order they are;
Style at every age.
This is a fashion blog that's realistic. Sharron realises that we don't all necessarily have huge budgets or perfect figures but can still love clothes and want to dress well. Great for letting you know what discount codes are available too. She's a lovely lady as well who takes the time to comment thoughtfully on other blogs.
Chinwags and Tittle-Tattles
Written by Ms. Madge. It's stuff we can all relate to - restaurant reviews, thoughts on pop culture, personal stories, tales of her travels - written in her warm, relatable style. She's a real sweetheart too who, again, takes time to comment on other blogs.
Coulda Shoulda Woulda
I love Naomi's quirky and often very funny view on things. My favourite features are the magazine reviews. Also excellent for interior design.
All I am -a redhead.com
A perfume blog written by Ines, a Croatian woman. I love her passion for perfume. She mixes perfume reviews with thoughts on pop culture and book reviews.
A blog written by a serving paramedic. I am constantly awed by his ability to deal with situations which would send me into a tail spin. It's people like him, in the emergency services, who keep the rest of us safe. He has a beautiful evocative writing style
Mrs Trefusis takes a taxi
Written by Helen Brocklebank, who is, I believe, an important magazine person. She lives a life we wish we could all lead - glamorous media parties, cocktails and lycee educated children. It's written in a self deprecating style which makes you root for her.
My love of old Hollywood
I adore old Hollywood films. She adores old Hollywood films. It's a blogmatch made in heaven.
Written by a French art history student, Louise who posts fashion pictures of herself inspired by classical artworks. It's quite unique and rather special. Seriously, read it. Some of the text is only in French.