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Thursday, December 6, 2018

5 Black Female Fashion Bloggers You Should Know About

Black Female Fashion Bloggers

Nationwide — Many women speak the language of shoes and handbags, but there are a select few who are talented enough to make a living doing it. Top black fashion bloggers like Asiymai Gold know that there’s a lot of work that goes into their aesthetically pleasing and informative blogs and Instagram feeds. Black female fashion bloggers are choosing online social media platforms to express their love of fashion. This may be related to the tendency of the fashion world to heavily choose white models over black models (78% of models in fashion magazines are white). Though we’re seeing steady progress in diversity, black female fashion bloggers are making an impact on fashion quite successfully in their own way.

These five incredible women will inspire you to start your very own beauty blogs:

1. Asiyami Gold
If you’re not careful, you’ll get lost in her pristine sense of style and sensational travel feed. Gold perfectly captures an assortment of cultures, cuisines, and landscapes. Her blog will your imagination with trip ideas that, if we’re being honest, probably won’t happen. But it really makes you wonder about the beauty in diversity that she finds in her travels.

2. Marjorie Harvey
Marjorie Harvey is a mother to seven kids, which is surely a full-time job. But that doesn’t stop her from sharing her life with her fans. Giving us a well-rounded view of her as a family-oriented, ambitious, and trendy woman, her Instagram feels authentic and balanced rather than an effort to garner attention.

3. Folake Kuye Huntoon
Mature, sophisticated, and confident—if these are adjectives that you aspire to emulate, then you might want to take a look at Folake Kuye Huntoon. Her style is classy and bold, and her retro-inspired closet includes beautifully draped skirts, bright colors, and trendy jumpsuits. When it comes to aging gracefully and fashionably, no one does it better than she does.

4. Gabrielle Gregg
Serving you fashion in a big and beautiful way on her blog GabiFresh, Gregg prides herself on being the original “fat girl.” She flaunts her curves, and her thriving plus-size brand Premme teaches other women to be grateful for their bodies, regardless of their size. Her Instagram is a celebration of life and beauty with gorgeous lingerie pieces, bikini shots, and casual wear.

5. Patrice Grell Yursik
Patrice Grell Yursik’s blog, Afrobella, tackles issues pertaining to women of color. As the godmother of black female fashion bloggers, she focuses on beauty and wellness and inspires others with her own journey toward self-acceptance and empowerment. From clothing reviews to chic Lookbook styles for plus-sized women, Patrice does it all—you’ll leave her blog with a new appreciation for beauty in all shades and sizes.


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