5 Relatable Fashion Bloggers To Help Inspire Your Fall Style
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5 Fall Fashion Bloggers That'll Help You LEAF Your Summer Clothes Behind

Fall fashion inspo from stylish and powerful women.

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5 Fall Fashion Bloggers That'll Help You LEAF Your Summer Clothes Behind

These unique women, each with very different styles, capture the essence and beauty of fall fashion. They are trendy and know how to style different pieces of clothing and accessories while keeping each look sophisticated, classy and comfortable! Each of their blogs are interesting, fun and inspirational to read. You can also check out their Instagram accounts for updates on trends and new and exciting things they are loving and sporting this upcoming season!

1. Abigail Widger (@belleoftheball45)

Photo by @belleoftheball45 on Instagram

Abigail is a college student expressing her style to the world. Her style is preppy, sophisticated, and comfy. She always has a positive attitude and is always sharing her new favorite clothing pieces or a new product she is loving. Her outfits are very easy and fun to recreate in your own style. Most of the clothing she wears is fairly priced and can be found on her blog. Not only does she share her outfits and favorite new pieces of clothing she is buying, but she also shares her makeup routines, new and old accessories, new foods she is trying and where she is traveling to.

2. Blair Eadie (@blaireadiebee)

Photo by @blaireadiebee on Instagram

Blair Eadie is known as one of the most successful and popular bloggers. Her style is very colorful, playful and unique. Although the brands she wears are more on the pricier side, I often find some of them are fairly priced or on sale! She has a very youthful and playful style which can very much be replicated in our everyday lives. She often layers her pieces and has fun with mixing prints.

3. Sarah Vickers (@sarahkjp)

Photo by @sarahkjp on Instagram

Sarah Vickers is most known for the brand she runs with her husband Kiel James Partick, but her style is equally noteworthy - preppy and simple yet classic. Her wardrobe consists of many neutral tones, comfy sweaters and adorable accessories. She not only shares her outfits but also the places she loves to go to with her family, cute pictures of her baby and her dog and her clothing line in Kiel James Patrick (the brand her and her husband run together).

4. Julia Engel (@juliahengel)

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Julia Engel is most known for her brand and blog, Gal Meets Glam. Her style is classic, feminine, and simple. You will mostly see her in dresses, neutrals, and blazers. She is often traveling and showing different ways to wear a simple dress. She accessorizes her outfits in a way that can easily be replicated for a classy look. She is often wearing a bold red lip and natural makeup that also elevates her looks.

5. Chriselle Lim (@thechrisellefactor)

Photo by @thechrisellefactor on Instagram

Chriselle Lim is most known for her clothing line, Chriselle Lim Collection, that is carried at Nordstrom and Nordstrom.com. Her style is on-trend and very fashionable. Most of her clothing line is fairly priced and easy to style with different accessories. She is currently pregnant and still looks stylish and chic!

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