Posts tagged "style blogs"

How To Get Featured On _________ [Insert Style Blog Name]

There was a time a couple years ago when getting featured on The Sartorialist was a goal for many a stylish New Yorker. I got lucky early and was snapped the week after I moved to the city, but friends and workmates alike were left scheming, stalking and plotting to run into Scott Schuman while wearing the…

Lily Q / January 8, 2012

Guy Talk: The Man Repeller Isn’t About Men

I don’t know that a formal survey’s been done, but I think it’s safe to say that in the eyes of most straight men in America, turbans on a women’s head aren’t hot. Neither are ostrich-feather miniskirts, utility pants, or capes. To many guys, tight, form-fitting, and revealing fashions constitute “sexy.” And isn’t that what…

Hugo Schwyzer / April 8, 2011

A Few Of My Favorite Things: Erin Of Cali Vintage

Sweet Erin runs Cali Vintage, a fashion and style site aimed at expressing all things California cool. Erin, who also writes for Modcloth’s blog, has an intrinsically effortless style that makes us want to go thrifting up and down the Cali coast with her — we’re betting she’s got some really great secret spots. After…

Julie Gerstein / April 6, 2011

A Few Of My Favorite Things: Allie From Scoutmob

Where do we even start with Allie? First, she founded the blog The Campus Style. And now she helps run the quarterly magazine Young Foxy and Free and works at Scoutmob, the site for all things awesomely local. “I got an internship at Scoutmob and was hired in the fall as the assistant editor,” she…

Julie Gerstein / March 30, 2011

A Few of My Favorite Things: Allie from

Where do we even start with Allie? First, she founded The Campus Style, and helped with the blog Young Foxy and Free. But these days, you can find her at Scoutmob, the site for all things awesomely local. “I got an internship at Scoutmob and was hired in the fall as the assistant editor,” she…

Julie Gerstein / March 21, 2011

Washington Post’s New Video Blog: Are You Inspired By Street Style, Too?

These days, I get more ideas about what to wear from watching people on the street or looking at blogs that document the clothes of everyday people than from looking at high-concept photo shoots in fashion magazines. The Washington Post has caught on to this trend and gone all Sartorialist on us by shooting video…

Catherine Strawn / July 13, 2009