Though I usually just wear what I feel like wearing, I still enjoy looking at sources online for inspiration. Here are some of my favorites:
1) Fashion blogs
I check several blogs every day, including extrapetite.com and wendyslookbook.com. Here’s a tip: if you really like a blog, take a look at their blogroll or the blogs they’re subscribed to! This way, you can often find even more blogs to add to your reading list.
I don’t actually have a polyvore account (yet), but I love looking at outfits that other people put together. I especially like looking at the “styling tips” section. I also use polyvore to find new online stores to window-shop 🙂
4) Online magazine scans
For those of you who don’t live in asia or don’t want to pay for magazines, simply go to vvshu.com! The site has tons of asian magazines (i.e. popteen, egg, Vivi, Ceci) available for viewing online, and you don’t even need to pay a penny! Just click on the magazine name, then click on the edition. I especially like the street style parts of Egg magazine!
Youtube fashion and beauty gurus have lots of lookbooks and how-to’s. Just search them up! I have too many youtubers to list because I watch videos from so many different people, but here are some off the top of my head: wendyslookbook, beautybaby44, beautycakez, crisellelim, bluffedstyle, and balletandpinkroses 🙂
In addition to these, you can look at store catalogues, magazine websites, and even online shops (they often style the items they sell). You can also take a look at taobao, a site I posted about earlier.
Until next time,