7 Travel Blogs For Fashionistas

7 Travel Blogs For Fashionistas, Flickr: oligarh2Travel isn’t always pretty, but some travel bloggers believe in making their travels fashionable, stylish and jet set ready. If you don’t want to look like the bottom of your laundry hamper when you travel, these bloggers can offer sound pieces of advice as to how to be fashionable without bringing the entire closet on the road.

Travel Fashion Girl: Started by Alex, a long-term nomad who ditched the fashion industry for a life of travel, Travel Fashion Girl lives up to its title. The site provides both practical and yet stylish advice on how to travel the world in style. Travel Fashion Girl features loads of packing lists, tailor made to countless destinations and seasons. She also features plenty of product reviews and lists to tell you how to pack fashionably.

Travel Designery: Fashion fanatics aren’t merely looking for travel blogs with packing tips. They also want to see the fashions presented on the blogger’s travels. Travel Designery is a good example of this type of travel and fashion blog. Run by Lorena, a graphic designer and travel addict, she encourages her readers to get out and explore the world and of course buy some treasures along the way. She writes about her fashion related travels such as visits to shoe museums, fashion designer exhibits and design-inspiring hotel sleeps.

The Blonde Abroad:
Kiersten is a smart, savvy and fashionable traveler, manning her travel blog, The Blonde Abroad. She left a career in corporate finance to be a world traveler. Now she travels around the globe with her budget and also style in mind. Kiersten updates the “Fashion” section of her site with tips on how to stay fashionable and fabulous on the road. She has revealed everything from her favorite travel beauty finds to even how to get out of the sweatpants rut when you travel.

Her Packing List: Founded by travel blogger Brooke Schoenman, Her Packing List has female packing and travel gear down to a science. The blog features over 70 packing lists for various countries along with plenty of gear reviews so you always know what to pack. One of our favorite sections on this fashion oriented travel blog is its “One Little Thing” category where travelers share that one thing they can’t leave home without while on the road.

Glamourous Traveller: Liyana is the fashion force behind Glamourous Traveller, a blog about traveling stylishly. As she puts it, “I believe in a world where traveling out of a backpack doesn’t mean you need to look like a hobo.” She proves her point with plenty of travel product reviews, weekly travel outfits for various locations and even tips on what not to wear in certain travel scenarios like on a plane.

Sonia Gil: While known as a language geek, Sonia is also an in-the-know traveler when it comes to packing and selecting a travel wardrobe. She lives in Miami Beach and travels and much as she can in search of the art of traveling. She offers plenty of wardrobe, packing and gear video-blogs on her website, providing a personality to packing fashionably and smartly.

Hitha On The Go: As she travels constantly for work, Hitha knows a thing or two about packing and packing well. While she calls her blog a lifestyle blog, there is an emphasis on travel and style. Hitha shares her fashionable finds throughout incredibly useful and detailed posts. Some of our favorites include her advice for packing stylish shoes with an easy three pair rule to learning how to pack just the right clothing.

 

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