In recent years, plus-size fashion has finally been getting more of the attention and care it deserves. We’ve seen curvaceous models hit the cover of magazines, big-name designers create beautiful plus-size clothes for all ages and sizes, and many more plus-size models on the runways.
There have also been plenty of bloggers getting in on the action. If you’re looking for inspiration, ideas, or tips, check out some of the top plus-size fashion bloggers making their mark.
Beauty writer and blogger Kelly Augustine creates content relating to her personal style, plus-size fashion, the lifestyle in New York City where she was born and raised, and Brown beauty. In addition, she is a model and also founded her own boutique. Augustine looks to bring her unique viewpoint to as many readers as possible and encourages diversity within the digital space. Throw in her background of journalism, public relations, and influencer marketing, and you have a well-regarded, trend-savvy woman to watch.
If you’re looking for inspiration for plus-size clothes, take a look at the website of fashion blogger Jay Miranda. Her eponymous site covers fashion from a plus-size perspective with a focus on showcasing California-chic outfits. Her style is feminine and graceful and showcases her pure love for fashion. Miranda also writes some lifestyle content, with posts about parenting advice, travel, and fitness. It all comes with a cool, stylish bent.
Georgina Horne from Fuller Figure Fuller Bust
Anyone who loves the vintage pin-up calendar vibe should start following UK-based blogger Georgina Horne (though she prefers to be called George). The name of Horne’s blog, Fuller Figure Fuller Bust, gives you a good indication of her writing focus. She shares tips for dressing an ample bust and gorgeous curves and is renowned for featuring dresses made in classic designs to flatter her figure type.
Those who struggle balancing a need for bust support with a desire for high-street dresses and lovely lingerie will find much to enjoy about Horne’s blog. She shares her experiences living with and shopping for a fuller figure and bust and is today an experienced model and content creator. She has appeared in publications including The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, Italian Marie Claire and Vogue Italia, and appeared in a 2015 Channel 4 documentary.
A former contributing editor at Marie Claire magazine in the United States, Nicolette Mason is one of the most well-known plus-size fashion bloggers around. This Los Angeles native (now living in Brooklyn) not only spends time creating content for her site and various magazines as a contributor but also works as a creative consultant, brand strategist, and fashion designer. She has worked with ModCloth, for instance, and she graduated from Parsons School of Design.
On her blog, she shares what she’s loving in fashion, travel tips and pics, lustworthy shopping updates, and more. Her content focuses on body positivity, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability and clean beauty.
Gabrielle Gregg from GabiFresh
Another American to watch, this time from the Windy City, is Gabrielle (Gabi) Gregg. She started her Instagram page GabiFresh in 2008 when she couldn’t land an entry-level job after graduating. The choice to go down this path was a wise one for the influencer, who has since turned her brand into a full-time job and amassed a loyal Instagram following.
Gabi has appeared in Glamour, Teen Vogue, and The New York Times. She runs her own plus-size clothing, lingerie, and swimwear brands, and she models. The busy entrepreneur is passionate about plus-size fashion and known for being a body-positive activist and a pioneer in the plus-size ready-to-wear space.
You might have heard of Nadia Aboulhosn because of the ranges she has designed for boohoo.com, but the model, designer, and blogger is busy doing an assortment of fashion-related tasks. She has designed for multiple companies and has her own size-inclusive clothing line featuring appealing, streetwise pieces. In particular, Aboulhosn is known for her bodycon style.
She has featured in Teen Vogue, Lucky, and many other publications. Take a look at her blog, and you’ll see that it noticeably showcases models of many different ethnicities and sizes. The Florida-based entrepreneur encourages women to find fashion that complements rather than hides their curves. She has presented a TEDx talk on reaching your full potential through self-confidence.
Some other top bloggers to put on your radar today include Liz Black from P.S. It’s Fashion, Margie Ashcroft from Margie Plus, Allison Teng from Curvy Girl Chic, and Chastity Garner Valentine from GarnerStyle.
You’ll likely find a blogger to capture your interest on every plus-size fashion topic, with writers hailing from all corners of the globe.