Blogs to Watch (or should I say, Read!)

Blogs to Watch (or should I say, Read!)

As you know, I love to share other blogs with bloggers. Whenever I find blogs that I didn't know about or that other bloggers may not be aware of, I love sharing them with all of you.  So, thanks to Luckymag.com, I found some great blogs and they are beautiful. Most of them, are Fashion blogs and I think that they are really creative.  

They all have great reasons for starting their blogs and I enjoyed reading their "About Me" pages. So, without further delay, here the blogs.

 

Bianca from Avant Blargh Created by Avant Blargh

http://www.avantblargh.blogspot.com

 

Stop it Right Now Created by Jayne

http://www.stopitrightnow.com

 

Honey & Silk Created by Stephanie Liu

http://www.honeynsilk.com

 

The Global Girl      Created by NDOEMA

http://www.theglobalgirl.com

 

Margie Plus    Created by Margie

http://www.margieplus.com

 

Glisters & Blisters       Created by Michelle

http://www.glistersandblisters.com

 

Fated to be Hated        Created by Bebe Zeva

http://www.ftbh.blogspot.com

 

Couture Lust                     Created by Suad Eissa

http://www.couturelust.tumblr.com

 

The Fabric Snob              Created by Apneet Kaur

http://www.refinery29.com.mystylist/apneet-kaur

 

Love Aesthetics                 Created by Ivania Carpio

http://www.love-aesthetics.blogspot.com

 

I hope that you'll check these blogs out!

 

 

(Also my newest blog post, in on my blog.  The V Mirror.) (http://www.vmirror.wordpress.com)

 

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