For a lot of young and not young women, fashion is their passion. Who are able to resist a good little black dress or killer pumps? Luckily for them, fashion and haute couture are now accessible to everyone with the dawning of the web age. A high speed internet hookup, i.e. DSL or satellite internet, gives you full use of the brilliant and vibrant world of high fashion.
You can find literally hundreds of tens of thousands of sites dedicated to all or any things fashion on the net. Most of these are filled up with high res photos and fashion collages. You can see the latest creations and designs from top stylists and design houses like Gareth Pugh or Chanel. Many designers and even models keep their very own blogs to offer an insider’s look behind the scenes of fashion week NY for instance.
The Canadian model Coca Rocha, she of the brilliant red tresses, has her own blog in which she shares details of her daily life. She often posts quirky videos of her and her fellow model pal Behati going out, lip synching to Beyonce and shopping.
Korean supermodel Daul, keeps up her own weblog as well, filled up with odd stream of thought ramblings and witty comments.
Ex-Top Model contestant Elyse Sewell pens a highly entertaining and acerbic yet always droll LiveJournal detailing her’ladyposing’hijinks in Hong Kong and China. She takes great pictures of street meat and old Chinese men playing Mahjong.
There exists a whole legion of fashion adoring girls who keep their very own rocking blogs. Uganda While they aren’t on the market, by itself, their blogs have thousands perhaps millions of admiring fans who’ve RSSed their favorite scribes to keep up with each and every post.
StyleBubble, penned by one Susanna Lau, a former fashion outsider who now works for Dazed, is renowned for her quirky and distinctive sense of fashion. Her outfits are duly displayed on her blog for several to marvel.
FashionToast is a blog kept by a girl named Rumi, who has had made name for herself in the blogosphere for her keen fashion picks and svelte good looks.
Tavi is a young 12 year old fashion blogger who gets sent garb by her favorite Japanese designers.
Needless to say, you’ve also got a lot of online stores for the fashion lover. Net-a-porter.com presents high end haute fashion. Bluefly.com compiles clothing from the wide variety of different fashion labels and companies. Delia’s has great deals on girl’s clothing. For certainly one of a kind, handmade pieces, you can’t fail with Etsy. Vintage bargain hunters often scour eBay stores. Enokiworld.com also is a good place to go to find brilliant vintage items. Zappos.com carries most of the shoes you can ever want.
You can find several social networking sites predicated on fashion. Stylehive, for example enables you to upload outfits and pick and choose different items of clothing to show in your profile page. MyStyle is another example.
There’s also many street style sites out there, to help you take a peek at what individuals are wearing on the streets of Helsinki and Prague or Buenos Aires with a couple of clicks of your mouse, and a high speed satellite web connection of course.