These Charlotte fashion bloggers have sneaky big followings

These Charlotte fashion bloggers have sneaky big followings
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You may have seen some women around the city looking over-the-top chic with a photographer following closely behind. They usually have a beautiful bag, maybe a prop of some sort (can you say coffee?!), oversized sunglasses and shoes you would only dream of.

These are fashion bloggers. Many of these women have a national following, are paid by brands to wear and post their products, and attend events, conferences and parties around the country. In addition to the blogs they run, most have a full-time job, too.

Here’s a list (and growing every day) of bloggers right here in our community, in no certain order.

Whitley of Queen City Style


Photo via Facebook

2,646 Instagram followers


I think Whitney’s blog was the first Charlotte fashion blog I ever found. Her website is the epitome of all things fashion because the other half features the editorial and styling work she does in Charlotte and nationally. Her style is truly her own and one-of-a-kind, taking everyday pieces and celebrating the couture in them.

Facebook | Instagram

Kate and Kendra of Dress Your Guests

dress your guests

@dressyourguests via Instagram

25.4k Instagram followers

Dress Your Guests is a blog run by two Charlotte ladies, with a lot of color, party tips and general fun. DYG is also a really cool invitation and RSVP system that allows you to share information about your party or event.

Facebook | Instagram

Bethany of B-Soup


Photo via Facebook

36.4k Instagram followers

I’m ever so obsessed with Bethany’s style. She rarely dresses casually, but when she does, she still looks totally put together.

Facebook | Instagram

Mallory of Style Your Senses


Photo via Facebook

34.3k instagram followers

Mallory highlights some beautiful spots in Charlotte that you’ll recognize. She’s got a very glam feel even though a lot of her closet are budget finds.

Facebook | Instagram

Taylor-Rae Harrold of Style Souffle


@stylesouffle via Instagram

8,757 Instagram followers

Taylor-Rae is the epitome of girly style, but with unexpected twists along the way.

Facebook | Instagram

Laura Leigh of Louella Reese


Photo via Facebook

8,434 Instagram followers

I’ve met Laura and she’s one of those people who is more normal than you could ever imagine and it’s refreshing. Her style reflects her life: fun and bright. She also talks about crafts and baking, two things everyone can appreciate.

Facebook | Instagram

Courtney of The Dainty Darling


Photo via Facebook

23.8k Instagram followers

Courtney’s style has a very feminine feel and includes soft colors, beautiful costume jewelry and a lot of girly skirts. Every other post on her blog highlights something pink. You’ll find some really obtainable ideas on her blog.

Facebook | Instagram

Annaliese of Southern Belle In Training


Photo via Facebook

4,623 Instagram followers

Annaliese is in college in Charlotte and not originally from here. She’s a Maine girl living in a Charlotte world and her style is feminine, but she always throws in a little something unexpected.

Facebook | Instagram

Chloe of A Queen City Girl


@aqueencitygirl via Instagram

5,349 Instagram followers

Chloe highlights popular trends in fashion and has eased into makeup, too. You’ll find pieces here that you’ve been wanting to try, but needing a little inspiration to jump into.


Morgan at How 2 Wear It


@_how2wearit_ via Instagram

1,983 Instagram Followers

Morgan swears her style features affordable clothes, which I appreciate as a young, broke Charlottean. She breaks things up into workwear, seasons, date outfits, etc. which helps the reader navigate her site and learn “how 2 wear it.”

Facebook | Instagram

Cover images via the B SOUP Facebook page, The Dainty Darling Facebook page and Style Souffle Facebook page.

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