4 Blogs You Should Know About

I'm bringing back the link love this Friday because there are a few blogs I want to make sure you all know about. Two I recently discovered and two I've been a fan of for quite a while.

She Lets Her Hair Down is a newbie for me, and I wasn't so sure about it at first because the blogs I tend to read over and over again are those that post on a variety of topics rather than just one thing, like hair. But Rubi Jones set me straight because her blog is about way more than just hair. I mean, it's all about hair. But it's about hair inspiration, hair tutorials, and hair tips from real women with real hair problems like you and me! She's also a hilarious read, so please check her out. 

Tomboy Style is the ultimate inspiration haven for those who worship that girl-meets-guy look. Author Lizzie Garrett just wrote a book all about it! I still need to check it out, but in the meantime I'm reading every update on the blog getting tomboy style tips. My favorite posts are the "Icon" features where Lizzie posts old photos of stylish tomboys of the past. Then there's the "Uniform" series where she shows you how to get an iconic tomboy look, like this one of Jane Birkin

If Miss Moss is new to you then I'm super excited to introduce her. Diana is a funny and uber talented graphic designer with great taste for beautiful and creative things in fashion, art, design, and photography. Anytime I need to discover something new, whether that be a clothing line, a photographer, or just something pretty, I look to Miss Moss. She's always turning me on to something. 

I've blogged about Brittany of The House That Lars Built before, and she's still a favorite. She's one super genuine and crafty gal, and I just find her to be very innovative with her projects. She's also one of the newest DIY contributors to Design Sponge, and I can't wait to see what she thinks of next.

Now, check out these blogs. And have a great weekend! Go!

1 comment:

  1. Whoa! I'm super honored to be with these amazing bloggers. Thanks so much for the shout out, Jennifer!