Which workplace style bloggers should you be following in 2020? Who will be leading the fashion pack? Business Optimizer selects our pick of the workplace style bloggers you need to follow in 2020.
Dorothy launched SheGoesWear.com in 2013 as a hobby while working as an Underwriter in the UK insurance market. She lives just outside of London in Essex and now works fulltime on She Goes Wear with the aim of inspiring and motivating women in business across all aspects of life, with workwear style inspiration, tips and tricks for work and beauty.
Aussie Margaret Zhang began her career in fashion as a blogger but has gone on to work with brands including Gucci, Dior, Uniqlo, Louis Vuitton. She founded her blog Shine By Three in 2009 and now nets around half a million unique visitors to her site per month. She won the Elle Influencer of the Year award in 2015 and continues to set the agenda.
New Zealander Jessie Bush started We the People Style as a streetstyle blog but there are plenty of great fashion tips and style shoots for inspiring your workday wardrobe too. Jessie is now based in Europe and her blog has now evolved to include personal style, travel, how-to styling guides, editorial, and beauty.
Highly influential style blogger Chiara Ferragni is style blogger royalty. The Italian fashion blogger, influencer, designer and entrepreneur has collaborated with major fashion and beauty brands, making her first on the Forbes “Top Fashion Influencers” list in September 2017. Update your working wardrobe with upscale fashion inspiration on her blog The Blonde Salad.
Nnenna was born and raised in Oslo, although her parents hail from Nigeria. Her blog focuses on fashion as well as travelling with fashion inspiration posted on her Instagram account. Not all the fashion featured on the Nnenna Echem blog is workwear, but it’s certainly high on style and full of inspirational looks.
Mary Orton launched MEMORANDUM to stress the importance of dressing appropriately for your work environment. She’s a self-confessed blazer fanatic, so her own go-to work outfit often involves a classic blazer and wide-leg trousers, but she says, “there’s nothing easier or more comfortable than throwing on a classic midi for a long day at the office.” It’s the last word in wearable workwear.
Check out her blog MEMORANDUM and her fashion app: Trove. Launched in 2016, the app enables users to search and discover outfit inspiration from influencers, then save them to your digital closet, or shop the latest pieces from top bloggers.
This blog, founded by Anh Sundstrom, is all about expressing personal style at work. Anh works in San Francisco and Tiburon California and there’s a fab stylish Californian vibe to all her posts. It focuses heavily on workwear inspiration but, despite its name, since 9 to 5 Chic is Anh’s personal style blog she shares some of her fun weekend outfits for when she’s off the clock too.
Tiffany Battle is a former chemical engineer turned full-time fashion blogger. On The Werk! Place she mixes high-end fashion with affordable finds for some seriously head-turning workplace fashion inspiration. With a passion for bold colours and prints, New York City-based blogger Tiffany describes her own style as “a fresh breath of fun”.
Emily Plummer quit her role at PwC to devote herself to inspiring women to look better – and get ahead – at work. Her philosophy for Corporate Catwalker? “If you care about what you look like and how you dress on a daily basis, then it is perceived that you’ll invest the same level of effort and care into producing high-quality outputs,” says Emily.
Beckie Williams and Sophie Tieman are the faces behind Two Corporate Girls. As a lawyer and a commercial property valuer/agent respectively, Beckie and Sophie have a great insight into what makes really wearable, stylish workwear. Their more than 87 thousand followers on Instagram can attest to the easy-to-wear workwear style of these two corporate girls.