Our pick of the Best High Street fashion blogs

We love fashion blogs for providing us plenty of inspiration and we can’t deny our love for the Great British high street either, when you combine the two you pretty much get fashion perfection. These are our pick of the best high street fashion blogs you need on your radar.

These ladies have their style on point with the latest offerings from the high street, so we can browse their sites with the safe knowledge that we won’t have to save months on end for the clothes they’re wearing.

Hannah Gale

Not only does Hannah have us laughing on the regular with her listicle articles about the realities of life, but she always shares gorgeous outfit ideas and shopping posts that leave our bank accounts quivering. The odd interior posts she shares always provide plenty of inspiration too.

She’s recently just announced her pregnancy, congratulations Hannah, so we can’t wait to see how she adapts her style to her body changing in the next few months.

Little Miss Magpie

Stunning photography and even better fashion choices, we love Glasgow-based fashion and travel blogger Amy, aka The Little Magpie. Fashion brands are clamouring to work with this blogger for all the right reasons, and she’s even had her own fashion collection with GAP and created her own t-shirt design with Brand Attic HQ.

We expect even bigger things from this beauty. When you visit her blog you know your shopping wish list has just got a little longer.

The Frugality

As you can probably guess from the name, The Frugality, Alex Steadman has a fashion blog that's targeted at those with an affordable budget. Even though she favours pieces from the high street, the quality of items she chooses is definitely more high end.

Plus, if you’re planning a trip abroad make sure to check out her Frugal city guides.

Turns out, Wood Green doesn't have any nice walls 😐🙈

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Megan Ellaby

Megan lives in Manchester, and can't see herself making the move down South anytime soon. She's got a background in fashion working for ASOS and Alexander McQueen, and she's earned a few blogger fashion awards too.

She recently organised her own charity fashion sale to help raise funds for the victims of the Manchester attack, which was amazing.

Plus, every time we visit her site she makes us consider getting a fringe... again.

What Olivia Did

Combing her dual passions for fashion and travel, What Olivia Did is much more than your typical fashion blog. Olivia Purvis started back in 2010 wanting to her style with similarly minded women, and we love how her blog has evolved with her over the years.

Wish Wish Wish

Carrie Santana da Silva created Wish Wish Wish when she was just 17 years old, and through that, we've got to see her grow and get married too. There's not only pages and pages filled with gorgeous fashion tips and photography, it's a great place to get information on new cities if you're heading to them, plenty of London tips you might need to know, as well as loads of wedding content for those who are getting married.


Hannah Louise F

Hannah’s blog took off when she was a student and she would share her outfits taken on her phone in the mirror, she championed thrifty shopping sharing buys from eBay that cost £2. It was rare that her whole outfit would total more than £50. Now that she’s no longer a student, she graduated with a law degree, her outfits have gotten a little more spendy but she definitely still champions the high street with personal style.

yes I did wear @stellaartois colours on purpose 🍻 #serveonetoremember #vantagepoint #ad

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Coco’s Tea Party

Ella Gregory launched Coco’s Tea Party in 2006, with a focus on fashion and lifestyle. Every single post on Coco’s Tea Party brings a dose of glamour to our lives without breaking the bank.


That Pommie Girl

Admittedly, Sarah Ashcroft doesn’t update her blog as often as we’d like, but we still couldn’t miss her off this list. With a hugely successful collection with In the Style and a range of sunglasses with Noughts and Kisses, she is so much more than a blogger, but her love of all things high street means she still provides us with an abundance of style inspiration that we can afford. Yep, as much as we might dislike the term, Sarah Ashcroft is one of the most successful influencers out there.

Had the best time in Jersey with the @wearekomodo fam 🙌🏼💗 now back in London ready for early birthday celebrations tonight with my faves! 🎉 #KomodoKrew

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Lily Melrose

Lily Melrose launched her blog back in 2009 and since then it’s definitely been through many changes, with the launch of a second blog, a Youtube channel and more. Now we love that her main blog is quite simply straight up outfit posts, and always a good source of the latest high street drops with style inspiration from the beauty herself. Her Youtube channel is filled plenty of must-see videos too, if you haven’t checked it out, expect to spend a good afternoon catching up.

Off to @ibizarocks to see Stormzy!

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Forever Amber

Full-time journalist-turned-blogger Amber McNaught was a journalist who went into full-time blogging with Forever Amber, offering style, beauty and blogger tips on her site. Her fashion posts show it's more than acceptable to wear one piece in anumber of ways, plus, now that she's pregnant we get to see how her style adapts with her growing bump.


EJ Style

Emma Hill has a coat and jacket selection that would rival most department stores, her style is fuss-free and polished. We don't think she's shared one single outfit that hasn't left us envious of at least one piece.


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