Over the past years we have had the pleasure of working with some of the most stylish women who share a passion for our brand and products. As well as introducing their readers to Black they create fantastic imagery of our accessories as part of their outfit posts. Here are some of our favourite features to give you inspiration on how to wear your accessories
Freelance journalist turned blogger, Julia Rebaudo is the creative force behind Stylonylon which focuses on contempory women's style featuring outfit posts, travel reviews and gastro guides. Julia is also obsessed with photogrphy which shines through in the vivid imagery used on her blog and instagram.
Kat Farmer, the woman behind Does My Bum Look 40 in?, states her mission is in “perfecting a style that doesn't scream mutton or frump” and she achieves it flawlessly. The blog is perfect mixture of wit, charm and exceptional style making it a highly accessible blog that offers real and achievable fashion solutions for the busy, modern woman.
Amanda Start has been blogging on The Online Stylist since 2009. Focusing on fashion and lifestyle, Amanda has a taste for cashmere and likes to inject luxury into her lifestyle and wardrobe, as well as opting for timeless classics and understated daily fashion when suitable. This combination of luxury and comfort sits well with us at Black, as does Amanda's love of cashmere.
Anneli Bush founded her blog in 2012 as a creative outlet from her regular day job to document her latest buys. Over five years on, Anneli is now blogging full-time and has evolved the site into a platform to share all her personal style edits, outfits, home renovations, interior tips and tricks, healthy recipes, latest beauty buys and recent travel adventures.
MyFashionable40s is an account of the everyday style of Michelle Lee that started in 2013. Her aim is to provide outfit inspiration for the modern-day mum by sharing her high street finds and incorporating them into outfits which can elevate any look.
Susan Blakey @Susan_UneFemme
Susan’s blog and Instagram takes a positive attitude towards style and age and highlights the wisdom, experience, and elegance she has learnt. She hopes to help women be their best selves at any age and encourages them to express themselves through their own sense of style. She loves style, Paris, coffee, leopard print (as you’ll see below), history, travel, jazz, cute and comfortable shoes, and the perfect shade of red lipstick.
Dawn Lucy - @FashionShouldBeFun
Necessity was the mother of Dawn's invention as in her 40’s, she felt like she was in a bit of a style slump and turned to style blogs to help her find inspiration. She was discouraged with some of the judgmental voices she found online, giving strict lists of do’s and don’ts so she decided to start her own blog and Instagram which focuses on effortless, casual style with an edge.
After reaching a certain milestone birthday Annmarie started Fashion Mum of 40. Having always had an on-going love affair with fashion, she's a self-confessed handbag and shoe addict. She's a firm believer that simple style is the way forward for busy working mums like herself.
Not your typicalFisherman's wife, Johanna writes about her life as a Norwegian fisherman's wife and as a mother of two cats. The blog discusses how the everyday life can be beautiful, presenting the day's outfits and wonderful decorative things - as well as discussing in depth.
Started by Meg Pinckney, a former Miss South Carolina, Shades of Pinck is guide to living a life of luxe, offering a notable, yet mindful approach for styling yourself, your travel, and your entertaining.