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Top 10 Black Female Fashion Bloggers

There's nothing quite like a well-done fashion blog. The amount of inspiration readers can take away fashion blogs is more than just fashion, but confidence. At D'IYANU we're all about inspiring cultural confidence through fashion. Here are some fabulous fashion bloggers we think do just that and our are top picks for black female fashion bloggers.

Talking with Tami

This blog is one of our top picks because Tami covers so much on Talking with Tami. Think of this blog more of a talk show where Tami highlights beauty tips, the latest news in entertainment, and of course fashion! An African fashion blogger since 2007, Tami not only still runs her blog, but also gives tips to other aspiring blogs. We enjoy her blog not just because she rocked our Thema skirt, but her writing is witty, entertaining and insightful. Seriously, check out Tami's blog!   

Love Brown Sugar

Christina Brown is another black fashion blogger you should follow if you haven't already! Christian has been giving fashion advice at Love Brown Sugar for multicultural women since 2009, and since then her blog has grown and been featured in Essence magazine. She's even a regular contributor to both Essence Magazine and People Style Watch.

Kish my Kurls

We love Kish and her blog Kish my Kurls, and we aren't just saying that because she rocked our summer line this year. Kish covers topics like African inspired fashion, lifestyle, hair and beauty tips, and also has inspiring quotes. Besides her blog, Kish is also very active on YouTube and Instagram. Follow her on your favorite social media platform!

Black Girl Long Hair

Started in 2008 Leila Noelliste founded her blog Black Girl Long Hair. Since then, her blog has grown to cover a variety of topics all to celebrate and empower black women. This blog always has something new to offer whether it's hair styling tips, African inspired fashion, the latest in celebrity news and more! See for yourself why Leila and her fashion blog have been so successful over the years.


This Trinidadian-born blogger created her blog Afrobella to celebrate all shades of women. Since starting her blog, Patrice Grell Yursik has been featured in publications such as Essence, Ebony, and Glamour. She's also won many awards for her blogging including making the Ebony Magazine's Power 100 and various other online awards. See for yourself Patrice's fashion, beauty and hair tips!


Starting her blog in 2008 after graduating from college, Gabi initially sought to fill the void of fashion bloggers for women sizes 14 and up. With her blog GabiFresh, Gabi aims to encourage women of all sizes to take fashion risks and ultimately promote body positivity. You'll love her fashion tips and stunning photography.

Style Pantry

Style Pantry is one of our top choices for bloggers because of their editor Folake Kuye Huntoon and her daily looks that she posts on the blog. Trust us, you'll love these daily looks this California based mom posts almost daily on her blog. We also love that besides covering women's fashion they have something for men who can't get enough fashion advice either! Perfect for all fashion lovers.

Glamazons Blog

What's better than one former magazine editor, from a small town navigating New York City? How about two! Andrea and Jessica are friends who together founded the Glamazons blog. This style blog covers everything from travel, beauty, and of course fashion. They've been featured everywhere from InStyle, Ebony, Essence, and so much more! Catch a glimpse of life in New York City and the fashion scene and see for yourself why these two Glamazons say they are on the pursuit of "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Fabulous."

All the Pretty Birds

You'll love reading about Tamu's life and fashion sense in her blog All the Pretty Birds. In her blog, this Jamaican born fashionista talks about her picks in fashion and her life in Milan. She's also live in New York! She also shares content about beauty and lifestyle.

Kelly Augustine

Born and raised in the Big Apple, Kelly Augustine started blogging to share her personal experiences living in the city and to highlight her top fashion tips for plus size fashion. Not only will you love her beauty tips, plus size fashion tips but her fashion photography with the New York City backdrop is sure to give you style inspiration.


We hope our list helped you find a new African inspired fashion blogger to follow and to have them be your #stylegoals. Have a blogger you follow that wasn't on our African inspired fashion list? Tell us in the comments below what black female fashion bloggers you love following!


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Yes, as a female, I love the fashion blogers share their opinions on the fashion, travel like this, very attractive.


Sep 17, 2018

Susan Prather:

I look back at the looks I’ve had over the years. I’m proud of myself that I had the courage to experiment with crazy hairstyles and some fashion things. Would I do it again? No. But that’s part of the learning process and getting from point A to point B. What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today when human contacts go so fast. Fashion is instant language. I need some informative information about how to solve women waistline problem. Here you collect that information: https://waistlab.com/best-body-shapers/

Aug 11, 2018

Ciata kromah:

Good afternoon:

Hope you are well today. I am looking for a blogger who is involved with African/Afrocentric fashions.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

Jun 11, 2018

Nadine Jackson:

Don’t forget Sylvie Mus!! She’s African with really cool style!

Jan 08, 2018

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