I am relatively new to the blogging world. About two years ago, I happened to google something, and discovered A Beautiful Mess. I spent about two hours reading post after post after post. I loved it so much that I drove from St. Louis to Springfield(Missouri) to visit their shop Red Velvet. A Beautiful Mess linked me to other blogs, and more blogs, and more blogs. And then I discovered bloglovin, and now spend WAY too much time reading blogs daily. But it is something I love to do. I find great inspiration in the inspiration of others, and how people live from all over the country, and the world. For today's post, I am writing about three blogs that I follow. Well, believe me, it is HARD to find just three to talk about. So I will write about the three that I read first as soon as I log in to bloglovin.
1. A Beautiful Mess
For those who do not know about this blog, it is written by two lovely sisters Emma and Elsie, with posts by several other bloggers including Rachel of Smile and Wave, Katie of Skunkboy, and Kinsey of Sincerely, Kinsey. They blog on fashion, crafts, decorating, recipes, photography, and pretty much everything else cool.
2. Delightfully Tacky
I am not sure how or where I found this blog, but I remember instantly wishing I had Elizabeth's, the writer of Delightfully Tacky, hair. Thick, curly, pretty, long hair(which is not a little shorter, but still gorgeous). As I read her blog, though, I realized she is much much more than a pretty head of hair. She has great style, that seems pretty effortless. She is great at designing websites, and shares insightful views on the world today. She seems like somebody that I would like to be friends with if we lived in the same town.
3. Hems For Her
I believe I started to follow this blog when Katie did a guest post on another blog. I immediately loved her personality, and her fashion sense. She is pretty funny. I wish I had her style! She started her blog to show women that curvy can be stylish, and she definitely achieves it!
What are blogs that you love?
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