Cara is a life style blogger, owns her own clothing line, mom and wife. She has 858K followers on Instagram, 77,237 followers on Pinterest, 51,620 subscriber on YouTube and 27,207 likes on Facebook.
Cara posts about fashion, beauty, fitness and lifestyle. Also, she posts the cutest and eye appealing photos that make you wish you were her. One thing I really like, is the variety of content. Being a bigger person, I can’t wear the same clothes as her but I can follow her fitness tips and recipes. I also, really enjoy the beauty posts and YouTube tutorials.
Amber runs Barefoot Blonde. And I am obsessed with her. She just recently visited Vermont and wrote a blog post about it! You can check it out here. One thing I like about Amber is that she has a section in her blog called ‘contributors’. This is where she features other bloggers post that is specifically for her site.
Amber has 1.3 million followers on Instagram, 29,679 likes on Facebook, 232,567 subscribers on YouTube and 33,200 followers of Twitter. She attracts her fans by fashion, hair, her family and their travels around the world.
I follow Amber because she is literally my Pinterest board. I really love her style and find it similar to mine. She also gives great advice to mother’s out there.
Based out of London, Callie is a plus size fashion blogger, but what makes her unique it her ‘Confidence Corner’ she has on her blog. She has this section in her blog to help people boost their confidence no matter the size. I have been following her since she got engaged. I was able to relate to her on many ways of being a plus size bride.
Callie has 200K followers on Instagram and 2,358 subscribers. She mainly uses her Instagram to promote her blog. On Callie’s blog, it is easy to shop her looks and helps me discover new brands.
Why these three are my go to.
I follow these three ladies because of the way they approach themselves. They aren’t pushy. They want people to relate to them and don’t over use hash tags either. They also are very engaged with their fan base. These ladies are real and are very vulnerable. Not to mention, they are the real life version of Pinterest.