Get Style Inspo From These Top Mexican Fashion Bloggers
Fashion bloggers are ever-present on the internet today. The fashion scene is no different in Mexico as it meets rising numbers in fashion influencers.
There are bloggers that focus on beauty, high fashion, or their own personal styles. They have their fingers on the pulse of fashion, making them the best ones to follow.
Don't miss out on the latest fashion trends with these Mexican fashion bloggers and influencers. They will grab your attention and keep you inspired.
Andy Torres (Style Scrapbook)
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Born-and-raised Mexican Andy Torres established herself in Europe, where she started Style Scrapbook 12 years ago. The success of the blog helped her with building her career in the blogging industry.
Her blog only started as a diary for the things she loves and styling tips. She also posted DIY's where she taught her readers how to make their own clothes. She became an expert in "high and low" style.
Now, the blog has millions of followers. It continued even if Torres herself started to work as a creative director, stylist, and the first blogger to give a TED talk.
She also hosted her own series on Cosmopolitan TV and became a judge on the series "ELLE Mexico Disena."
Gabriel Ibarzábal (Latin Fashion News)
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Gabriel Ibarzábal runs one of the most successful fashion blogs in Mexico, Latin Fashion News.
It is a gay online magazine made in Mexico that talks about fashion, culture, theater, activism and travel. Mere six years since it was launched, the blog gained over 500,000 followers in 2016.
Ibarzábal posts updates on the latest fashion news and also posts about his personal life using the "Blog" section on the Latin Fashion News site.
Ibarzábal is a stylist, photographer and fashion designer. He's taken photos for many big names like Tommy Hilfiger and Bar Rafaeli.
Gaby Gómez (Moda Capital)
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Bilingual fashion blogger Gaby Gómez runs the fashion blog Moda Capital. Like Andy Torres, she also started the blog as a hobby, but turned it into a career.
She has a heavy focus on "Travel" blogs. People who visit her site will see her photos wearing fabulous clothes from far-away parts of the world.
Andrea Maria (Dear Milano)
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Andrea Maria originally came from Tamaulipas in Northern Mexico. She studied marketing at the TEC de Monterrey and moved to Milan to study fashion.
When she returned to Mexico, she launched the popular blog Dear Milano as homage to her former home. The blog shows Maria's personal style. The home page is filled with photos from her Instagram feed.
Dear Milano offers content about "life, spiritual journeys and fun anecdotes" in Andrea Maria's life.
She is a big fan of meditation, often guiding her readers to walk with confidence, purpose, grace and connect with their inner wisdom; she calls "The Higher Self."
Adriana Gastélum (Gadriana)
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Adriana Gastélum started the Gadriana site, first called "Fake Leather," with the support of collaborators and friends from all over the world.
The blog is image heavy and readers get a good look at any place Gastélum goes to, thanks to her artsy and great photographer, Grg Mrkt.
In the blog's 'About' section, Gastélum said she wants to provide a short escape from reality. She has worked with Vogue México, Coach, L'Oreal and many more.
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