The fashion industry in Ghana is growing at a supersonic pace if you asked fashion or marketing experts.
This only means one thing; more opportunities and a larger market for professionals who work in this industry which include fashion and style bloggers.
With the advent and popularity of new media also known as social media, fashion/style blogging has become a critical career in the fashion industry and their role cannot be overemphasized.
Though not generally considered as traditional models, fashion bloggers do a bit of everything and sometimes more than models (we are not shading models here).
From creating content to selling a product through reviews or a blog post or style edits, these ladies bring a ton of creativity to the table.
Also, they’ve become regulars at fashion weeks and fashion related events. In fact, an event without a number of them attending is considered a flop due to the visibility they bring to a brand or an event
According to most people on Instagram who follow these style influencers, the reason is simple; their content is pretty relatable and they serve as muses or dose of inspiration for the everyday woman.
Compiling this list was a pretty interesting one because the terrain seems to have expanded to include plus-size women, Islamic/hijab bloggers, travel and style influencers etc. The future is indeed feminine and fashionable. Don’t forget to follow them and subscribe to their content as well.
Tracy Jamilatu Iddrissu www.stylebytrey.blogspot
Violet Bannerman Obeng www.akosuavee.com
Chic Ama www.chicamastyle.com
Nana Antwiwaa Nuamah
Jihane Chagraoui www.jijiglam.com
Anita D Matey www.foreigncurves.com
Karen Kash Kane