Call us voyeuristic, but we love sneaking a peek into the daily lives of strong, fabulous women (arguably the best way to snatch up insider intel second to having an actual conversation with them). On account of said interest we frequent such sites as Into The Gloss and Jean Stories, which center around interviewing a crop of remarkable ladies in like-minded careers. But with a burgeoning roster of up-and-coming blogs of a similar nature, our bookmark list has gotten way longer. From reading up on inspiring success stories to discovering hole-in-the-wall city locales, these online destinations tend to have a black hole-effect (in which we spend hours on end scrolling through interviews). Got some spare time this weekend? Dive into these 6 great sites.
Waiting For Saturday
Dedicated to the off-duty and stripped-down style that people tend to exhibit on the weekends, Waiting For Saturday enters the homes and lives of cool girls from coast to coast. Prepare to see lots of covet-worthy denim and perfectly lived-in t-shirts which may, as a result, inspire an impromptu trip to your local vintage store.
Style Like U
Style Like U's video interviews take you into the closets and minds of individuals with highly developed personal style, from gothic to girly and everything in between. Most recently they've gained attention for their "What's Underneath" series, which probes deeper than your run-of-the-mill "what are you wearing?" questions to spotlight subjects "in their own skin."
Bonberi's "Fit Girls" column chronicles the healthy habits of fashion's in-crowd, including models, editors and designers. Also on the site: super-useful recipes, neighborhood guides and workout tips.
The Glow celebrates and profiles chic moms with gorgeous original photo galleries and inspiring anecdotes that can be appreciated whether or not you have a child of your own.
The lingerie brand's blog offshoot highlights bombshell babes in Valentine skivvies accompanied by lovey-dovey interview quips including "best pickup line" and "the kiss I can't forget."
OKREAL's mission statement is to share authentic stories from women of all walks of life and foster a destination which founder Amy Woodside hopes that the modern female can use as a resource.