Here’s a trend that’s so hard to ignore. Fashion bloggers’ homes are looking very much like fashion stores! Think Celine, Calvin Klein and those minimalist stores. From exposed clothing racks to chic shoe and bag displays, we can’t blame you if you’re thinking, “Are they actually really at home?” Well, they are and fashion blogger wardrobes really do mimic those of fashion boutiques. Most clothing racks are kept black with hangers all uniform in just black or white. Shoes are no longer hidden in cabinets but well displayed next to handbags and jewellery. If you scroll to the end, we have a must-have list for you to get the look. But before that, let’s look at some wardrobe inspo from these bloggers around the world.

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Which wardrobe is your favourite? Want to get the look?

Here’s what you need:

  1. Exposed clothing rack
  2. Eames chair
  3. Wellington rug, sheep skin, cow hide (can be faux)
  4. Concrete effect coffee/side table
  5. Some black and white decor items
  6. Cactus (we love the faux)
  7. Marble slate


These items are from IKEA.

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More pieces from IKEA to get the look.



These designer Eames chairs are from Herman Miller. Most bloggers have these or the lookalikes.

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We just love everything from MyDecoShop. Just look at these tables.

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Remember to keep the look minimalist. And if you ever need inspiration, well, go shopping! Pick your favourite boutique and see what kind of pieces you need to achieve the decor.

What do you think?

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