Style, Fashion, and Beauty

5 Girl Bosses to Inspire You

In the world of fashion there are endless amounts of men and women to look up to and admire when it comes to taste, business ideas, etc. With social media as a constantly growing medium for connecting, I’ve gathered a few social media driven girl bosses you may or may not be familiar with.

  1. Emily Weiss – Glossier

Emily Weiss started the site Into The Gloss in-between jobs after she graduated from college at NYU. Eventually the site became a full time job for her requiring her to end her other forms of employment. Eventually she released her own cosmetics line called “Glossier” that focuses on the no-makeup look for women to have as much ease as they can in their beauty routine.


  1. Sophia Amoruso – Nasty Gal

Sophia got her start with eBay where she sold vintage clothing that she reinvented herself. Her eBay store was titled “Nasty Gal Vintage”.  The business grew overnight and she now runs the website “Nasty Gal” and published a book titled #GirlBoss where she tells her entire story. If you’re not for reading, you can check out the Netflix series also titled Girlboss all about the “Nasty Gal” founder.


  1. Leandra Medine – Man Repeller

Leandra Medine is the founder of the popular fashion and lifestyle site titled Man Repeller. Leandra started the blog in 2010 and within a week it was mentioned on numerous fashion sites. The blog started out with Leandra being the main focus, but it has since expanded to a full team of writers and photographers.


  1. Chiara Ferragni – The Blonde Salad

Chiara Ferragni is an Italian blogger and fashion influencer. While in law school Chiara founded her blog The Blonde Salad. From there she has launched a number of clothing and shoe lines and a modeling career. She was even the first blogger to grace the cover of Vogue magazine in Spain.


  1. Danielle Bernstein – We Wore What

Starting her career as a street style photographer, Danielle Bernstein of WeWoreWhat decided to turn the camera around on herself and document her everyday outfits hoping to make it easier for women to get dressed in the morning. Since 2010 she has had a number of brand collaborations and has more recently launched her own line of overalls and jumpsuits titled “Second Skin Overalls”.