Chiara Ferragni grew up admiring her mothers passion and creativity with fashion, and ultimately decided she wanted to follow in her footsteps. In 2009, Chiara created her first fashion blog and called it, The Blonde Salad. Little did she know, the blog was about to inspire women from all over the globe. Chiara Ferragni resides in Italy and has managed to collect fans in more than just her area.
The Blonde Salad has appeared in Elle Magazines all over the world. Elle has featured Chiara’s blog in their issues in China, Taiwan, Japan, Greece and the US. The Blonde Salad has also been seen in Cosmopolitan, Vogue and many more fashion magazines. Aside from its successes with the press, The Blonde Salad has become a website of fashion inspiration for everyone who has set eyes on its content. Women feel connected with Chiara’s fashion sense. She has allowed her passion to lead the way for others, and she’s done quite an excellent job at it!
Chiara Ferragni has made the blog easily accessible by splitting her ideas into three creative categories: Looks, Photos and Stories. The “Looks” category includes a plethora of pictures of her in outfits with a relevant caption. For example, in one photo titled, “Comfy Wins,” she struts her stuff in a parking lot wearing a loose, half-sleeve grey sweater with high wasted jeans shorts and navy blue Sperries. In another category titled, “Photos,” there are a bubble of miscellaneous items and landmarks with a hipster-like style. In this category you can expect to find things like underwear, glasses and shoes. In the last category titled, “Stories,” Chiara provides a few pictures of things she has done and attaches an excerpt describing her adventure. Of course, she is dressed appropriately for each event. Whether it be sky-diving, having tea with her mother, or hanging out on the beach, she is dressed to the “T.” What makes each category on The Blonde Salad so special is that they are all genuinely her own style. Chiara gives meaning to each ensemble and does it with creativity and class.