You Can Now Shop Your Favorite Style and Design Blogs

(Source; Art by Tanya Leigh Washington)We're noticing a growing trend among some of our favorite bloggers: These style mavens are founding some of the best new online shopping sites on the Internet. You already love their outfits, follow their Instagram feeds and read their blog posts religiously, but now you can benefit from their styling talent and design know-how by shopping their carefully curated e-boutiques. Each of these sites is packed to the brim with beautiful, playful and quirky items for your closet and home.

Check out some of our favorite, blogger-founded online shops:

Biscuit Home
(Source; instagram.com/Baileyquin, Biscuit Home; Smathers & Branson Port & Starboard Flask, $65; Biscuit Home 
Joanna Duvet Blue Ombre, Twin $175, Queen $225, King $275)
Shop owner and blogger Bailey McCarthy launched her career as a professional decorator after the astounding success of her blog, Peppermint Bliss. Then, in October 2012, McCarthy opened a brick-and-mortar version of Biscuit Home in Houston, Texas. The online store soon followed, offering the same high-quality, whimsical linens ($55–$300), gifts ($10–$175) and home accessories ($6–$315) available at the Houston store. We love the gorgeous mix-and-match bedding and the smaller items such as embroidered flasks ($65) that make perfect hostess gifts.

Lemon Stripes
(Source; instagram/Lemonstripes, Lemon Stripes Shop; Julie Vos Hot Air Balloon Scarf, $165; Grinnell Designs Chain and Sparkle Necklace, $108)Julia Dzafic started her blog, Lemon Stripes, in 2010 to keep family and friends updated on her adventures in New York (and to dole out fashion advice). Since then, her blog has grown into a gorgeous creative space. Her online store, The Lemon Stripes Store, is a great spot to pick up sparkly costume jewelry ($24–$224), quirky home goods ($6–$50) and chic accessories  ($10–$164).

Moorea Seal
(Source; Instagram/Mooreaseal, Moorea Seal; Carolyn Suzuki Happy Together Card, $4; Karu Geometric Cut Out Tote, $66)This gorgeous e-boutique has become a go-to for us when we need witty cards ($4–$70); edgy, earthy jewelry ($10–$150); or unique accessories ($8–$120) and bags ($8–$340). Founded by blogger Moorea Seal (who the shop is named for) and based in Seattle, this online store's inventory is made up of handmade goods from artists in the United States and around the world. Plus, 7 percent of all purchases is to donated to various charities.

Society Social
(Source; instagram/Societysocial, Society Social; Society Social The Sedgewick Bar Cart, $575; Society Social Green Pagoda Jar Lamp, $190)It started with six fabulous bar carts but Roxy Te Owens of My Cup of Te was just getting started. She launched her online store, Society Social, in 2011 and in less than four months her made-to-order and ready-made furniture ($220–$1475) to home goods ($24–$600) and even chic hostess gifts ($15-$60) were gaining accolades from top design magazines and websites. All of her fun, modern designs are exclusive to her online store, so you really feel as though you're getting something special when you order.

Shop Frankie's
(Source: instagram/Frankiefashion, Shop Frankie's; Shop Frankies Neoprene Dress, $60; Shop Frankie's Oversized Moto Jacket, $49)LA blogger Nicole Levine's laid-back-chic style was so popular with the followers of her blog, Frankie Hearts Fashion, that she decided to put her eye for style to good use. She launched Shop Frankie's and loaded it up with affordable, LA-cool pieces that we love. From feminine dresses ($33–$52) to edgy outerwear ($49–$68), there's something for everyone in her easy-to-shop store.
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