In case it wasn’t already totally apparent, fashion blogs are kind of our jam here at Brit + Co. We read them on the reg — all the while stumbling upon and bookmarking new ones to follow — and glean unlimited sartorial inspo with the passing of each new post. Now that one of our favorite bloggers, Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere, is a full-fledged fashion designer and all, it’s got us thinking: What if more of our fave fashionistas made the leap into designing? Seriously, just how awesome would that be?! Scroll on for 21 of our favorite tastemakers that we think could benefit from a clothing line of their own.


1. Monling Lee of Color Index: Eat your heart out, Pantone lovers! If Monling Lee designed a clothing line, it would be #allcolorornothing. Do we foresee a collaboration with J.Crew in the works? Fingers crossed. (Photo via Color Index)


2. Kelly Mindell of Studio DIY: While Kelly Mindell is technically a DIY blogger, we’d still love to see her creative take on fashion design. From the punchy color combos to the variety of materials incorporated (hello, sequins, tassels and random doodads), an exclusive Studio DIY-inspired line would be every DIYer’s dream. (Photo via Studio DIY)


3. Nicolette Mason: Nicolette Mason, aka the coolest girl on the block, would design the ultimate plus-size fashion line. Part edgy, part girly but always bold, Nicolette’s style would make for one fearless clothing line. Sign us up. (Photo via


4. Kimberly Pesch of Eat. Sleep. Wear.: Dressing like a cool girl is no easy task, but Kimberly Pesch does it so well. The Eat. Sleep. Wear. clothing line that we envision would consist of neutral basics, awesome cutout maxis and no shortage of simple accessories (hats, hats, hats) to achieve the quintessential downtown look. (Photo via Eat. Sleep. Wear.)


5. Andy Torres of StyleScrapbook: As far as international style is concerned, Andy Torres’ line would undoubtedly be street chic + Amsterdam inspired. (Photo via StyleScrapbook)


6. Courtney Quinn of Color Me Courtney: Any fashion blogger that inspires us to channel our inner Carrie Bradshaw on the daily is good in our book. In the midst of oversaturated fashion trends, a clothing line reflecting Courtney’s fun, carefree and quirky style would provide us all with an excuse to play dress-up. And, most importantly, wear more tulle skirts. (Photo via Color Me Courtney)


7. Julia Engel of Gal Meets Glam: Not only is Julia Engel ridiculously gorgeous (does she ever look anything less than amazing?), but she has a killer sense of style to match. Let’s be honest: We’d wear anything that has Julia’s sartorial stamp of approval. ‘Nuff said. (Photo via Gal Meets Glam)


8. Paulien of Polienne: Known for her minimalist style with a tomboy touch, Paulien could easily collaborate with a fast-fashion retailer (Zara and H&M, are you listening?) to release a line consisting of the most up-and-coming trends. (Photo via Creators of Desire)


9. Daphne of Mode and the City. Pinch us, please! A clothing line à la this Parisian prepster would be our dream come true. Bring on the Breton stripes, polka dots and charming gingham prints — we’re ready for ya. (Photo via Mode and the City)


10. Amy Havins of Dallas Wardrobe. Considering the fact that Amy’s a Texas gal and all, we just know that her stylish creations would be full of southern charm. Split between easy-breezy daytime staples and a few show-stopping formal options, this line would be perf for the #everygirl. (Photo via Dallas Wardrobe)


11. Tuula by Jessica Stein: Cue the wanderlust. If Jessica’s jet-setting blog and Instagram feed are any indication, then a swimwear line — consisting of everything from bikinis and beach cover-ups to print-tastic jumpsuits — is inevitable. Bring on the island vibes + espadrilles, please. (Photo via Tuula)


12. Mary Seng of Happily Grey: Fear not, all you minimalist enthusiasts, we haven’t forgotten about you. Mary Seng’s “unplanned style” is one that we can all get behind. Rest assured that the lookbook for this collection would be right in line with Happily Grey’s less = more aesthetic. (Photo via Happily Grey)


13. Kendi Skeen of Kendi Everyday: If Kendi released a clothing line, we imagine that it would be chock-full of wearable (and budget-friendly) separates that could be remixed a number of ways. (Photo via Kendi Everyday)


14. Christina Caradona of Trop Rouge: This NYC blogger’s style is the envy of self-proclaimed cool girls everywhere — us included. Constantly experimenting with new looks, Trop Rouge embodies the fearless, trendsetting girl that we all want to be. (Photo via Troprouge)


15. Natalie Suarez of Natalie Off Duty: This fashion industry insider, model + blogger plays by her own fashion rules. A full-fledged clothing line inspired by Natalie’s “model off duty” style just makes sense. We’re thinking bohemian dresses, retro silk blouses and festival attire galore. (Photo via Natalie Off Duty)


16. Keiko Lynn: Vintage meets retro meets eclectic… REPEAT. There’s no doubt that Keiko Lynn would fulfill a unique niche in the fashion market with her ever-evolving style (and kitschy accessories to match). (Photo via Keiko Lynn)


17. Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific: The real question here is how does Bee not already have her very own standalone fashion line? (Just FYI: We already know that it would be called Bee by Blair Eadie.) As we allow our imagination to run wild, we predict a well-curated collection of ladylike full skirts and power suits on the horizon. (Photo via Atlantic-Pacific)


18. Susie Lau of Style Bubble: When art intersects with fashion, the level of zaniness and playfulness has no limit. Proving that fashion is a true art form, Susie Lau is a whiz at print-mixing, creating unexpected juxtapositions and partaking in major color play. Could a ready-to-wear line by the one and only Style Bubble be in the works? We can only hope so. (Photo via Style Bubble)


19. Sarah Vickers of Classy Girls Wear Pearls: While Sarah already takes stock in the preppy, New England-based lifestyle brand known as Kiel James Patrick (KJP), we’re waiting for the day that she ventures out and designs a clothing line of her own. Sure to consist of a fair share of old-school-meets-modern-prep classics made in the USA (of course), a Classy Girls Wear Pearls collection would *almost* be too good to be true. (Photo via Classy Girls Wear Pearls)


20. Jacey Duprie of Damsel in Dior: Now practically a household name, Jacey Duprie of Damsel in Dior is queen of the effortless chic #ootd. Major bonus: Her style translates well from NY to LA. #Winning (Photo via Damsel in Dior)


21. Kristina Bazan of Kayture: No stranger to collaborating with luxury brands, Kristina Bazan’s fashion-forward style and worldly travels would serve as the perfect backdrop for a clothing line. We’re not exaggerating when we say that everything she wears and posts on Insta is reminiscent of something out of the pages of Vogue. (Photo via Kayture)

Which fashion blogger would you most like to see debut an independent clothing line? Tell us in the comments below!