Italian Fashion Blogs that Will Improve Your Reading Skills
Italy is one of the fashion capitals of the world. Some of the best known brands are Italian, such as Valentino, Armani, Cavalli, Versace, Prada, and Moschino. Therefore, It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the world of Italian fashion blogs have become a great resource for discovering the latest trends. In this post, you’ll not only discover which fashion blogs are popular but also, which blogs can help improve your Italian reading skills.
Best of all, there are no boring textbooks, no dry dialogue, and mind-numbing stories. You’ll learn about content you enjoy from native Italian speakers.
Ready? Let’s go!
Italian fashion blogs
The Blonde Salad
Chiara Ferragni is one of the most famous fashion influencers in the world. She started her blog in 2009 and quickly turned into a global fashion icon, working with brands like Pantene and Amazon. In September 2017, she was ranked first on the Forbes “top fashion influencers” list.
Irene started her blog in 2009 and since then, she has collaborated with some of the biggest names of the in fashion (OVS Industry, Pronovias, Asos). Her blog focuses both on fashion and travel and you can also watch her videos to improve the listening.
The Fashion Fruit
Founded in 2010 by Veronica Ferraro and her partner, Giorgio Merlino, The Fashion Fruit has since become one of the most popular fashion blogs in Italy. You can read about which clothes are “in”, what to wear for specific occasions, and more.
Chiara is a young influencer and fashion blogger who was born in Naples. She blogs about her personal life and the work that she does within the fashion industry.
You can also checkout many online magazines for articles about style and trends. Here are just a few examples:
With just a few keywords, “stile”, “moda”, “consigli”, “vestirsi”, the world of Italian fashion is at your fingertips.
Learn Italian Faster Using LingQ
Immersing yourself in Italian doesn’t require you to travel abroad or sign up for an expensive language program, thanks to the internet.
However, it can be a bit tiresome to find interesting content, go back and forth between sites, use different dictionaries to look up words, and so on.
That’s why there’s LingQ. A language app that helps you discover and learn Italian from content you love.
You can import videos, podcasts, and much more and turn them into interactive lessons. Even one of the blogs I mentioned above. 🙂
Keep all your favorite Italian content stored in one place, easily look up new words, save vocabulary, and review. Check out our guide to importing content into LingQ for more information.
Enjoyed this post? Check out polyglot and LingQ cofounder Steve Kaufmann’s YouTube video on how reading may be the secret to his success with language learning!