What’s For Lunch?? The Blonde Salad!

Dec 31, 2010 By Mckenzie

No, The Blonde Salad is not a new type of salad specifically for people with blonde hair that you might come across on a lunch or dinner menu. It’s actually a fashion blog created by the chic blonde-headed and blue-eyed Italian, Chiara Ferragni. The concept for the name came from the idea that her blog was originally going to be a “salad” or mixture of things in her life, but she quickly focused in on fashion. Although Ferragni has only been blogging for a little over a year she has become a very established fashion industry insider. I have to say that her instant fame can partly be attributed to her gorgeous boyfriend Riccardo, or “Richie” as she calls him. They are an adorable couple, but like we said in a previous blog post, all great fashion bloggers have boyfriends that are willing to take photos CONTINUALLY.

Because of her blog and her newly acclaimed fame, Ferragni now has her very own shoe collection. The collection is rather simple and small, but it’s an amazing start! The line consists of the same ankle-bootie style shoes with ivory tusk-type heels that look as though they had permanent markers taken to them.

My favorite part about The Blonde Salad besides the fashion has to be it’s location! Ferragni not only resides in Europe, but also travels all over taking pictures of everything as any true blogger would. She is definitely making her way in the fashion world as a fantastically famous fashion blogger and fashion influential just like Rumi Neely, Bryan Boy and Jane Aldridge. If you are looking for some effortless European chic fashion, head on over to Chiara Ferragni’s blog, The Blonde Salad.

[Images via The Blonde Salad]

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