8 gorgeous websites a girl in her 20s-30s must bookmark



In case it still isn’t obvious, it is a method to my madness to put as much inspiration as I can out there for you 'cause you and I, sister, we're creative go-getters like that. So today, I decided to round up and share a list of my frequent go-tos when I need me a good refill of ideas, to strategize my game plans, or to plainly un-bore myself (a good cry at a touching article included). This list sits between thinkers and tastemakers. Each uniquely presents thoughts and ideas with so much wit and whim. Not to mention, a tasty web design. Above all, I like them for their common ground - to speak bravely and clearly to the young female heart. Telling her that she is, that she can, and that she will.



Nothing like a gorgeous-looking website that shapes up your life on all levels from finance to travel to fashion to culture to wellness. The Everygirl could be everything for any girl.





I can’t get enough of the Astrotwins. Imagine your bestfriend reading your star signs. Sisters Ophira and Tali’s horoscopes are inspiring, challenging and spot-on to some degree.




We’re all about changemakers. And Never Underdressed delivers. This website practically says, “This is the future of fashion magazines” with their not-so-intimidating articles on luxury and an offbeat responsive infrastructure.




Verily is an online magazine that pledged not to use Photoshop on their images. I reckon it is a manifestation of the ‘rise of the real girl’ movement. Revolutions aside, their content is queen. I’m a fan of their relationships section.




Although spearheaded by a girl not yet in her 20s or 30s, I  appreciate how Rookie Mag is unapologetic about empowering young women with the notion that awkwardness is okay. The way I love this zine makes me think I’m not really done growing up.



If you want to be moved on a more serious note (sometimes to the point of tears or fist pumps), Huffpost Women has some beautiful stories for you.





Styleite is my go-to for the latest heated topics in media, living, beauty and the runway. I think a little controversy now and then won’t hurt and can, matter-of-factly, set your creativity in motion.



Russh is the intelligent girl’s fashion bible. It possesses a quiet but substantial demeanor. I’m drawn particularly to their writing. Every phrase is chiming. AND they are free to download on the iPad. Win.




Care to share?
I know damn well I have not seen every lovely website under the same theme
so it would be a real joy to hear your own favorites in the comment section below.


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4 comments:

  1. My creative ego has been lost recently and i took a break from reading (and exploring) one website to another to say, thank you for sharing these gems. My cup is slowly being filled and now i shall return to reading! xx

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    1. I am so glad that this post was able to contribute to filling your cup of creative once again, Paula, because I know you have so much to offer. <3

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  2. Thank you Sofia,

    These were really inspiring, looks lil emu pinterest boards will never go hungry!!

    xoxo

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    1. Hi Nichole! That's good to know. Yes, these lovely websites are indeed pinboard material. :)

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