16.12 2018 07:00h
16.12 2018 07:00h

8 British Style YouTubers You Need To Watch in 2019

Love Zoella and Lily Pebbles? Check out these fashionable vloggers straight from the UK
by @Laura Andrea Kell

Victoria Magrath (In The Frow)

Beauty, brains and a killer sense of style: Victoria Magrath owns it when it comes to establishing herself as a voice of authority in fashion on her channels.

According to her website, Magrath established her blog, Inthefrow.com, in late 2012 during the completion of her Fashion Ph.D. and career as a Fashion Marketing Lecturer at the University of Manchester. It soon went on to win numerous awards, and she began uploading videos to her YouTube channel of the same name.

Five years later, she’s still going strong. From trips to Bora Bora to skiing in Aspen, Magrath is a British style vlogger that has an outfit for all occasions.

Follow her on Instagram @inthefrow.

Freddy Cousin-Brown (Freddy My Love)

Love pink? Then this British style vlogger’s channel is for you.

Freddy Cousin-Brown has the girliest channel in all of YouTube – and we mean that in the best of ways. Take a scroll through her videos (or her Instagram account) and you’ll see she truly lives La Vie En Rose (without overdoing it). In addition to running her YouTube channel and social media, Cousin-Brown is signed to the infamous Storm Models and is a Victoria Secret Ambassador.

Follow her on Instagram @freddy.

Natasha Ndlovu

This model-turned-vlogger knows how to work a camera in numerous ways.

Based in London, Natasha Ndlovu manages to make high street fashion look expensive on her YouTube channel. But the best part about this British style vlogger's channel? This "micro-vlogger" speaks multiple languages and has started to create content in Spanish.

Follow her on Instagram @natashandlovu.

Lailli and Alizey Mirza (PINTSIZEDFASHTV)

Sisters Lailli and Alizey call themselves "the Middle East's first luxury Youtube blogger" and split their time between London and Dubai.

The channel mostly features Lailli and is a healthy mix of luxury fashion, beauty, and insights into her life. 

Follow Lailli on Instagram @laillimirza.

Suzie Bonaldi (HelloOctoberxo)

Suzie Bonaldi hails from Brighton and creates personal style videos for her YouTube channel, HelloOctoberxo (with a bit of beauty, "a hint of travel" and general life vlogs mixed in.) 

She was awarded the Cosmo Blog Award for Best Established Beauty Blog in October of 2013, which doesn't surprise us at all. Her videos are captivating and her Instagram feed is beautifully curated.

Follow her on Instagram @hellooctober.

Rosie Bea (msrosiebea)

Rosie Bea is a university student currently studying Fashion Design and is working on her final collection as part of her third-year studies.

If you're looking for inspiration on how to style high-street pieces, Rosie is your girl. Most of her videos feature affordable items from brands like H&M and Zara. She also shares her vintage and charity shop hauls with her subscribers.

Follow Rosie on Instagram @rosietheginger.

Olivia Purvis (What Olivia Did)

Photographer-blogger-vlogger Olivia Purvis started her blog, What Olivia Did, in 2010 and a YouTube channel of the same name followed four years later. 

If you're a fan of blush and pastel shares, you'll appreciate Olivia's aesthetic and how she puts together her outfits. 

Follow her on Instagram @livpurvis.

MissAlex

This petite style vlogger is the go-to YouTuber for ladies with smaller statures.

"Being only 4'11, I found it difficult to find clothes that fitted and flattered my body type," she said on her YouTube channel. "I post regular fashion videos about styling a petite frame & the best places to shop to do just that!"

Follow her on Instagram @missalexandraax.

Did we miss your favorite British style vlogger? Let us know in the comments below. 

Photo credit: Shutterstock.

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