There’s something to be said about the pleasure of finding a magazine in the mailbox, or flipping through the pages in a coffee shop, or whiling away the hours of a long flight with a glossy stack. With that said, the internet has blessed us with online magazines. Now, we can enjoy magazine articles for free, and on our phones.
I’ll always love physical magazines, but today I’m sharing a few new loves of mine in the online magazine realm.
Dean Street Society – Dean Street Society covers style, life, and entrepreneurship with a graceful, plucky spirit that makes me feel like I could be totally at home having coffee with Hilary and discussing what humidity does to our bangs and how to set reasonable business goals.
Clementine Daily – Hilary introduced me to Clementine (she’s the style editor), a new magazine whose every article so far I’ve loved. Their sweet video makes me want to wear dresses every day, buy more flowers, ride a blue bike, and learn to play the ukulele. And dye my hair red. Check out their manifesto here.
Matchbook – I’ve followed Matchbook since their second issue, and it just gets better (Although, I do miss the hand drawn illustrations they used to have). It’s eye candy extravaganza with style, decor, art, parties, and more. In their words:
“Brimming with intriguing interviews, stately homes, captivating memoirs and swoon-worthy fashion spreads, matchbook seeks to inspire women around the globe to design a life they adore. From lipstick to letterpress, gelato to grosgrain, and Paris to Peru, consider us your field guide to a charmed life.”
The Beauty Department – If you’re on Pinterest, chances are that you’ve seen, and pinned, some of the photo tutorials from The Beauty Department. Everything you ever wanted to know – the right way to pluck your eyebrows, how to create the latest nail art or braided updo – this is the place.
Darling Magazine – Even though Darling Magazine has a print edition, there’s still great content on their website. The departments are divided into personas – The Achiever, The Dreamer, The Hostess, etc. Their mission says it all: