Before I start, I'd like to mention that the following post is not sponsored in any way. I just received a question about fashion blogger programs and that's why I decided to make that post - to help you.
The following websites are the ones that offer fashion sponsorship programs for bloggers who are interested in fashion. I personally have worked with Sheinside and Chicnova on my Polyvore before and I'm totally happy with them. Although I did have some complications with Sheinside, the clothes I received were still very high-quality and I can't complain anymore. But I've also heard that a lot of people have had problems with them, so maybe I was just lucky? Talking about Chicnova, it's probably the most reliable company out there, since I haven't had even one single problem with them.
I can't promise you that you'll be accepted to every program, but you can give them a try. I believe in you and so should you. The worst thing they can tell you is no. If there's someone out there, who's currently looking for fashion blogger sponsorships, then have a look at the following clickable links:
ChoiesRequirements:You believe you have a taste for fashion and are influential in your personal blog, Facebook page, YouTube, Chicisimo etc.You blog about fashion frequently, at least once a week.
OasapRequirements:Are you a fashion blogger?Are you a pretty girl who adores loving fashion?Do you like posting photos of your outfits?Do you have many followers who like commenting on your posts?
Goodnight MacaroonRequirements:At least 1000 GFC followersBloggers who have less than 1000 subscribers are welcome to join their affiliate program.
ChicwishRequirements:Are you a fashion blogger? Do you have a blog or youtube channel about fashion,life style or beauty?
StylemoiThey have an application you have to fill in.
JewelSugarRequirements:Do you have a fashion and/or beauty blog or YouTube channel?Do you contribute vastly to online fashion communities such as Polyvore, Lookbook, Chictopia or fashion-dedicated Facebook Communities/Groups?Are you a Tweeting, Facebooking, Instagraming, Pinterest-Pinning fashion-dedicated enthusiast?
CHIKO ShoesRequirements: Your blog content shall be fashion or footwear related.One of your social networking account shall have at least 5,000 active followers.You must have 1000 followers via Bloglovin.
RomweRequirements:Your blog must have over 1,000 followers (via bloglovin or GFC).You have at least 5,000 followers with one of your social networking accounts.
ChicnovaRequirements:Any fashion lover who has got a blogger account with more than 1000 followers or any other social network account with more than 2000 followers can apply.
SheinsideRequirements:Your blog must have over 1,000 followers (via bloglovin or google friend).You have at least 5,000 followers with one of your social networking accounts.
Jessica BuurmanRequirements:You have passion for fashion and you love blogging about your style.You have an established platform that has at least 1000 fans or more. Your platform can be 1 or many of the following ones: Blog, Facebook, Lookbook, Twitter, Youtube, Instagram, Pinterest or Chictopia, Chicisimo etc.
BeHoneyBeeThey have an application you have to fill in. 
Keep in mind, everything featured on this blog is my honest opinion and my only goal is to help you. And I'd love to know, has any of my readers ever cooperated with any of those companies? I'd really like to know your opinion on fashion blogger program

I've blogged for two months already (oh man, the time flies so fast!), so I'm by no means an expert, but there are some things I've learnt during these amazing months so far and I'd love to share them with you.
Use 1-2 fonts maximum
Use more than 3 fonts and your blog’ll look messy. Just trust me. The most popular fonts are probably Times New Roman and Arial, but you can find a lot of other fonts from various websites, for example or
Pick a color scheme
To find scientifically matching color schemes, start with your primary color and find supplementary colors with a color scheme generator. I personally prefer black, gray and pink tones, but it’s all up to you. Using green, purple and orange at the same time isn’t a good idea, so it’s always better to feature neutral tones in your blog.
Make your blog mobile-friendly
Nowadays people say that “mobiles are the future” and that’s so true! Most of the time I browse different blogs I’m using my tablet or phone. You can find a tutorial on how to make your blog mobile-friendly here.
Navigation bar
When people visit your blog, the navigation bar is probably the first thing they’ll look at. There’s nothing wrong if you want to keep your blog’s design on minimum. Just be sure not to forget adding at least contact and about me pages. Also search box is a useful tool. I’ve seen a lot of people asking about designing the navbar, you can find some good ideas from here.
Sometimes less IS more
While using neon floral-patterned background may seem like a good idea, don’t! Just don’t! Design your blog’s appearance just the way you want it to be, but don’t go overboard. It's never a bad idea to use the help of those ones who really know what they're doing. One good example of designing blogs is Pipdig, their works look amazing and I'm probably going to purchase their template sometime soon.
Write about what you truly love
There’s no need to talk about shoes or hats if that’s not what you’re passionate about. When I started my blog, my goal was to write about fashion, but as the time passed, I realized that there are a lot of topics I want to cover -  one of them being DIY projects. Besides, if you don’t like your content, why should your readers do?
Don’t be afraid to promote your blog  
But be classy - no one likes follow for follow comments.  If you comment on other blogs, make sure to leave your blog's link in the comment too. I personally like those clickable links and for that I use the following code:
<a href="Your blog’s link here" rel="nofollow">Your blog’s name here</a>
Use Grammarly or Ginger
Grammarly is a cloud-based software that helps correct your grammar (and checks for plagiarism, just in case). Just copy and paste your text into the editor, and in seconds it will run more than 250 grammar checks, highlight your grammatical errors and give you suggestions on how to improve the text. Ginger is a good alternative for Grammarly. I personally use it, mostly because it's free. :D
Don’t measure stats too early.  
If you’ve blogged for a few months only and you're expecting thousands of views, then you’re wasting your time. Make sure you have Google Analytics installed and wait - the readers will come if the time is right. Just keep doing what you love the most and you'll see the results. Keep in mind, what's meant to be will always find a way.
I was browsing around web, looking for new post ideas. Then I found an amazing website, where they shared a lot of useful blog post ideas and decided to share them with you.
Review books/products/films – Reviews deliver a lot of valuable information to your followers and people are constantly looking for honest opinions, not the fake ones that the web is full of.
Make a guide/tutorial – If you’re a professional in a field or know some topics extra well, feel free to help the ones who have less skills and experience than you do. Tutorials and guides help people a lot.
Interview someone – Know any famous or people who have great stories behind their work/life/career? Interviews are extremely popular in two cases: a) you deliver an interview with a famous person who speaks very rarely in public or b) it shares really useful and practical tips and content.
Make a post full of GIFs – GIFs are the symbols of online entertainment and humor. There are thousands of GIFs and generators that help to produce new ones.

Create a photo post – Share your favorite photos from your niche or personal photos from your latest traveling adventure. Keep in mind that if you’re not the author, always give credit to the original photographer by providing a link.

Write inspirational/motivational post with famous quotes – People need little kicks to get going and get things done. Big things start from small ones and motivational posts can do miracles. Here’s one of the best quotes from Steve Jobs. “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else´s life.” 
Giveaway – Have you ever thought why products like GoPro or any other become more and more popular with each day? They do giveaway campaigns regularly. People love free stuff and it helps to reach new audiences.
Create a list of something – People are lazy, they don’t want to waste time on searching and gathering information. That’s the reason why lists are popular. Create TOP 10 or better yet: TOP 100 lists, lists of movies, books, influential people or any other topic.
Announce that you’ve turned the comments into “do-follow” so you can get more comments – You will probably get 50% more comments in that way. However, the downside of this technique is that you might receive a lot of “spam” blog comments as well.
Share your favorite blogs/bloggers in one post – It’s a bit similar to “Make a list” idea but sharing the blogs and bloggers you follow is never a bad idea. Give the resources to your readers, believe me, they are grateful and won’t stop following you.
Invite your readers to submit guest posts – Are you struggling with new posts or have to leave for some time? Ask people to write guest posts. It’s a win-win situation, you get the content, they can build up their name or brand.
Publish the best comments that your blog has got throughout the history – Are you using a vote system on your comments or just know the posts where some comments have raised very fruitful discussions? Share them in a separate post.
Produce or publish your art – Online galleries and portfolios look cool and can be the first step to the world for artists. So publish your paintings, comics, graphical design masterpieces and other stuff as well.
Publish a post about your success and epic failures – Being successful means doing mistakes or in other words failing. But failing is not bad, it’s a learning experience to be better the next time. So, that’s the reason why you should talk publicly about your success and failures, to let others learn from it.
Ask your readers to tweet, like and share the posts they like – Spreading the word about your blog or posts is important but sometimes people need a little extra kick to do that, so write a post for that.
Write a post about things you regret doing/not doing – When you surf around Quora or Yahoo Answers, you’ll find many very popular topics and posts about the things people regret doing and not doing. Try to write down your own list.
Publish some little or unknown facts – The Internet and different encyclopedias are full of facts, some of them are really random. For example “Did you know that the pink/red/white color of flamingos comes from the food they eat?”
Write about the most important lessons you’ve learned in your life – What is more kind than helping others and analyzing yourself at the same time?
Make a post about your most popular posts - Gather the data behind the most popular posts (traffic, shares and comments) and write them down in a single post.
Share food recipes – Don’t know what to write about? Share the recipes of your favorite meals and desserts.
Ask for general feedback on your blog – Sometimes you can improve your blog by the way your readers want. Minor tweakshere and there can add value that can bring you more traffic and returning visitors.
Make a post about future plans - Dreaming of being a world-class analyst or an entrepreneur in five years time? Looking to start studies at a university? Write the plans down, it’s interesting to read them later on and it gives new ideas to other people as well
Write about why you actually started blogging - Simply tell your followers how it all started…
Write the list of things and activities you want to do before death – Ever seen the books in the bookstore called “1001 places to visit/foods to eat/artists to listen before you die”? Build your own list and inspire others to do that as well.
Questions and answers blog post - Make a “Questions Monday”. Promise to answer all the questions your audience has.
Make a handwritten post and publish it by taking a photo - Hand-written texts look amazing and show your creativity as well as character.
Publish a post as an audio file (mp3) - Write your post and record it as an audio file. It allows the readers to follow the blog on the go, all they need is an mp3 player or a smartphone.
Create a list of online tools you find useful - There are literally dozens of tools that can make life a lot easier, create a list of the ones you use or would like to use.
Write a blog post about blog post ideas in your niche – List down 101 blog topics in your niche, a lot of people find it useful.