Chictopia: Ordinary People

I – like many people – love to ogle the outfits that celebrities wear on the red carpets and on their daily shopping trips but sometimes that gets a little stale.

It can be pretty easy to look fabulously stylish when you have a team of stylists working on/for you (though some celebs still manage to fail epically in the style department) and while we all love Tommy Ton of JAK & JIL the majority of the people that he photographs are rich enough to afford designer clothes sometimes fresh off the runway.

So where can one turn to see ordinary, everyday fashionable people? Chictopia!

Chictopia is an online fashion destination where you can find thousands, if not millions, of photos of fashionable people from around the world.  While there are some people dripping in designer duds there are many more who are shopping on a budget (think Forever 21, Primark and their local thrift store).

On Chictopia you can upload photos of yourself in your stylish duds and find out what others think about your outfit, you can connect to users based on criteria such as body type and style, find out the cool shops in your area and so much more.

Below are some photos of some of the stylish Chictopia people.

And while you’re there check out Chictopia’s blogs too (Everybody Is Ugly is one of my faves)!


About Septembre

Septembre Anderson is a passionate journalist, cultural critic and public intellectual. Her work has appeared in Flare, FASHION Magazine,, Complex Canada, Vice Canada and Huffington Post Canada.
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