• Italian beauty Chiara Ferragni of the Blonde Salad was one of the O.G. fashion bloggers. Relying on her affiliate commissions alone, it would take her just two months to earn a doctor's annual salary. She also has a shoe collection, which contributed to her jaw-dropping total earnings in 2015: $8 million. #girlcrush

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  • Bryan Boy, one of the first male fashion bloggers, hasn't revealed much about his earnings lately, but back in 2010 he said that he was making over $100,000 per year in advertising. Gulp! I would guess that he is making five times that amount now—and that doesn't include his earnings from personal appearances, collaborations, and social media posts. Clearly, Bryan Boy is now a rich boy.

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  • Twenty-three-year-old Jane Aldridge of Sea of Shoes paved the way for many fashion bloggers with her bold aesthetic and shoe obsession. She claims to have $70,000 a year in "shoe expenses," but her earnings make up for it: The fiery redhead makes about $50,000 per month and $20,000 a pop for personal appearances.

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  • Utah-based "mommy blogger" Rach Parcell of Pink Peonies isn't your typical soccer mom. Thanks in part to her collaborations with big brands, the 23-year-old's annual salary puts a doctor's to shame. In 2015, she made more than $1 million in affiliate sales commissions alone. Wow!

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  • Antoinette Koulas was one of the first "Instagram models." Though she is popularly known as a Sydney-based fashion blogger, many brands see her as marketing gold. She commands up to $5,000 for an Instagram post featuring a product, and refers to herself as an in-demand "billboard."

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  • Blair Eadie, the chic blogger behind Atlantic-Pacific and a VP of merchandising at Tory Burch, is constantly ranked as a top earner but has never disclosed how much she makes. Based on what we know, it's fair to assume that Eadie is raking in seven figures in affiliate sales commissions alone. #ladyboss

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  • Wendy Nguyen is behind Wendy's Lookbook, one of the most powerful and frequently viewed fashion blogs on the web. In addition, she is a force on Instagram and a YouTube sensation. In the words of Alicia Keys, this girl is on fire. Nguyen has never actually shared her income, but—judging from her big-brand contracts—it's upwards of $1.5 million per year.

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