Various people have guest posted here, and have let me, in turn for their blogs. These are just a few links of who has guest posted for Mademoiselle, and will be updated regularly. Any blogs that have since been defunct are marked with a *.
Kimberly Jessica blogs at at Kimberlyjessica.co.uk, including about food and tags-the best friend tag is a personal favourite. She is also persistent in collaborating with PR companies and other bloggers. She also participated in the first Mademoiselle guest posting week.
Katie blogs sporadically, and she came to collaborate and guest post for this website, through our shared fandom of Lissie, the indie singer songwriter. She blogs at countrykatieuk.wordpress.com. She was a blogger who similarly participated in the first Mademoiselle guest posting week.
Ian is involved in the planner universe, and regularly posts about his hobby. At the time of writing, in conjunction with the first Mademoiselle guest posting week, he let us see inside his planner. He posts at filofaxist.blogspot.com
Lizabeth blogs about similar subjects to Mademoiselle-they all seemingly centre on lifestyle, over at lizabethwestwood.wordpress.com. As another person who participated in the first Mademoiselle guest posting week, she wrote about her capsule bookcase.
Natalie has guest posted on Mademoiselle twice now; she participated in the first guest posting week also. She blogs about beauty at youralmostalice.co.uk, although this has grown to encompass other subjects-such as pen paling.
Freya blogs at freyasnook.blogspot.com, and is regularly active on Twitter. Again, she participated in the first guest posting week on Mademoiselle, writing about books-a subject of great appeal.
Jane is a huge Alfie Boe fan-and runs the fan website, thoughtsofjustafan.com. She guest posted in the first guest posting week for Mademoiselle-a biography of Alfie Boe himself-having seen a Mademoiselle post about the duet album he featured on, Together.
Jean no longer blogs at oberjean.blogspot.co.uk, however can be found elsewhere on the internet. She also inspired the owner of Mademoiselle, Lydia, to buy her very first Filofax. She wrote about knitting.
Cat has been very active on her blog, cat-throughacatseyes.blogspot.co.uk , for almost ten years now. She has collaborated variously with Mademoiselle, even once giving an interview.