Follow these 10 stylish Instagram accounts to inspire your wardrobes…
In order to stay on the right side of cool, here are 10 of the best style Instagram accounts to follow for endless inspiration…
For effortless style, travel and beauty pictures, Lucy Williams of Fashion Me Now, is a must-follow. Her relaxed style will inspire you to embrace a more nonchalant side to your style.
Caroline Issa is the founder of both Tank Magazine and Because Magazine. She’s a designer for LK Bennett, and Caroline Issa for Nordstrom. Expect photos of artwork, views from the front row, and images of Caroline looking chic in her classic, sometimes almost masculine looks.
Garance is a witty and honest French blogger living in New York. She welcomes you into her world as one of the first and foremost bloggers. Garance posts images of other people, places and looks that move her. And it looks absolutely lovely. If you like her Instagram, check out her blog and her book (New York Times bestseller) Love x Style x Life.
4. @ veronikaheilbrunner
A street style favourite, Veronika’s way of creating ensembles never fails to make us think. Before she started the wonderful website for savvy and fun women, Hey Woman!, she was the style editor for Harper’s Bazaar, so it’s hardly surprising that she is pretty nifty in that department.
The stylist and creative consultation, Kate Foley, is always in a dress, and always looks cool and modern.
One of the original street style photographers, Scott Schuman has a knack for capturing the most unusual and interesting people about the place and in the best possible natural light. That’s no mean feat. Check out his Street Style Books for further inspiration, and of course, his blog.
Just the best. If you don’t already follow Leandra, you must. She challenges the way you think clothes should be put together and incorporates more personality into her outfits than anyone else.
Part of the street style and the Attico design duo with Gilda Ambrosio, Tordini’s style is classic with a twist; touches of menswear teamed with feminine accessories, her looks are always finished off with a pair of heels. The best news is her style is translated to her brand Attico, so you can bag yourself a bit of her style.
Make like writer, stylist and fashion features editor at The Sunday Times Style Magazine, Pandora Sykes, and bring a little humour and wink to your look this spring. Her Instagram feed is full of shots from her styling work and blog, along with witty little snaps. Expect the unexpected with Pandora and prepare to want to do it like she does.
Sarah Harris is the fashion features director at British Vogue and is known internationally for her classic, sophisticated and unexpected looks. You aren’t likely to see Sarah in anything too “shouty”, she’s more of a jeans and a t-shirt kind of girl.