Instagram Influencers: The Top Fashion Accounts You Should Be Following
With Instagram fast becoming to fashion what YouTube is to beauty, see the seven Insta accounts you should be following!
1. Anna Heaton (@asos_anna)
As a copyrighter and content editor for everyone’s favourite online store, Anna’s '90s-inspired style never fails to hit the mark. Consistently repping ASOS, with helpful links in every post on how to steal her look, she adds a preppy or edgy twist to classically feminine pieces, distinguishing her from the rest of the crowd.
2. Lauren Pizz (@raspberriesandrompers)
Lauren’s enviable style is conveniently easy to obtain through her online shop. Favouring clean lines and statement pieces, she looks effortlessly chic in every post, whether that be documenting her time at NYFW, or cuddling with her beautiful dog. Best post? Her ‘The Design Studio’ faux fur bomber, immediately setting a new bar for winter coat goals.
3. Nyané Lebajoa (@nyane)
Stunning beauty looks and sleek minimalistic outfits are what you can expect from Nyane’s Instagram. Her varied collection of eyewear is to die for, and she rocks a wide range of fabrics and prints. Her Debut cover in August for the magazine's happiness issue marked her move from social to print media, a deserved recognition for her internet success.
4. Phoebe Lettice Thompson (@phoebelettice)
After a somewhat disastrous stint on Made in Chelsea, most notable for Lucy Watson declaring that her nose ring looked "really weird", Phoebe has gone on to find success in the fashion world as the Director and Stylist for Illustrated People. Her urban-inspired look draws on sports-luxe pieces combined with oversized fur coats or thigh-high boots, and she never fails to make a statement.
5. Jess Woodley (@jessicaannewoodley)
Another former Made in Chelsea girl, Jess left the show to focus on her role as Creative Director of ‘wearerosecollective’. She jumps between masculine and feminine inspired looks with ease, demonstrating her prowess as a true chameleon of style. Her signature blunt blonde bob and minimalistic makeup cemented her as a beauty trendsetter, leading to a limited edition collaboration with Rimmel London in the summer.
6. Sarah Freckles (@queenof_freckles)
If you’re looking for a floral, dreamy aesthetic, Sarah's is the account to follow. Highly focused on natural imagery and embracing her features, she often goes makeup-free and poses with different flowers. The embroidered dresses featured in her most recent posts are at the top of our must-have list.
7. Cat O'Brien (@catandtheodore)
Cat, a fashion student from Surrey, has perfected the minimalist look. Favouring pops of red against monochrome outfits, her charity-shop sourced pieces always give her the perfect silhouette. Her chic sense of fashion has a Parisian edge, and she’s never afraid to take a risk. A long-time favourite of ours, you can get your hands on items worn in her photos from her Depop shop.