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If you fancy giving your Instagram a fashionable re-vamp, look no further. We’ve chosen a few of our follow-worthy favourites with great styling inspiration from fashion, to interior design and cooking.

 

 

If you fancy giving your instagram a fashionable re-vamp, look no further. We’ve chosen a few of our follow-worthy favourites with great styling inspiration from fashion, to interior design and cooking.

 

Lisa Aiken

Former Fashion Director at net-a-porter, Lisa is something of an oracle in the women's fashion industry with her unwaveringly cool wardrobe choices. She has taken her timeless but bold sense of style to the streets of New York having recently been appointed as the new fashion and buying director for Moda Operandi. Her work sees her on the road for the majority of the year, jetting off to impossibly cool locations. Oh what we’d do to hop into her suitcase…..


Alexandra Stedman

Founder of one of the UK’s most trusted blogs ‘The Frugality’, set up after years of friends asking how she managed to achieve high-end looks on a high street budget, Alexandra needs to be on your following list. A refreshing change to the many Insta accounts heaving with ultra-expensive pieces, Alex takes a practical and prudent approach to fashion – her posts often focus on ways to get the most out of what you've got, from ways to elevate high street purchases and how to pick the right investment pieces to tips for selling on eBay.


Monikh Dale

An aesthetically beautiful account to grace your feed, this London-based stylist has quite the eye for super practical, simple but very cool outfits. Not just a go-to for fashion inspiration and styling tricks, Monikh is also on a journey to dress her new home with beautiful furniture, big spaces, skylights and so much more.


Kate Hiscox

Kate has a fantastic sense of 'normal' fashion and a no-fuss approach to shopping. Her account is light hearted, fun to follow and packed with plenty of things to learn from; Kate’s penned articles on everything from '6 things that we are often told we should not wear after a certain age and why that’s stuff and nonsense’ to ‘5 rules for shopping the sales: guidelines to stop you buying nonsense stuff just because it's cheaper.'


Erica Davies

Erica is the ultimate spokeswoman for individual and personal style, and coined the statement ‘leopard print is a neutral’ which tells you a lot about her bold and colourful approach to fashion. She regularly takes the latest trends and shows how to wear them in a way that feels good, and feels you. She also throws in some fun and fabulous house decor tips, and shares beautiful pockets of her own, very vibrant family home.


Back of the wardrobe 70

Yorkshire mum of four, Melissa has an amazing eye for curated but effortless fashionable style and, not to mention her great taste in interior design, soon visible as you find yourself endlessly scrolling. Lots of easy watching stories, laughter and simply fabulous outfits.


Modest Mira

Whatever your reason for wanting to cover up, religious or not, there’s something that everyone can learn from Mira’s approach to style. The queen of head-to-toe dressing, she uses scarves and polo necks for ‘a twist of modesty’ and cleverly plays with proportion within her outfits to achieve beautiful and balanced looks. Mira’s looks are living proof that you don’t have to compromise on style in order to dress modestly, and she’s on a mission to spread positivity all round, and encourage everyone to be different in their own way – big thumbs up from us.


Yvonne Telford

Who doesn’t want a daily dose of eye-catching gorgeousness, bold patterns and vibrant fabrics in their feed? You can count on Yvonne for big dollops of all that, and it’s no surprise that she and her vibrant fashion label have been massively popular during lockdown, as plenty of us sought out colourful, happy-making things to invigorate our social feeds and our wardrobes. Yvonne’s creations have a strong Nigerian influence with a Western twist; her stunning hand-dyed prints are all made by female artisans in Nigeria, where Yvonne herself was born and raised.


Kat Farmer

Charismatic Kat has a fabulous, no-messing-about approach to fashion, and shares expert advice and styling hacks in her own, inimitable way. Kat’s former career as a fashion journalist saw her writing for the likes of Stella Magazine, so becoming a full-time blogger and fashion influencer was something of an inevitability. Today, her Instagram account and popular blog, ‘Does my bum look 40’ is up there with the best.


Caroline Style Hacks

With an early career in fashion retail and buying, Caroline had a short career break to start a family but couldn’t stay away long. With a passion for sharing and explaining fashion choices and styling ‘hacks’ (clue’s in the name), Caroline wears high street brands that are affordable and accessible for all, making her a very relatable Insta fashion guru. Her focus is feeling happy and confident in what you wear and empowering other women to do the same. We find ourselves ‘double tapping’ her outfits every time...


Lisa Aiken

Former Fashion Director at net-a-porter, Lisa is something of an oracle in the women's fashion industry with her unwaveringly cool wardrobe choices. She has taken her timeless but bold sense of style to the streets of New York having recently been appointed as the new fashion and buying director for Moda Operandi. Her work sees her on the road for the majority of the year, jetting off to impossibly cool locations. Oh what we’d do to hop into her suitcase…..


Alexandra Stedman

Founder of one of the UK’s most trusted blogs ‘The Frugality’, set up after years of friends asking how she managed to achieve high-end looks on a high street budget, Alexandra needs to be on your following list. A refreshing change to the many Insta accounts heaving with ultra-expensive pieces, Alex takes a practical and prudent approach to fashion – her posts often focus on ways to get the most out of what you've got, from ways to elevate high street purchases and how to pick the right investment pieces to tips for selling on eBay.


Monikh Dale

An aesthetically beautiful account to grace your feed, this London-based stylist has quite the eye for super practical, simple but very cool outfits. Not just a go-to for fashion inspiration and styling tricks, Monikh is also on a journey to dress her new home with beautiful furniture, big spaces, skylights and so much more.


Kate Hiscox

Kate has a fantastic sense of 'normal' fashion and a no-fuss approach to shopping. Her account is light hearted, fun to follow and packed with plenty of things to learn from; Kate’s penned articles on everything from '6 things that we are often told we should not wear after a certain age and why that’s stuff and nonsense’ to ‘5 rules for shopping the sales: guidelines to stop you buying nonsense stuff just because it's cheaper.'


Erica Davies

Erica is the ultimate spokeswoman for individual and personal style, and coined the statement ‘leopard print is a neutral’ which tells you a lot about her bold and colourful approach to fashion. She regularly takes the latest trends and shows how to wear them in a way that feels good, and feels you. She also throws in some fun and fabulous house decor tips, and shares beautiful pockets of her own, very vibrant family home.


Back of the Wardrobe 70

Yorkshire mum of four, Melissa has an amazing eye for curated but effortless fashionable style and, not to mention her great taste in interior design, soon visible as you find yourself endlessly scrolling. Lots of easy watching stories, laughter and simply fabulous outfits.


Modest Mira

Whatever your reason for wanting to cover up, religious or not, there’s something that everyone can learn from Mira’s approach to style. The queen of head-to-toe dressing, she uses scarves and polo necks for ‘a twist of modesty’ and cleverly plays with proportion within her outfits to achieve beautiful and balanced looks. Mira’s looks are living proof that you don’t have to compromise on style in order to dress modestly, and she’s on a mission to spread positivity all round, and encourage everyone to be different in their own way – big thumbs up from us.


Yvonne Telford

Who doesn’t want a daily dose of eye-catching gorgeousness, bold patterns and vibrant fabrics in their feed? You can count on Yvonne for big dollops of all that, and it’s no surprise that she and her vibrant fashion label have been massively popular during lockdown, as plenty of us sought out colourful, happy-making things to invigorate our social feeds and our wardrobes. Yvonne’s creations have a strong Nigerian influence with a Western twist; her stunning hand-dyed prints are all made by female artisans in Nigeria, where Yvonne herself was born and raised.


Kat Farmer

Charismatic Kat has a fabulous, no-messing-about approach to fashion, and shares expert advice and styling hacks in her own, inimitable way. Kat’s former career as a fashion journalist saw her writing for the likes of Stella Magazine, so becoming a full-time blogger and fashion influencer was something of an inevitability. Today, her Instagram account and popular blog, ‘Does my bum look 40’ is up there with the best.


Caroline Style Hacks

With an early career in fashion retail and buying, Caroline had a short career break to start a family but couldn’t stay away long. With a passion for sharing and explaining fashion choices and styling ‘hacks’ (clue’s in the name), Caroline wears high street brands that are affordable and accessible for all, making her a very relatable Insta fashion guru. Her focus is feeling happy and confident in what you wear and empowering other women to do the same. We find ourselves ‘double tapping’ her outfits every time...


Caroline Style Hacks

With an early career in fashion retail and buying, Caroline had a short career break to start a family but couldn’t stay away long. She has a passion for sharing and explaining fashion choices and styling ‘hacks’ (clue’s in the name), working with high street brands that are affordable and accessible for all, making her a very relatable Insta fashion guru. Her focus is all about feeling happy and confident in what you wear and empowering other women to do the same. We find ourselves ‘double tapping’ her outfits all the time...