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10 Instagram Fashion Influencers You Should Follow

These well known–and not so well known– fashion influencers are inspiring in more ways than one. If you’re not already, check them out.

  • Yoyo Cao (@yoyokulala) Boasting an IG audience of a little over 200k followers, Yoyo Cao’s feed is the definition of life goals. Her well curated feed boats all things lifestyle, home decor, as well as special street style snapshots. Whether sporting mustard yellow wide leg pants or a hot pink sequin dress, her style is sure to inspire you to take a look in your closet (and come up with some ideas).
  • Chanté Burkett (@everythingcurvyandchic) Chanté Burkett struts her goods on her Instagram feed with her 200k followers, sporting fashionable looks for the curvaceous women in our lives. As a woman of color and someone deemed “plus size”, Burkett shows the world that fashion has no size limit and that true style belongs to us all (plus, we might as well all be glamorous, no matter our size).

  • Dina Torkia (@dinatokio)Dina Torkia is a “hijabi blogger” (the wave of Muslim women showing how they can be fashionable while wearing their hijabs) that has broken down barriers in fashion and beauty. Her social media channels catalog her trying new trends while still appealing to custom rules of Muslim modesty, color palettes, and showing how one can change up their hijab (the traditional headwrap for muslim women) without looking stagnant or boring. Her reach is felt with an instagram following of over 1 million.


  • Justus Hansen (@justusf_hansen) Justus Hansen epitomizes the essence of sleek menswear looks, creatively showing that there is no limitation to good style. A fan of fitted pants, neutral palettes and strong choices for outerwear, Hansen’s 218,000 subscribers can bet on stepping up their dapper style for the new year.


  • Grasie Mercedes (@grasiemercedes) Mercedes’ instagram feed feels like warm tea on a cold Saturday am: refreshing, light and well-needed. The Dominican lifestyle blogger’s profile (that currently houses about 56,000 subscribers) includes well-selected snapshots of her life: from captured portraits of her sporting a bold lip, to intimately detailed photos of home decor, to killer street style shots that show you sometimes less really is more.


  • Paola Mathé (@findingpaolaThe founder of Fanm Djanm, a popular headwrap collection and lifestyle brand, Paola Mathe is a Haitian-born fashion and style influencer that touches her 97k followers on instagram. Known for her bold style, colors and authenticity to her roots, her colorful roll boats colorful imagery, artistic landscapes, and exudes the essence of #blackgirlmagic.


  • Allison Graham (@shedoeshim) Someone inspired by “classic chic european menswear”, Allison Graham’s curated fashion feed shows how none can label what is “appropriate” when it comes to fashion for men or women. A Jamaican native boasting a growing 21k subscribers on her instagram platform, Graham shows that fashion is more than mere material possessions– indicative of a culture that is learning of gender and sexual fluidity, all expressed through dressing.


  • Gabi Gregg (@GabifreshGabi Fresh exudes nothing but confidence for plus size fashion bloggers and those wanting to be confident in swimwear. Whether sporting sheer lace dresses, all black, or vibrant cut outs, Fresh shows that no trend or outfit idea is exclusive to any body shape or size. A whopping 441,000 instagrammers are part of the #Gabifresh crew, where she also uses her platform to show her swimwear line, designed for plus-size women in mind.


  • Cathy (@poorlittleitgirlEditor of Poor Little It Girl, Cathy is a southern bell and digital boss with over 60,000 followers on Instagram. Her daily wears feature effective ways to tackle the nine-to-five wardrobe as well as curating an affordable and chic wardrobe. Well curated angles, trendy editorial-worthy outfits, and blogger-approved pieces are all on her list.


  • Melik KAM (@melikkam) Even women can be inspired by a dapper man’s wardrobe, and Melik Kam is no exception. A man of fitted blazers, iconic dark sunglasses, and skinny pants, Kam diversifies the menswear palette as we know it, straight to his 156k instagram subbies. He consistently shows how a neutral palette doesn’t have to necessarily be boring; his refined style yet constantly rotating choices prove that a carefully crafted closet is always the best.

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