While we’ll always look to French girls for style inspiration, influencers from down under are giving Gallic fashionistas a run for their money. Maybe it’s those perma-tanned limbs or perhaps it’s those lust-worthy Australian brands they’re clad in, but there’s just something about these Aussie influencers keeping them on our radar…
Creative Director of popular blog Chronicles of Her, Carmen Hamilton pulls off city-appropriate polish (think slub tees teamed with structured separates) in a way that’s easy to replicate – you just need monochrome separates, dainty gold jewels and lashings of Gucci.
One half of blogger behemoth They All Hate Us, leggy blonde Elle Ferguson has recently branched out on her own, gracing magazine covers, celebrating beauty launches with the Kardashians and staring in a number of fitness campaigns. The quintessential Australian beach babe, follow for holiday inspo and tan envy.
Harper & Harley
The opposite of beachy, Sara Crampton of Harper & Harley has a love of simple monochrome, tailored denim and a killer white shirt. If your summer style is a little more pared-back than the frilly ruffles of the Bondi clan, this is the follow for you.
From quirky box bags to coffee table porn, Oracle Fox Blog is a hero for both accessories and interiors inspo. We love her penchant for the season’s must have heels – Balenciaga’s Knife design sock boots and backless kitten heels are recent hits.
Another Instagrammer proving summer style doesn’t have to be all floaty pieces and skin baring separates, look to Talisa Sutton for structured dresses, fitted mini skirts and a stellar repertoire of white tops.
Elle Ferguson’s partner in blogging, Tash Sefton knows how to put a grown-up spin on the most dubious of trends, from suiting to cut outs to double denim. Follow for tips on honouring the fashion zeitgeist without venturing into scary territory.
We The People Style
Jessie Bush is one of those enviable people on whom both ultra-feminine and sophisticated tailoring look great. Her careful mixing and matching of girly and edgy pieces makes her a worthwhile follow – plus her travel guides are well worth a browse.