Understated and pared back, Anne-Sophie’s feed is minimalist heaven, with both relaxed outfit shots, as well as carefully curated inspo images. Follow her if you’re looking to keep things simple
Parisian Franny takes her cues from quintessentially French girl style, while also putting her own unique spin on every look – think clashing prints, textures and cool accessories. Quirky and interesting, follow her for tips on how to pep up your wardrobe in easily wearable ways.
As you might expect from the Style Editor of Elle Sweden, Josefine’s style is effortlessly chic. With a less is more approach, she demonstrates the power of well-proportioned staples that create simple, polished looks every time.
If you’re looking for more ways to have fun with fashion – especially after a year of wearing sweatpants – look to Laura for a dose of sartorial joy. Her love of art is evident through her style, with plenty of colour and statement accessories – plus, she manages to nail the current trends so her looks always feel relevant.
London-based Marilyn demonstrates the power of great accessories by elevating classic coats, denim and knitwear with an achingly cool collection of hats, sunglasses and jewellery. Plus, if there was ever proof that pregnancy doesn’t mean deviating from your signature style, she’s it.
Spanish stylist Monica loves high-end brands, but wears them in a way that never feels formulaic or out of reach. With plenty of 70s style prints, boxy jackets and chunky footwear, her style is an eclectic mix of both vintage and contemporary pieces – and we want to replicate every look.
Denim lover Sarah is one to watch this year –seamlessly mixing key designer purchases with vintage and the best of the high street, she never shies away from pops of colour. Her outfits will inspire you to be more adventurous with your style choices and if you’re into beauty, her informative skincare videos are an added bonus.
With androgynous tailoring and laidback looks in muted tones, Belfast-based Tanice nails looking chic while at home. If a timeless approach to style is what you want to achieve, use Tanice as your reference point.