Oslo-based stylist Alice Wang combines oversized, boxy silhouettes with a flash of skin to keep things feminine – think masculine tailoring, slouchy trousers and structured outerwear, with occasional injections of colour.
Despite living in Bordeaux, Audrey takes most of her inspiration from Scandinavia. Her playful outfits feature plenty of bold prints and bright colours, but her French roots are evident, thanks to vintage denim and silhouettes that channel the ‘undone’ Parisian look.
Minimalists will love New York-based Caroline’s simple, neutral – but never predictable – looks. Follow her for a masterclass in how to make tailoring work for every occasion.
While she might not have the biggest following yet, Claudia’s bright feed is guaranteed to spark a bit of joy. It’s not all about clashing prints though – she also knows how to work a slouchy suit to perfection.
Fabiana’s minimal, street style shots will provide plenty of daily outfit inspiration, but her Reels content is what sets her apart. Follow her for styling hacks and tips to help you get the most out of your wardrobe.
London-based Felicity’s style is elevated yet wearable, with a mix of high-street gems and luxury pieces. Think feminine, classic outfits with the occasional bit of sparkle or feather trim.
For everyday outfit ideas that are effortless and chic, Iga’s your girl. Expect plenty of tips on how to style wardrobe staples like denim, boots, coats and knitwear – plus, if you’re partial to a designer bag, she has plenty to lust over.
Quintessentially Parisian, we love Julie’s relaxed yet polished looks that feature plenty of denim, preppy jackets and Breton stripes.
Looking for something a little different? Rikke’s feed is an eclectic mix of both laidback and hyper-feminine. You’re as likely to see her in loafers and slouchy jeans as a figure-hugging mini dress.
Based in Antwerp, Tin’s feed is fun, tongue in cheek and trend led – you’re as likely to see this season’s must-have sneakers as a YSL handbag, but the way she blends classic and contemporary style is second to none.