There’s no shadow of a doubt that the world of blogging has fast become an impressionable industry and – thanks to social media – a way of staying in touch with the latest fashion and lifestyle trends. If you’re looking to update your Instagram feed with desirable imagery and enviable summer posts, our list of current favourites will do just that.


Primarily based in London with a travel calendar to rival even the most glamorous of jet-setters, Lucy Williams’ blog, Fashion Me Now covers fashion, beauty, lifestyle and a dash of destination dwelling. Follow her on Instagram for top restaurant and brunch recommendations in London –The Modern Pantry and Brunswick House Café top her list – as well as everyday style inspirations.


They All Hate Us was initially started by best friends Tash Sefton and Elle Ferguson as a way of sharing inspirational imagery with one another. Now renowned across the globe for their love of denim, their style (and their seemingly unwavering friendship) is arguably amongst the most recognisable in the blogging world. Signature pieces include cut-off shorts and ripped jeans and they capture a typically Australian laidback aesthetic that’s approachable and summer-ready.


Part Australian, part Danish and based in London, Sarah Mikaela documents her daily lifestyle, fashion and travel adventures on her blog, Framboise Fashion. An easy to relate to, girl-next-door aesthetic makes her especially likeable and her playful outfit choices and smiling photos are a reminder that fashion should be fun.


Sara Donaldson from fashion blog, Harper & Harley has perfectly edited her wardrobe to a sleek and seamless curation of black, white, grey and navy pieces. Her Instagram account follows this minimal aesthetic and features beauty recommendations as well as outfit builders and personal fashion imagery taken on the streets of Sydney. Also part of the Fashion Bloggers TV program, Sara’s network is set to sky-rocket so add her to your following list.


Based in New York with a relaxed and enviable sense of style, Jacey Duprie covers more than just fashion in her blog, Damsel In Dior. A mix of inspirational imagery and personal style shots combine to keep the content fresh, creative and alluring. A strong focus on interiors and informative hints and tips add readable variety to her posts and her pet bulldogs, William and Polly even have their own Instagram account for a playful final touch.


With experience as a model, blogger and photographer, there seems to be no end to Zanita Whittington’s creative talent. Her Instagram is an addictive combination of beautifully directed photography, personal street style shots and backstage snaps from her latest venture with Fashion Bloggers TV. With a host of friends in the blogging industry, it’s the kind of account you could scroll for hours.


A combination of polished, city-ready style and a background in photography render Dublin-based blogger Anouska Proetta Brandon’s blog and Instagram account a beautifully curated selection of imagery. Minimal flat shots in black, white and neutral hues complement her sleek sense of style and make for a clean-cut aesthetic.


Based in L.A. with an eternally sun-kissed glow, a penchant for off-duty separates and a lunch repertoire that’s rightly earned itself a place on Instagram, Julie Sariñana captures our attention season after season. She mixes high street and designer pieces with the best of them and adds pops of statement colour to add personality to her looks. Her  blog, Sincerely Jules, is our go-to for accessories inspiration.


Pandora Sykes isn’t your average blogger. Recognised in the industry as coveted Fashion Features Editor at The Sunday Times Style, her blog is an extension of her career. With an eclectic, vibrant sense of style and a tongue-in-cheek attitude, her Instagram is a feel-good follow that celebrates the fun of fashion.


If you don’t already follow Rosie Thomas aka ‘Rosie Londoner’ on Instagram and religiously check in to her blog, The Londoner, then you’re missing a trick. Loaded with recommendations of where to eat, drink and visit, not only in London but across the globe, it’s our first port of call when making plans. Everything is done in the utmost style and she doesn’t travel with a professional photographer, relying on friends or passers by to capture her action shots, so there’s a sense of realness to her posts.