12 Miami Twitter Handles You Need To Follow Now

#OnlyInMiami, #LiteralCubanTranslations, #SoFlo, and #MiamiProblems. One of the best things about Twitter is clicking on these hashtags and finding totally true insights on #305life. If you happen to be new to our favorite social network (Pinterest and Instagram are great, but this one breaks news and has pictures) or are looking to deepen your Miami base, we've put together a mini tweet cheat sheet of the Twitter handles you've got to follow. From up-to-the-minute deets on Wynwood shows and Brickell sidewalk sales to good ol'-fashioned snark, this list has the freshest feeds Miami has to offer in 140 characters or less. We guarantee you'll find yourself adding these pros to your #FF, but just don't forget to include us, too.
Get the scoop on what's what in the Magic City with these 12 must-follow Twitter handles.
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Ginger Harris

With connections at NBC and Daily Candy, Ginger Harris has tons of good info for the daily reader. But for the fashion set, this bobbed and well-assembled writer captures all of Miami's must-see moments, with both self-aware snark and joie de vivre.
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ASexiness

Standing for Accidental Sexiness — something we aspire to all the time — ASexiness is one of our go-tos for up-to-the-minute celeb gossip in MIA. This Latina lady has plenty to say Miami life, and also offers killer inspiration for chicas with curves.
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Friends With You

Those friendly but menacing eyes. The sexual but colorful toys. Friends With You has been on the design/art scene since before Wynwood was Wynwood (and in fact, the collective helped raise our scene internationally). Expect affirmations and slightly scary, but infinitely re-tweetable pictures and daily messages.
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2 Girls And A Cupcake

Stalking sweet treats is a full-time job, and Two Girls And A Cupcake have proved to be a destination for both Miamians and visitors alike. Find inspiration for holidays and cheeky/charming (not saccharine) ways to bake some truly sassy desserts. Like nail art, but edible.
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The Goodwill Project

An inspirational — and incredibly stylish — undertaking by two bloggers, The Goodwill Project has a simple goal: post an outfit a day using purchases from Goodwill as centerpieces. The result is infinitely creative, but that gals blogger finesse is what'll keep Tweeters coming back.
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Josh Ratliff

A self-proclaimed illegitimate love-child of Anna Wintour and Andre Leon Talley (ugh! The mental images!), Josh Ratliff is one of the first folks to know about breaking fashion news. Oh, and posting loads of retweetable pictures, too.
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Karla Garcia

Look, we'll be honest: Karla Garcia (or Kar Gar) actually shoots for Refinery29. But one of the reasons we adore her is because of her great eye for street style, and playing voyeur to her treks around the city.
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Lesley Abravanel

As the writer of the Herald's Scene In The Tropics, Lesley Abravanel is the first place we turn for celeb gossip. And a good laugh. And some truth about real Miami living. Go girl.
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Nany Ramirez

Sure, her adorable, girl-next-door style and bilingual tweets make her worth a follow, but what we really like watching is Daniela Ramirez's interactions with her completely devoted followers.
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Sweat Records

Electro, hip-hop, indie: Sweat doesn't discern between musical styles as long as the beats are good. A tourist destination for visitors, this Twitter account doesn't just give reviews, but hosts tons of cool things (like the annual Sweat Stock) for anyone looking for a rad music event to frequent.
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Ria Michelle

This gorgeous (and we mean gorgeous) fashion blogger always supplies us with the right amount of sass to get us through our day. Also, Ria Michelle's outfits? We wish we could Pin them all.
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Steffy's Pros And Cons

With an interestingly vintage take on the Miami fashion scene, Steffy runs an extra cute store, while blogging about the looks that inspire her. She's in with a tight-knit MIA blog crew (including R29 faves Annie Vazquez and Vintage Mavens), and always has adorable pictures to peep.
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