These Are Instagram’s Best Dressed

These days, #ootd ‘grams are typically a dime a dozen. But, not all head-to-toe snaps are created equal. We are, of course, referring to a select group of Instagram users turning the popular hashtag into an art, concocting seriously cool outfits on a regular basis (and amassing more likes than some celebrities). Yes, these ladies know a thing or two about style and forecasting trends as well as how to pick the visually arresting backdrops and filters needed to make their photos pop. (And, believe us: We did a lot of research.)
Sure, A-listers and designer runways provide us endless amounts of inspiration, but sometimes what we really want is to view our favorite trends on real girls — no behind-the-scenes stylists in the picture. If you're with us, click ahead to peek Instagram’s best dressed list — according to us.
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Photo: Via @_yanyanchan.
Who: @_yanyanchan
Australian blogger Yan Yan Chan runs Parfasseux, which, according to Chan, means “lazy fashion” — and her feed masterfully captures just that. Following her account is a one-way ticket to all things effortlessly stylish and artfully laid-back. Lest we forget, it also plays host to a wealth of cool, under-the-radar fashion brands from Down Under.
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Photo: Via @alyssainthecity.
Who: @alyssainthecity
Don't mind us while we shamelessly plug R29's very own Alyssa Coscarelli. Not only has our contributor network assistant perfected the art of the curated food 'gram, but she's also a serious source of dressing inspiration for those who don't get to admire her up close. Oh, and her pet rabbit Bean is verrry cute, too.
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Photo: Via @troprouge.
Who: @troprouge
NYC-based model-slash-fashion-blogger Christina Caradona of Trop Rouge is essentially a living, breathing Free People ad. Her moody poses and love of quirky prints will no doubt leave you wanting more. And, more.
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Photo: Via @chiaraferragni.
Who: @chiaraferragni
You could say The Blonde Salad's Chiara Ferragni knows a thing or two about fashion — or at least her 2.4 million followers sure think so. Let's put it this way: If there's a trend, Chiara has definitely tried it, and she probably looked damn good in it, too. (P.S. This front-rower-for-life is a must-follow come Fashion Week.)
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Photo: Via @weworewhat.
Who: @weworewhat
We Wore What's Danielle Bernstein has a thing for a certain type of denim — her account's description reads, "Overalls are my second skin." And, you know what? We're really into it. It takes a seriously cool fashion insider to get that nostalgic items like these can look grown up and sophisticated — with the right styling, of course.
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Photo: Via @ericalave.
Who: @ericalave
Meet Erica Lavelanet. She's a full-time wardrobe stylist and part-time sartorial muse via Instagram. We love the way Lavelanet styles affordable pieces — including wares from Topshop, Urban Outfitters, Express, and Mango — into head-to-toe outfits that look anything but cheap.
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Photo: Via @nicolettemason.
Who: @nicolettemason
This Marie Claire columnist, blogger, and creative consultant didn't rise up the ranks in the fashion industry by resting on her laurels. Nicolette Mason is constantly in action — be it regularly 'gramming to her account or, you know, casually collaborating with retailers like ModCloth for exclusive, capsule collections.
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Photo: Via @ whitneybearr.
Who: @ whitneybearr
Acting as a junior stylist for The Reformation, 21-year-old Californian Whitney Cox has the whole tomboy-glamour thing down pat. But, not even Cox can resist the allure of the retailer's flippy skirts and '90s-nostalgic dresses. We don't blame her one, single bit.

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