Is it hard to maintain style when you have nowhere to go?
Style is hard to grasp. It is not like fashion, and most certainly nothing like ‘drip’. It takes years to curate, as it is personal to oneself. Even still, style can change due to our culture and age. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, most of Europe are under strict lockdown measures. We wanted to put some love back into our community of fashion and show you our picks for influencers’ and bloggers’ at-home styles which we love.
I’m in love with Xenia’s at-home style. It is very different to her style outdoors which I dare to call ‘tomboy chic’. She often mixes big label brands, with more affordable pieces to tie her looks together. During the spring and summer months, she adorns herself in pastels with shades, and this winter she meshes silk tones with stronger blacks. Check out Xenia’s feed for more.
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Marj loves the shade black. Black is frequently used to stitch her looks together, from her boots to her tops. Marj’s style is a combination of relaxed vibes, and ready to leave at the last minute. She will wear an oversized jumper on a Monday and switch to a dress or skirt on Tuesday. Follow Marj to stay inspired by her looks.
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Eve-Lily is truly a needle in a haystack. She has her own eclectic style and artful energy which comes across in her feed. Eve-Lily’s feed will turn you into a fashion lover for sure. A feature of her page is her powerful reels, showcasing what she would wear, sitting in the front row at various runway shows. I love Eve-Lily. She is quickly becoming one of my favourite bloggers. Check out Eve-Lily’s feed here.
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Lydia Tomlinson is a minimalist goddess. She has the best neutrals and is always teaching her followers how to style basics. Lydia and I are similar as she is rarely photographed without jewellery present. She also jazzes up staple errand looks, with high fashion accessory pieces, to stand out. To learn more from Lydia, follow her here.
All images belong to Lydia Tomlinson.
Katherine Bond’s style is smart casual. As a rule of thumb to best copy Katherine’s looks, you should invest in neutral pieces. Katherine has some of the best coats in the business and has some of the most envious boots on the market. Katherine’s style is too good to pass up. Look for more here.
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Amy Draper is another fashion blogger that has her neutrals down to a ‘t’. She often mixes beiges with white and/or grey, and has some of the best layering style on Instagram. I could say more, but you should probably head over to her feed now, for maximum inspiration! Pinterest at the ready?!
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Millie Genner’s style is like the perfect Sunday afternoon. Comfy and cozy. Her knitwear is unreal, and she has the most fabulous bottoms. Millie’s colour palette involves a lot of creams and black, which she uses to draw attention to pops of colour. Check out Millie’s feed for increased inspiration.
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Lauren Bell style is very comfy chic. She mixes teddy coats with a neutral palette, and mixes her knits with leather pants for a casual errand look. Millie’s at home knits will make you want to make new purchases at the helm! She is a frequent shopper at Zara, and lets her followers now where she gets her items from. We could all learn a lot about style from Lauren. Gaze upon her feed here.
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Remi Afolabi’s feed is just incredible. I love it so much that I am hoping to include her in an exciting project in February. She is an advocate of self expression through personal style, which she has emblazoned all over her Instagram. Remi doesn’t stick to a specific colour palette which we love. Her style is very helpful for women with darker skin tones, as she trail blazes which colours suits best. She also helps her followers cultivate their style, by tagging the brands she gets her items from. Follow Remi’s feed here.
All images belong to Remi Afolabi.