Top Fashion Influencers On Instagram

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Instagram is a photo-sharing network that allows you to explore visuals from places and people. No matter where you are in the world, you’re able to connect with someone’s experience quickly and easily, and, when it comes to fashion, pictures are worth a thousand words (as the old saying goes). With Instagram, you get an inside look at some of the most fashionable people in the world, and these fashion influencers are majorly influential in setting the trends we all want to copy. We’ve compiled a list of the top ten fashion influencers on Instagram—in no particular order—so that you have a fashion cheat sheet at your fingertips with just the click of a button.

Donatella Versace

Donatella Versace, the chief designer and vice president of the Versace Group, is, without a doubt, one of the most powerful women in the world when it comes to fashion. Versace has been spotted on basically every A-list celebrity out there. Donatella Versace’s Instagram account has a sophisticated aesthetic, although there are some silly pictures of Donatella’s equally well-known dog, Audrey. There are pictures of Donatella with celebrities wearing Versace, as well as updates on what the brand is putting out next in terms of trends. Her account is one of the most popular, with 774,000 followers and between 10,000 and 30,000 likes per post.

Kim Kardashian

Kim is the social media queen, and she is also very influential in the world of fashion. A business mogul and fashion designer herself, her Instagram account has 79.6 million followers. Her average post gets around 800,000 likes, although she has broken the one million mark many times. The aesthetic of her page is soft—it shows Kim and her family, as well as new Dash (the Kardashian fashion line) looks.

Anna Dello Russo

Anna Dello Russo is a name that is widely known in the fashion world. She is the editor-at-large for Vogue Japan, and her Instagram shows pictures of some of her outlandish, funky styles. Her page is eccentric, and we see what new trends are popular not just in Japan, but across the world for those of us who are daring in our fashion choices. She has 1.5 million followers, and gets around 3,000 likes per post.

Gigi Hadid

Gigi Hadid’s Instagram has a beachy, ethereal vibe to it. Her page shows what is new on the runway, as well as what is new in the world of fashion for those of us who aren’t as daring to rock the crazy looks so often seen on the runway. She has 21.5 million followers, and her posts get approximately half a million likes per pic.

Leandra Medine (the “Man Repeller”)

Medine created this page to showcase bold women’s styles and fashion. It has a women’s empowerment feel to it, and we see a lot of bohemian, loose, flowing styles that are perfect for the warm, summery weather. She has 1.4 million followers, and her pics get around 10,000 likes per post.

Lena Perminova

This Russian model has 1.3 million followers, and her Instagram page lets us into a life of luxury that is just mind-blowing. Her aesthetic is luxurious, understated, and chic, and we not only see pictures of the latest fashions, particularly those popular in the east, we also get an inside look at her adorable family. Perminova gets about 30,000 likes per picture.

Giovanna Engelbert (nee Battaglia)

Giovanna Engelbert is a senior editor for Vogue Japan. She has 539,000 followers on Instagram, and her posts get approximately 5,000 likes per picture. Her aesthetic is stylish, crisp, and flowing, with a lot of embroidery and white-on-white-on-white styles that are reminiscent of the beach. (Added bonus: we also get to see all the cool tropical vacations she goes on).

Camille Charriere

Camille Charriere has 463,000 followers, and her effortless style is not super expensive to emulate. She wears a lot of menswear-inspired outfits (button-downs, boyfriend jeans, Oxfords, etc.), and she lets us get a glimpse into her closet through her Instagram. Her pictures get around 4,000 to 5,000 likes per post. She’s a French expat in London, and is a writer and creative consultant for a number of fashion magazines.

Dannijo

Dannijo is a page dedicated to jewelry, and the company is based in New York. All of their accessories are handmade in NY, and their page has 144,000 followers. If you love jewelry, you have to be following Dannijo. Dannijo has statement jewelry, as well as low-key, casual pieces that can be worn daily to the office or around campus. Their average post gets around 500 likes.

Isabel Marant

Isabel Marant has some of the most creative pictures on Instagram. She frames all of the pictures and videos in white, and her media represents a modernistic style of fashion, with bright colors and abstract designs. Isabel has 791,000 followers, and her posts get about 3,000 likes per picture or video.

If you love fashion and want to be inspired by some of the most influential designers and consultants in the world, these are the accounts to follow in order to keep up with the latest trends. You can read more about the top fashion influencers of YouTube on NeoReach’s blog.

4 Best Shopping Destinations In The US

When you’re looking for a little retail therapy, online shopping doesn’t always cut it. Fortunately, there are many shopping hot spots around the country. Take a trip or find something close to home to rid yourself of the shopping bug. Many of the best shopping spots in the U.S. are also some of the best places to live, so it’s likely you’ll find something great no matter where you are. Get your shopping nirvana on when you check out these great shopping destinations around the country.

New York City, New York

Let’s be honest — you can’t have a shopping destination list without including the Big Apple. There, you can find shops to fit any fancy. Whether you’re looking for high-quality goods, such as Baney’s, or simply want to hit as many stores as possible in a single stop, you’re in luck. New York City has nearly 3,500 stores dedicated just to fashion and clothing. From small boutiques to worldwide chains, you can find exactly what you want and need as you browse the stores across the city.

Chicago, Illinois

If you want to hit hundreds of stores in one walk, head to Chicago. Most avid shoppers have heard of the city’s Magnificent Mile, and it’s definitely not something to pass up. The city has 13 full blocks of glorious shopping bliss, with over 460 stores to test your credit cards. Some shops are tiny and specialized, while others are huge. You’ll find gifts, home furnishings, shoes, toys, apparel, and more. You may want to break up your shopping spree into several days, however. Otherwise, you may end up exhausted, sore, and with far too many bags to carry.

Boston, Massachusetts

If you’re headed to Boston, you need to make sure you check out some of the over 17,000 retail shops in the city. While some of these, of course, are stand-alone stores, many are housed in the city’s seven shopping centers. These centers give you access to many different stores all at once. Not only are there literally thousands of stores to choose from in Boston, the city has a fairly low sales tax rate, as well, at only 6.25 percent. So, you’ll get everything you need — just a little cheaper than other shopping meccas like New York.

Charlotte, North Carolina

While Charlotte may not have nearly as many shops as some of the other cities, there are still well over 6,000 stores within the city borders. If you want to get as much as you can, as well as visit as many stores as possible in the shortest amount of time, Charlotte is the spot. It boasts 21 shopping centers, giving you quick and easy access to everything you could possibly want. From local shops to mega chains, you won’t be disappointed by the stores you find in Charlotte.

No matter what type of shopping you’re doing, there are so many great cities to choose from. Get ready for your next shopping adventure, and choose your favorite place to visit. You’re sure to find great deals nearby

Is Marriage Today More Difficult Than It Was In The Past

Nowadays many couples don’t wonder whether they should marry or not, but rather oscillate between marriage and cohabitation. Marriage has a reputation for being hard, and is more difficult to end than a relationship where partners just live together.

The gap between healthy and struggling marriages is bigger today, and people are no longer afraid to admit if they’re having an unhappy marriage, in an era where marriage rate is in decline. For instance, 2011 was the first year in Canadian history when the number of single-person households exceeded the number of couple households with children.

If you support the idea of marriage and would like to know why nowadays it may be harder to make this institution work, consider the following facts:

People have an idealistic image of marriage in mind

If you were a fan of Disney movies in your childhood, you probably remember how most of them ended with a wedding. The truth is that weddings are just the beginning, and marriages work out well when you put effort into your relationship, make compromises, and don’t take anything for granted.

Divorce is no longer stigmatizing

Decades ago, getting a divorce was equal to scandalizing the community where you lived and destroying your reputation. Nowadays, nobody will care or publicly judge you if you separate, and breaking up becomes an easier solution compared to making things work or repairing a relationship.

People have higher or wrong expectations

What image do you have in mind when thinking about marriage? If the scenario focuses on the size of the house where you’ll live, the exact number of kids you’ll have and the places where you’ll go on vacation, you are wrong.

Once you start to associate marriage happiness with the amount of money your spouse is earning each year, you are starting on false premises. You’ll never be happy because you’ll be missing the true essence of marriage and relying your happiness on what you have, not on what you are.

Emotional connection with spouses has become more important than ever

A century ago, people rarely walked down the aisle because of love. They either did it for companionship, or for other practical reasons like protection, shelter, or food production. Having an emotional connection with your partner was a bonus you received or not, and it was fine either way.

But as people started having more free time, they began to pay more attention to the qualities a lifelong partner should have and see marriage as a self-expressive act and an essential step. Yet, if you want to enjoy a satisfying emotional connection with your husband or wife, you need to work harder.

People marry later in life

The average age of first marriage in Canada is 31 for men and 28 for women. You might say that people tend to make wiser choices when they are more experienced, but getting married later in life can work against the success of marriage. People who get married at younger ages grow and evolve together, and the differences between them are less significant. But if you are already 30 and haven’t found the one, you already have a social and financial status that your future partner needs to match and you become pickier.

Too many people around you tell you how hard marriage is

If you are happily married and not struggling, don’t be afraid to admit it. “Marriage is hard” has almost become a chorus that everyone is singing to newlyweds or fiancées, but things may be totally different for you. Just live your life together and don’t try to justify your happiness to skeptics.

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By the Couple Clinic, a company of Winnipeg therapists (www.winnipegcouplesclinic.ca).

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