Thursday, 3 September 2015

five instagram accounts to love



Siobhan Watts - Bless the Weather
I discovered Siobhan's beautiful blog Bless the Weather a year or so ago, and then automatically followed her Instagram account around the same time. Her feed is full of calming interiors, knitted goodness and exquisite landscapes - one to follow if you like the simple pleasures in life.


Remmy Leigh
I discovered Remmy quite by accident when I was just pottering about on Instagram, and I instantly loved her style posts - I've already talked about how I've been simplifying my wardrobe, and her largely monochromatic outfits are really inspiring. I really love the detail posts though - from beauty items that I've not heard of to new books and magazines, I always go away with a shopping list!


Brittany Bathgate - Style and Wellbeing
I stumbled across Brittany's beautiful feed around the same time that I discovered Remmy Leigh (above) and she immediately became my favourite style Instagrammer (and blogger!). I love how everything she wears has an element of comfort, and how simple but effective her outfits are; she pairs up really beautiful, classic pieces and then finishes them off with either a flat, mannish shoe or a trainer. Perfect.


Jeska Hearne - Lobster and Swan
I've been following Jeska on Instagram ever since I discovered her blog, which is equally as gorgeous; if you're into calm and simple interiors, plants and food, you'll love her feed. She also owns the amazing The Future Kept shop, which has an abundence of beautiful ceramics, cosy blankets and rustic storage, amongst other things - prepare to want everything in stock.


Botany Shop
Put simply, Botany Shop is pure plant porn. A whole feed dedicated to plants, foliage and handcrafted homeware, it's definitely one to follow if you're into the greener things in life.


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