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35 DC Fashion and Style Instagram Feeds You Should Follow Right Now

There are more fashion and style bloggers in DC than you might imagine. They’re bravely marching the cobblestone streets in stilettos and taking snapshots all over DC’s brick-lined alleyways. Washington may get a lot of flack for being unfashionable, but here’s 35 Instagram feeds that will prove that stereotype wrong.

1. Ashleigh of The Daileigh

A stylist and consultant based in Maryland, Ashleigh is the author of three books about building a winning wardrobe.

2. McKenna Bleu

There are so many amazing inspirations for the bright-colored obsessed in Bleu’s feed–as well as snaps of all the sandy beaches she visits as a travel blogger.

3. Monling Lee of Color Index

As a DC architect, Lee knows the best buildings to serve as colorful backdrops for her color-block attire.

4. Sara Azani of Style MBA

The MBA-grad will take you to school on chic urban style.

5. Cathy Anderson of Poor Little It Girl

The nine-to-five wardrobe inspiration is perfectly paired with Anderson’s affinity for affordable prices.

6. Kimberly Kong of Sensible Stylista

I styled my classic button-front two ways for you guys! Which look do y’all prefer – left or right? ❤

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Not only is she a super-chic dresser–Kong is also a Juilliard-trained pianist in residence at Strathmore.

7. Meg Biram

Not only will her flair for fashion interest, but as the founder of DC’s Creative Collective, Biram will also inspire any entrepreneurial pursuits you’ve been harboring.

8. Mel Burgos of Rock Yo Rizos

#Throwback. Photo: @ciazajira

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Part fashion, part curly hair love, all inspiration for her followers.

9. Lacey Faeh of A Lacey Perspective

Whether she’s featuring her latest cocktail dress or her off-duty denim, there’s lots of fashion to love in this feed.

10. Erika and Natalie Pinto of The Fashionably Broke

Music festival attendees will love the Coachella-inspired fashions frequently worn by these sisters.

11. Desiree Venn Frederic

mood: gratitude. // only fools believe you survived your battles, endured sufferation, climbed insurmountable mountains only to meet them at battle. in this moment i live in a spirit of gratitude + service. leaving no energy for low vibrations. you war yourself. not me. know this. #givthx #xodvf // at @[email protected]’s #lovehaiti kickback.

As the founder of Nomad Yard Collectiv, Venn Frederic always has the best vintage finds to showcase.

12. Sai Sankoh of Because I Am Fabulous

Her flair for drama and statement-making pieces makes for a very high-fashion feed.

13. Abbey Brandon of District Dress Up

Data analyst by day and fashion blogger by night, Brandon has a more fashionable DC uniform on lock.

14. Claire Ashley Beauty

Though she may have more followers on Youtube, there’s plenty of beauty tips to glean from her Instagram account as well.

15. Alicia Tenise

The Arlington native’s well-curated feed has beauty and style inspiration aplenty.

16. Ally Coglianese

We’re as in love with her style as we are with her matching outfits with her baby girl.

17. Sarah and Michelle of Fifty-Two Thursdays

The college friends’ account is packed with both fitness and fashion inspiration.

18. Krystin Hargrove of Be Loud Be You

The name of her blog says it all for Hargrove’s account that’s all bright colors and amazing silhouettes.

19. Meaghan Moynahan of District Sparkle

As a fashion blogger who works at the State Department, Moynahan knows that professional doesn’t have to be boring.

20. Rebecca Trosset

Sporting #red tonight in honor of the American Heart Association! ❤️ #DCHeartBall

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This Washington Post “worker bee” takes you behind the scenes in both her fashion choices and her out-and-about life.

21. Haya Tetruashvili of GoodGoodGorgeous

With her split-time schedule between Barcelona and DC, Tetruashvili will inspire both fashion and travel envy.

22. Jennifer Rogers

The Texas transplant keeps her southern flair alive in DC with patterns and bold colors.

23. Kara Manos of Politics of Pretty

Decisions, decisions. What shade of red should I paint my digits? #bbloggers #butterlondon #tenoverten #ciate

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Beauty reviews galore, with plenty of gawking at the latest lipstick and foundation shades.

24. Ashley Turchin

As the co-founder of Anthom, Turchin’s wardrobe is filled with finds from the indie boutique in Mosaic.

25. Lauren of Little Styled Life

A recent college grad finding her way in the big city with clean basics and amazing accessories.

26. Diego Gonzalez-Zuniga of Diego Downtown

This dapper gentleman’s Instagram account is part menswear inspo, part a peak into his busy life around DC.

27. Social and Style

Having started her blog to share her South Asian fashion, there’s lots of inspiration in this Instagram account–including what to wear to an Indian wedding.

28. Sally Kay of Bright Eyed Style

From her favorite summer cocktail dress to slouchy sweatshirts, Kay’s fashion sense is on-trend for all occasions.

29. Tammy of A Loyal Love

Whether showcasing her amazing maternity style or her baby girl’s adorable bathing suit, there’s lots for new mamas to gain from this feed.

30. District of Chic

A foodie exploring the District’s many gastronomic pleasures, looking well-dressed all the while.

31. Julien Garman of It’s Julien

All the summer vibes in one dress // new on itsjulien.com

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Whether she’s out at the latest blogger brunch or shopping around town, Garman’s fashion is always on fleek.

33. Mera Anwar of Miri

Sneak peek: SS16 #nyfw #headshots

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A DC-native turned contemporary clothing designer, Anwar’s Instagram account is covered in her Miri collection.

34. Lara Ramos of The Glossarie

Sensible beauty advice and reviews paired with shots of all the pretty packaging.

35. Saumya of Myriad Musings

Sartorial musings from a woman who didn’t want to put her life and interests on the back burner.

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