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What’s on your feed can be good for your mental health.
Uncertainty puts us in a state of overthinking or constant worrying. While we cannot control what lies ahead, learning how to talk about our thoughts and feelings can help us confront anxiety and power through life one day at a time. We’ll
Can't get enough of the hit K-Drama?
You're never truly done with a show you're obsessed with until you've exhausted all the content you can find on the internet. For example: stalking the entire cast's social media accounts. For die-hard Itaewon Class fans, it means following all of the
Glean expert tips from @doyoutravel and @gypsylust!
When looking for pegs of breathtaking and double tap-worthy snaps for the ‘gram, Jack Morris and Lauren Bullen of doyoutravel.com definitely come to mind. Known separately on Instagram as @doyoutravel (Jack) and @gypsea_lust (Lauren), the duo has mastered the clean, crisp and
Find out how she took them!
"I don’t really have a plan for my Instagram," Gabbi Garcia tells us in this month's cover story. But even though the 20-year-old actress admits that she's very random when it comes to choosing which photos to post, her feed makes for
Their feeds are brimming with instant beauty reviews and pretty photos!
When researching about skincare products you plan to buy, we bet you go to websites and blogs to read reviews. But what if you could get the same content on Instagram? Enter: Visual diaries! These IG accounts are filled with stylized product
Meal prepping allows you to have full control over what goes into your food.
These days, more and more people are getting into meal prep. The idea is to spend a few hours cooking during the weekend, for example, so you can enjoy healthy but affordable meals prepared for the week. It’s meant to help you
A sports brand took the number one spot, FYI.
Instagram is one of the world's leading social media platforms, with millions of users across the globe able to engage in aesthetically pleasing photos coupled with tidbits of information. In the fashion world, being relevant and popular can easily be calculated through
Hopelessly attracted to that neat, deceivingly simple minimalist aesthetic? We don't blame you. While fashion has gone the more-is-more route (ruffles, logos, disco glitter!) as of late, there are definitely still ways to stick to something subdued. Here, 10 Instagram style pegs
Time for a following spree!
The Japanese have got a style of their own, and there's absolutely zero denying it. The best part is that it's not singular—you've got your minimalists, your Harajuku girls, and the gyaru gang, among tons of others—and yet completely distinctive of the
Slouchy doesn't mean sloppy.
Contrary to popular belief, you can lounge around in your actual, literal sweats and still look fash. There's a unique, enviable charm to someone who can pull off that lazy, slouchy #lewk to achingly cool perfection, so take a style cue from
Listen to granny!
The enamoring thing about ladies with more than six decades of life up their sleeves is that, more often than not, they've figured their personal style out to perfection—that may mean simple, pared-down looks or that outlandish, outré aesthetic we adore double-tapping. Either
Sartorial inspo is all over Instagram, but pint-sized style queens are a little (literally) bit more rare! Below, we give you five fashion kids who're likely half your age but are twice as chic. Fun fact: we actually click over to their
Meet the boys behind the @BloggerJowas.
It's no mystery that, most of the time, behind every perfectly angled and framed fashion blogger photo is a very dedicated Instagram husband or boyfriend. And although most of these boys choose to stay behind the camera, these six "jowas" have begged to
You're in for some major travel envy.
There's always that travel bug bite itch we just can't scratch, be it because of pending responsibilities at home or a need to save up for wherever you're headed next. While waiting, you'll have to live vicariously through the lenses of others.
They will make you want to book a trip, stat!
Follow these ladies on Instagram and their posts will surely bring out your inner wanderlust. Lucy Dodsworth (@lucydodsworth)Essaouira, MoroccoKat Tanita (@kattanita)Ibiza, Balearic IslandsVictoriano Izquierdo (@victoriano)Geneva, SwitzerlandKash Bhattacharya (budgettraveller)San Sebastian Cathedral, SpainA Lady In London (@aladyinlondon)London, EnglandJessica Stein (@tuulavintage)Positano, ItalyKirsten Alana (@kirstenalana)Petra, JordanLiz Carlson (@youngadventuress)Abel Tasman,
Get your daily dose of #LOLs here.
They say laughter is the best medicine, so why not take your regular dose of happy pill by simply following these hilarious meme accounts on Instagram? Featuring relatable (and often sarcastic) posts that will have you laughing to your heart’s content, these
Forget about internships.
Forget slaving away at an internship. People are now being hired based on likes and follows. When videographer Judd Figuerres was booked to shoot for a retail campaign, the brand’s loose-tongued PR rep said they were looking for people with lots of friends—on Instagram.
Kim Cam, the science geek?
Apart from being a sought-after model and host, Kim Jones is one of the country’s top fashion bloggers today with 412K Instagram followers to boot. Having all that and more, can’t say it came as a surprise when this social media doyenne
Follow these top shot photography experts!
We already shared with you the secrets to mastering the art of the #flatlay, but in case you want more mentoring to polish your top shot photography skills, we know just the right people who could help. Below, we round up eight
A menswear dog, a cat named after Andy Warhol, and more.
Not only humans have the capabilities to go viral. In recent years, animals have taken over feeds everywhere with their crazy antics and downright cuteness. Here are 10 animals that have brought their own unique sense of style and irresistible charm to