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Instagram of the Week: Alonso Mateo

Twitter: @AndreaGompf

Our social media savvy readers may have heard that Instagram launched a new feature this week that will display Instagram profiles — including all the photos a user has posted to Instagram — on Instagram’s website. This means is that anyone, anywhere on the internet can see your Instagram content by going to instagram.com/[yourusername], where they’ll be greeted by a profile layout that resembles Facebook. Unless, that is, you’ve set your profile to private, which is no fun.

Mine, for example, is http://instagram.com/andreagompf.

In honor of this new feature, which will allow far more people to view Instagram content, Remezcla will be highlighting Instagram accounts of the week – people whose photos are so awesome/weird/hilarious/crazy/cool/etc. that their accounts are a must-follow.

First up: Luisa Fernanda Espinoza (@luisafere)

Who: Originally from Monterrey, Mexico, fashionista Luisa Fernanda Espinoza aka @luisafere recently moved to Laguna, CA where she has amassed nearly 15,000 Instagram followers thanks to the photos of her impeccably styled 4-year old son Alonso Mateo.

Why You Should Follow Her: To see what Alonso Mateo will wear next. If Mirrreybook were personified in the form of a tiny, adorable boy, it would be Alonso Mateo. I am being 100% serious when I say this 4 year-old has better personal style than most of the grown men I’ve met. Is it weird to be obsessed with a child I’ve never met and stalk him on a daily basis on social media? Maybe. Sorry not sorry. Also, Alonso Mateo will probably grow up to be Scott Disick, but I guess we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it…

Sample Photos:

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Alonso Mateo, instagram star

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Alonso Mateo, instagram star

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Alonso Mateo, instagram star

I need Alonso Mateo's tailor's phone # ASAP

I need Alonso Mateo's tailor's phone # ASAP

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Alonso Mateo, instagram star

He literally wore this outfit to preschool. I can't.

He literally wore this outfit to preschool. I can't.