Instagram, a social media platform known best for its ability to send you down a rabbit hole, is home to some of the most stunningly curated content on the internet. And while it’s also very swift in giving you FOMO, the app offers a lot in the way of inspirational and aspirational content, particularly when it comes to fashion. The beauty about Instagram is that no matter what you’re into, you can find like-minded people. So whether you’re feeling tropigoth or like a glittery princess, Instagram can help you accomplish that aesthetic.
Because the app has a ton of accounts (there are 1 billion active monthly users to give you an idea), it can be hard to come across the right accounts. But we’ve done the hard work for you and scoured Instagram for some seriously stylish Latinxs you should follow right now.
Diana Veras’ Instagram account gives you a look into the life of a model, which will already give you plenty of inspiration, but its her own eclectic and bold style that’ll fill your mind’s Pinterest board. As a bonus, it’s not just Diana’s outfits that are worth checking out, her beauty game (look at those curls) is also top-notch.
Constance Smith, a curvy Honduran model, will make you question why you don’t already own a lemon-printed jumpsuit. The Afro-Latina Instagrammer uploads images from her campaigns as well as candids, where she dons the most colorful outfits.
Cielo Oscuro, a nonbinary trans femme, mixes (and effortlessly pulls off) so many different textures and styles in one look. There’s nothing boring about their style, and their ability to accessorize will make you a fan.
For Elsie Tellier, pinks, creams, and shades in between are a way of life. Living with cystic fibrosis, the Mexican-French-Canadian student calls her wheelchair her greatest accessory.
Coco and Breezy is the successful eyewear brand that African American/Puerto Rican twins Corianna and Brianna Dotson launched. The brand is an extension of their cool, effortless style, so while you’ll see lots of bespectacled people on the page, you’ll see plenty of their stylish twin pics.
Pedro Rodrigo Gonzalez’s feed will give you serious ’90s vibes. But honestly, it might give you a little bag envy, too.
Grasie Mercedes, and her bouncy curls, has a way of elevating casual wear with a few simple touches.
With her business casual look, Panamanian blogger Pam Hetlinger will help you pick cute, work-appropriate outfits. Though her real skill is wearing white and escaping unscathed.
With her beautiful crown of curls, Arianna Cuesta already stands out in a crowd. But she also chooses fashion, particularly her signature tinted glasses, to express herself. Her Instagram is also a great source for everyday inspiration. As a photographer, she always uplifting other women with her powerful images.
Dylana Lim Suarez may no longer live in California, but her style is heavily inspired by the west coast. With her penchant for Tevas and sneakers, easy, breezy dresses are part of her every day style, but she mixes it up every now and then.
Melissa Martinez, a model at Muse, is very skilled at mixing high and low. So you might catch her donning Fendi shoe with some fast fashion brand. She posts sporadically, but when she does it’s a treat.
Model Jillian Mercado, who was diagnosed with spastic muscular dystrophy in her youth, is one of a handful of people with disability making their mark in the fashion world. On her account, she posts casual and dressy photos – all of which will leave you feeling like the heart eye emoji.
Ecuadorian-American Jessica Torres is a body positive style blogger. She draws on trends, but always manages to make it her own.