Alex Gorton from stylish webzine Wear & Where talks Instagram.

Journalist and co-founder of Wear & Where, Alex Gorton thinks Instagram offers something for everyone. ‘I love how you can indulge your interiors, fashion or travel addictions simply by discovering a new feed. As long as you remember that what you see is a curated view of someone's life, then it's a wonderful way of gaining inspiration. Whether you are redecorating your house, planning a trip, seeking motivation or revamping your wardrobe, there is a feed out there for you.’ Former Travel Editor at Conde Nast Brides, Alex writes on style, travel and life for The Daily Telegraph, Conde Nast Traveller, The Financial Times and her webzine Wear & Where. Her site covers fashion, interiors, travel, food, health, recipes, motherhood, relationships and life. Here Alex shares her top Instagram feeds.


@Spa.Kitchen


Spa journalist Daisy Finer's beautiful feed is a tonic for the soul. Full of beautiful images, inspiring thoughts and wellbeing info, @Spa.Kitchen is dedicated to nourishing spas, healthy hideaways, recipes and meditations. As ex-Spa Guide Editor for Tatler and Conde Nast Traveller, Daisy not only knows her stuff, but is one of the loveliest people you could ever meet.

@ruerodier


I have recently discovered this stunning feed, which is packed full of pictures of Paris where Instagrammer Marissa Cox lives. Providing both style and travel inspiration, it's one for people whose heart belongs to Paris.

@em_henderson


American blogger, stylist and author Emily Henderson is an Instagram sensation, and when you take a look at her Interiors-themed feed, you'll see why. Looking for interiors inspiration? You can start here...

@thefrugality


I love Fashion Editor Alex Stedman's easy, attainable style. She shops the high street and mixes it with the occasional more expensive item. Plus her interiors updates are always noteworthy

@doesmybumlook40


Kat Farmer always looks amazing. Her images of fashion and family life often twinned with hilarious captions make for a great (and popular) feed.

March 2017