Arts & culture


The irresistibility of Instagram is showing no signs of letting up – here’s who we’ve currently got our beady social eyes on

By Olivia Armstrong


Need your Sex and the City fix but can’t get over how misguided – but also on point – some of those fashion decisions were? Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garroni, the duo behind @everyoutfitonsatc have got you covered, with a hilarious attempt to document every look and style from the iconic American series, and some genuine affection mixed in there as well.


An award-winning blogger and YouTuber, ‘the internet’s big sister’ is known for her down-to-earth honesty and campaigning for body positivity and acceptance of different body shapes. She’s funny, ultra-stylish and inspiring, and isn’t afraid to touch on the topics that society often finds taboo.


Miss Piggy Eats’ hunger-inducing food posts see her munching her away round Scotland’s capital, with mouth-watering dining descriptions and venue recommendations. Scroll through her posts and you’ll see no cuisine or dish is off limits, as well as the odd tipple and journey to eat elsewhere in the world. #piggingout


With over 20k followers, Scotland’s man of style, Gordon J. Millar, uses @scotstreetstyle to showcase Scotland’s contemporary creative community and style trailblazers, with striking photography aimed at changing up perceptions of Scotland around the world.


Beauty blogger and reviewer @thesundaygirluk uses her Instagram to showcase her beautiful product photography, highlighting her beauty recommendations of the moment and directing Instagrammers to her in-depth product reviews, covering everything from make-up to skincare.


Fashion writer Kat shows off her quirky style to over 42k followers, featuring photography that’s both fashionable and fun, where she tries to “straddle the line between mutton & frump”. Her chatty, humourous photo captions are definitely worth a good read too.


Love vintage? An Edinburgh writer and fan of all things Boden and Laura Ashley, Rosie’s cosy home shots of tea and baking always look deliciously inviting, with her stunning vintage photography, from abstract shots to model photography, featuring beautifully rendered colours.


Beautiful landscape photography and poetic musings by Scottish photographer Darren Brogan make this account a soothing one to scroll through. It mainly features images of haunting locations around Scotland, but there are also some alternative destinations superbly slotted in too.