18 Famous Black Instagram Fashion Influencers (2/2)

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Keep reading to explore more well-known black Instagram fashion influencers that you should follow to get more inspiration.

10. @tylauren

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Tyla-Lauren is a beauty influencer first but also commands the attention of fashion watchers around the world.  While her style is more classic, she’s also comfortable in a pair of camouflage joggers, a T, and a pair of Nikes.

She is running a growing beauty, style, and travel YouTube channel. On it, she shares tutorials on her beauty routines, style concepts, and visits to numerous destinations. @tylauren has over 123k Instagram followers.

11. @jasonboatengofficial

Jason Boateng is a designer, TV stylist, and Fashion Creative Director. One takes a look at his Instagram profile and you’ll rapidly see what makes him a black Instagram fashion influencer to follow. His style is sophisticated and he keens on donning headwear. If it’s not a barret, it’s a fedora or a peak cap. He also manages to pull off jumpsuits and has a great eye for color coordination. Boateng has over 22k followers.

12. @chrissyford

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Chrissy Rutherford is a brand consultant for fashion magazines. Her work has been around Elle, Harpersbazaar, and she’s appeared on numerous podcasts. She makes use of her voice to share her experiences with mental health issues to help others better understand themselves and live fuller lives. Her fashion embodies all things feminine. She loves color and does an incredible job of sporting floral and pattern outfits as well as she does solids. She has over 134k followers on Instagram.

13. @temiotedola

Temi Otedola is a Nigerian-born fashion, beauty, art, and lifestyle blogger. She is in London and runs a website – JTO (Just Temi Otedola). The site is sharing all things creative. From travel and beauty tricks to art and a book club, her site is full of content worth exploring. Otedola also has a rising YouTube channel where she likes to experiment with numerous ideas. One experiment is a video she created that’s inspired by the Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray 2003 favorite Lost In Translation. She has over 758k Instagram followers.

14. @naomielizee

Naomie Elizée is Vogue’s Associate Market Editor and has completed her fair share to move fashion-forward. Using her position at Vogue, she’s supported lesser-known designers and given them a platform to showcase their talent. She’s also the founder of the podcast So… What do You Do Again, where she explores the lives and journeys of women of color in the fashion {industry}.

The podcast is a must for anyone interested in understanding the way to traverse the personal and industry-imposed challenges of being a woman of color, and the way to rise above both. Naomi’s style is eclectic and also vintage-inspired. She colors her hair once in a while and has an appreciation for long and hoop earrings. She has over 18k followers.

15. @spicy.mayo

Yaminah Mayo’s journey to online fashion influencer status started back in 2015. She launched a blog on the motivation of her mom who noticed that Yaminah needed an outlet. Today, spicy.mayo is a movement on her own. She has been featured in numerous publications, including Vogue, and partnered with international brands like Refinery29, Urban Outfitters, and Colgate.

Spicy.mayo’s Instagram feed is full of colors. She gravitates to chic dress wear and you’re bound to identify an ensemble you like as you scroll through her 1000+ posts. Yaminah has over 26.7k followers.

16. @meccajw

Mecca James-Williams is a stylist, consultant, editor, influencer, and activist. She’s worked with news, politics, beauty, celebrity, and fashion magazine Bustle, the place she’s helped create beautiful looks for celebrities like The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil and Samira Wiley, known for her contentious and complicated roles in The Handmaid and Orange Is The New Black 

James-Williams knows how to attract people into her feed. With tons of bright colors and interesting images, you can’t help but want to learn more about what you’re. She does stylish and vintage, and you won’t get enough of how she puts outfits together. Visit her site to see more of her amazing work, and be a part of her 16.6k followers on Instagram.

17. @gracefvictory

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Grace Victory is a UK-based blogger, YouTuber, and author of No Filter, a book about tackling problems all young people face. Like other influencers on our list, Victory has used her voice to highlight a few of the darker areas of life. She had two documentaries. The first, Clean Eatings Dirty Secret, explored the pull of the internet and how anyone with a voice can label themselves a nutritionist and promote diets without {qualifications} or training.

Her second is a deep dive into the world of dog breeding. It spotlights the poor conditions that puppies are subjected to, along with a long list of health problems they inherit due to poor breeding practices.

She makes our list as a fashion influencer to follow because she does a tremendous job at styling herself. As a voice for sharing positive body image messaging and a promoter of conscious healing, she shows the way to embrace what you have and look beautiful doing so. Victory has over 189k followers on Instagram.

18. @slipintostyle

Ellie Delphine was born and raised on the Caribbean island of Martinique. Her many colorful ensembles are likely what you’ll discover appealing about her Instagram profile. She also knows the way to dress for any occasion. Her feed is full of beautiful photos of her out and about in outfits that definitely turn heads. She also keeps things interesting by sharing the way to repurpose clothing using Instagram stories and Instagram TV clips. Delphine has over 78k followers on Instagram.

Who Will You Follow?

That’s a wrap on our list of 18 black Instagram fashion influencers to follow. If you’re searching for variety, class, and a touch of color, make sure to visit each profile and peek at what these amazing creatives have to offer.

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