The Most Stylish Women in NYC Who Aren't Bloggers
I can't really explain it, but the average New York resident seems to be disproportionately more stylish than the residents of any other city across the country. Credit the fashion industry's strong presence or the opportunity for great street style at every turn, but the city is teeming with inspirational style. Short of hopping on the next flight to the East Coast destination to witness for yourself, getting your fill of NYC style is as easy as following some of its best-dressed citizens on Instagram.
Since there's a good chance that we all follow the same few fashion bloggers on the platform already, we're branching out and highlighting an inspirational group of women from across the fashion, music, and art worlds. From fine artists and DJs to editors and stylists, each of the following women has a unique approach to personal style that we love to follow and know you will, too.
Scroll down to discover nine women with the best non-blogger NYC style and get ready to hit follow.
Candace Marie, social media manager for Barneys
Candace's penchant for bright, bold color palettes and dramatic silhouettes is what catches our eye every time she posts a new outfit photo.
Juliana Salazar, stylist
Juliana's a regular on the street style scene and she's racked up an impressive résumé of NYC fashion companies from Ganni to Man Repeller. The Miami native has a knack for styling all the It pieces of the moment in an unfussy way.
Alana Johnson, designer for Orseund Iris
As the designer behind It brand Orseund Iris, her feed is naturally filled with the brand's latest pieces but her own style balances her brand's romance with a more grunge-inflected downtown vibe.
Chloe Wise, artist
Follow for her impressive large-scale paintings and stay for her vibrant, colorful, and humorous posts.
Chrissy Rutherford, editor at Harper's Bazaar
Chrissy tests out all the latest trends and It brands on her Instagram but always stays true to her signature NYC style.
Imani Rudolph, model and contributor for Man Repeller
Imani will be the first one on your feed to try out new and out-there trends, so make her your go-to for cool, cutting-edge style.
Amrit Sidhu, DJ and creative consultant
Born in Australia but living in NYC, Amrit is trendy in a way that feels totally unique from everyone else.
Michelle Salem, brand manager for Opening Ceremony
That under-the-radar brand you've started hearing more about? Salem's likely all over it. As Opening Ceremony's brand manager, she gets to test-drive all the cool indie brands from Area to Adam Selman.
Lydia Pang, creative director for Refinery29
Refinery29's creative director is a self-described goth and her commitment to an all-black aesthetic is admirable.