Originally a photographer, Marianne's entire style is catalogued in her dreamy home. Whether she's going to pick up her children from school or hit the down with her husband, her ability to style high-street brands often elevates each piece, and makes them look twice as expensive than what they actually are.
I Covet Thee
From her wardrobe to her house, Alix is the master of a neutral colour palette. Sporting shades of beige, brown, black and white, her effortless style perfectly balances the high-low necessities. Often pairing designer brands like Acne and Chloé with high-end pieces from ASOS and MNG, get ready to for some serious minimalist inspiration.
Both a model and stylist, Pernille Teisbaek is a Danish fashion icon, whose style we're can't stop obsessing over. Mastering small outfit tweaks to elevate any outfit, to sporting the latest Vetements or Gucci must-haves, Teisbaek's style may gravitate towards the high end, but it is always both achievable and accessible.
A contributing editor at Harper's Bazaar U.S., Rutherford oozes 'cool'. While she is much more than the word alone, her style is all about effortless ensembles with sharp tailoring and statement pieces in bold prints and colours. Mixing in affordable staples, her style is all about balancing designer items with affordable ones.
While Monikh may be one of the fresher additions to the fashion influencer crowd, her impressive follower count speaks for her talent. All thanks to her incredibly cool approach to personal style, where she effortlessly mixes high street basics with designer items. With Monikh, you can expect plenty of neutral hues and fresh ensembles.
An entrepreneur, author and ex-fashion editor, Ormerod began her influencer career through her blog Work Work Work. Ormerod's style incorporates chic, niche brands that are typically off the radar. Mixing both prints and neutral staples effortlessly, her fashion sense has us dreaming of ways to incorporate exuberant pieces into our minimalist wardrobes.
Amy Julliette Lefévre
New York-based model Lefévre certainly knows how to turn affordable pieces in to luxurious must-haves. Her chic looks are a lesson in neutral colour coordination and mastering the art of proportions. Her use of statement jewellery elevates every outfit, with even her work-from-home wardrobe making us click 'add to cart'.
Marissa Sohtra and Rebecca Loucas
Melbourne-based fashion it-girls Sohtra and Loucas are professionals when it comes to neutral wardrobes. Their ode to mixing sophisticated designer items with affordable staples keeps us inspired and ready to take our wardrobes back to basics. The pair juxtapose their soft and moody colour palettes with sharp tailoring and expensive-looking pieces, to bring an affordable outfit to designer-level luxury.
Slip into Style
It's almost impossible to scroll through Slip into Style's Instagram feed without tapping on 15 new items to add to our future shopping lists. A lover of statement colour palettes, her feed is sure to bring you dramatic silhouettes, and stunning combinations that ensure you'll look luxurious on a budget.
If you're looking for some of the most-expensive looking pieces that the high-street has to offer, then look no further than Alex Stedman. Her brand The Frugality delivers fashion moments, interiors and general life additions all on a budget. Because after all, who said you can't look chic without spending big?
When it comes to nailing smart-casual style, Tomlinson knows her stuff. Pairing brands like Loewe with pieces from Zara, her take on high-low fashion is not only inspiration but educational. Many of her Instagram posts include videos on how to style particular items, i.e. a pink shit, how she does. Meaning that high-low fashion styling doesn't need to be a pipe dream, and can indeed be taught.
Based in Norway, if there's one thing that Honag does well, it's nailing the art of a neutral colour palette. With a house to match, her sense of style is not only dreamy but also attainable. Mixing brands like Dior with Vero Moda, Hoang's imagery is sure to keep your shopping cart filled to the brim.