I addressed my little obsession with Instagram a while back and I can assure you, I am still very much into checking my feed on a regular basis. Although, the ads have become a bit off putting -- thanks Zuckerberg!
Anyway! I was doing a not so frequent photo purge on my iPhone, I noticed a heavy backlogue of screen captures which mostly consist of Instagram accounts that I am not only inspired by visually, but accounts that also offer product in which I want to check out further or most definitely buy from! So, I decided it was the perfect time to post a second instalment of Shopping Via Instagram! You can read the first one here if you missed it.
Here are some awesome accounts that are super fun to look at and to shop from!
@rocketfullofpie Eleri is a textile artist and blogger who loves animals, so much so, that she produces some amazing animal portraits! Follow her to keep up to date with what she's currently working on and perhaps request a commission at her shop! She's offering a 10% discount for the rest of the month so be sure to use promo code ROCKET10 when you shop!
@btreeclothing Braintree Clothing makes some gorgeous clothing! When you shop, not only are you building a better wardrobe, but you're also helping a good cause. All Braintree Clothing is consciously crafted using sustainable fabrics like organic cotton, hemp, and bamboo. In an age where clothing has become a HUGE waste problem, companies that focus on minimising their environmental footprint are awesome!
@littlespoonandco Aja Geddes specialises in some of THE cutest dog bandanas and bow ties. Her Etsy shop Little Spoon & Co offers the cutest pet accessories for any occasion. I love her bandanas because they're reversible. Who doesn't like getting two for the price of one?! If you're a dog owner, check it out, you'll be the envy of the dog park!
@brunettethelabel Brunette The Label is a clothing line based out of Vancouver. What once started as a single sweatshirt design in 2015 quickly grew into a full collection of t-shirts, jackets, jumpers, and coffee mugs all boasting some pretty cheeky slogans. Blondes don't be discouraged by the name -- they got awesome stuff for fair haired ladies too! This jacket is my favorite!
@goodlifecentre The Good Life Centre is an independent learning centre in Bankside, London. It offers beginner and practical courses in DIY, carpentry and woodwork, sewing, upholstery, and crafts. They offer weekday, evening, and weekend workshops so whatever your schedule, they're sure to have something for you! I'm so glad I discovered these guys as I think some of their courses could be what I need to jump start some of my DIY ideas.
@ouifresh The lovely girls at A Beautiful Mess who specialise in at home DIY, yummy recipes, stationary, and other awesome how-to's now have a clothing line! Our Fresh offers handbags, colourful sunnies, and super cute graphic T-shirts. This little number is exactly what I plan on wearing to greet my trick-or-treaters!
@coffeetablemags If you are sucker for the beautiful independent magazines like me, Coffee Table Mags is an account to follow. Not only do they photograph these publications in an oh-so-beautiful/Instagram way, but they also sell them on their website! No longer must we travel far and wide for these beautiful magazines. With nearly 250 issues on their website right now, you have A LOT of browsing to do!
@pfcandleco Wife and husband team, Kristen and Thomas, run an amazing fragrance studio based out of Los Angeles. All of their candles are made with domestic soy wax, cotton-core wicks, and fine fragranced oils. The packaging is a beautiful and simple apothecary style which suits any room. With pouring experience of over 15 years, you know you're getting a good product. The Good Vibes Combo Pack is my favorite.
Are there any awesome companies you've discovered while browsing Instagram? If so share your finds in the comments below. Happy shopping!