While the faces on the runway may be overwhelmingly white, Instagram has democratized fashion for the better. Fashion trends are no longer only on models in magazines, fashion bloggers of all colors are doing their thing on IG. Highlighting the latest fashion trends, here are some Multicultural Fashion Bloggers you should definitely be following on IG.


Ana Patricia Faneite is from Venezuela and lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. On her blog, The Fashion Streets, she shares not only fashion hauls and tips, but also tips on life in Raleigh, like where to find the best sushi.


Blake Von D is an attorney and digital influencer based out of Chicago. She has followers all over the world, who call themselves “VonDees.” Check out her blog  where you can shop her Instagram looks.


Daniela Ramirez’s Instagram boasts over 200,000 followers. Her Instagram feed shows affordable fashion finds and recently you will find some #HisKlozet posts, on men’s fashion. Daniela posts are in English and Spanish. She shares fashion finds and tips on beauty as well. Daniela has worked with top brands such as Neutrogena and Ebay, just to name a few.

If you are loving the tights under jeans peekaboo trend, but you are not sure about fishnets…try lace tights! They give a romantic feel to this edgy trend. I got these tights in 2008 while trying to recreate looks from Gossip Girl (probably with a leather jacket, I loved Jenny’s style- any Gossip Girl fans over here?)…don’t ask me why or how I kept them for so long, but the hoarder in me is glad I did!🙈🙈💓 ——————————- Si te encanta la tendencia de las medias pantys debajo de los jeans, pero no te convencen las medias de malla…prueba unas de encaje! Le dan un toque un poco más romántico a esta tendencia edgy. Les cuento que estas medias las compré creo que en el 2008 (tratando de recrear looks de Gossip Girl…creo que era uno de Jenny con una chaqueta de cuero!). No me pregunten como ni porque las tuve tanto tiempo en mi closet; pero la acaparadora en mi que no bota nada se siente orgullosa!😂🙈

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Erika is an Ecuadorian blogger living in New Jersey. Her Instagram feed is full of beautiful pics of her looks, which are beautiful and affordable. Erika shows you that style does not have to go out the window when you become a mom. I love seeing her outfits and am obsessed with her decor pics as well.


Hassanah is a Muslim-American blogger from Virginia who is based out of LA. Her blog, Get PFH, is a place for “Muslim women who wear the hijab OR for women who simply prefer to dress modestly.” She “promotes persons, places, and things that are Hijabi friendly.”



Karen is British and calls NYC home. She loves finding the hidden gems, the small shops with great style. Her blog wants to answer that question every girl has asked at some point in her life: “Where Did You Get That?” Karen has been featured in InStyle, Glamour, Essence and more. Karen now documents street styles in NYC, so don’t be alarmed if she stops you in the street to ask you “Where did you get that?”


Melanie Elturk is an entrepreneur, creator of Haute Hijab. Melanie sought to fix a problem, to offer fashionable hijabs since she didn’t find any on the market. Today, Haute Hijab prides itself in offering “modern hijabs and high-quality hijab-friendly designer clothing while nurturing a vibrant and inclusive community.” Her beautiful creations have been featured in the NYTimes, Elle and the Today Show.


Rocio is a Dominican fashion and travel blogger. Her blog Instagram feed will give you all the feels and you’ll definitely want to shop all her looks. She loves highlighting the beauty of her native Dominican Republic.

Floating shoulders💫 by: @jusefsanchez 📸: @alouettephoto

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Thy Nguyen talks beauty, fashion and travel on her blog Thy Time. Thy is a full-time RN from San Francisco.  She collaborates with brands such as Forever 21 and Ippos. She shows you you can be chic and not break the bank featuring clothing from Forever 21, Ippos, and Zara, just to name a few.



Wendy has an incredible story– she was in foster care, became emancipated and managed to put herself through college and graduate with honors. Her Instagram feed– with over 1.1 million followers– is a testament to her success. She not only cares about fashion and beauty, she is passionate about criminal justice.

Pink with pink 🌸🌸🌸

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Who did we forget? Who are your favorite multicultural fashion bloggers? Let us know in the comments.