There’s no season more magical than autumn. Pumpkins, conkers, rainy days and cosy wool jumpers – it’s the most comforting and peaceful time of the year. After months of sticky heat and days in the sun, autumn is the time to curl up inside with a cup of coffee and breathe, before the Christmas madness begins to awake. Therefore, for many Instagram bloggers out there, autumn is the time to shine.
As a veteran autumn lover, Instagram in the fall is one of the inspirational seasons. I adore seeing the colour palettes change on my feed from sky blues and sunny yellows to warm browns, oranges and reds. The tall glasses of iced cocktails are replaced with dripping hot chocolates and spicy pumpkin lattes. Everything will pay homage to an autumnal aesthetic on Instagram in the months ahead, despite the fact that the Equinox doesn’t even begin until later this month. So, if you’re looking to feel inspired this season, here are my top 7 Instagram Accounts to follow this month:
Hello October | Blogger, Youtuber, Photographer
With a pseudoname like ‘Hello October’, how could you not feel autumnal following Suzie’s feed? It’s a beautifully edited collection of warm, and subtly gorgeous images that are slowly feeding those warm conker shades into her minimalistic theme. From travelling around the globe, to simply curling up in a chair with a puppy, her imagery is strongly on brand with every photo she takes. I’m genuinely in love with her style, and her beautiful collection of accessories that perfectly sneak into her feed. I can always pick out a Hello October filter as I scroll through my feed, and I’m always inspired when I see it.
Gabriel Guita | Traveller, Photographer, Web Designer
This incredibly aspirational travel account belongs to none other than Gabriel Guita – a web designer and developer with a beautiful sense of landscape photography. His warm Amsterdam shots have recently been filling with me a great sense of autumn weather, with the beautiful sunset reflections and glowing copper buildings making me want to explore this season. I love his work, and his incredible collection of images, and I can’t wait to see where he travels to next!
Polly Florence | Blogger, Content Creator, Book Lover
Warm, mininalist tones, rich black coffee, crunchy apples and soft brown furnishings? The autumn aesthetic is so beautiful in Polly’s Instagram feed, and I love revisiting her posts. I’m constantly in awe of her elegant imagery, and her home is effortlessly inviting – I’m dying to know where she got that gorgeous hanging moon bunting! One of my all time favourite Instagram accounts to scroll through, every post is a perfect addition to her feed. If you’re looking for a rustic and simplistic account to add to your daily scroll – I can highly recommend!
Sabrina Felizitas | Content Creator, Photography, Reader
I love the white and dusty undertones of Sabrina’s work, her photography is always perfectly balanced and beautifully displayed. Her gorgeous array of books is such a prominent theme in her profile, and I love everything about her editing style. If you’re looking to cosy up with a good book, and some amazingly cosy jumpers this fall – go and check out Sabrina first!
My Little Booktique | Book Lover, Photographer, Stylist
I can’t help but fall in love with Haley’s content. It’s a beautiful combination of subtle minimalism, warm autumn tones and rich honey vibes that all compliment each other perfectly – curating her gorgeous feed. From travel posts to flatlays and fashion pieces, every element of her set up is stunning, and brings in a sense of calm to the heavy fall feeling that settles across Instagram this time of year.
Thank you to all of the creators featured above, for putting together the warmest, cosiest and most seasonals posts this Autumn. There’s so much to be excited about over the next couple of months, and I can’t wait to see what happens!
Chosen Charity: Friends Of The Elderly
Why you should donate: Giving elderly people the chance to connect with other people, live happy comfortable lives, and retire gracefully.
How you can donate: http://www.fote.org.uk/support-us/donate/