Natalie Hartley follows the fake Queen feed on Twitter and foodie Ella Woodward, Getty Images/Jason Lloyd Evans

Natalie Hartley follows the fake Queen feed on Twitter and foodie Ella Woodward, Getty Images/Jason Lloyd Evans

Natalie Hartley

Fashion director of Glamour UK, Natalie Hartley is not only a street style star, but also has a great blog that shows how to make the extreme trends wearable. Here, she shares her online faves!

@IDEABOOKSLTD ON INSTAGRAM
When looking for amazing fashion photography books, this one, based in Dover Street Market, gives you the heads up in all the coolest books that are launching. At the moment, I am loving all their 1970's finds that are giving me loads of inspiration for my shoots.

@DELICIOUSLYELLA ON INSTAGRAM
Ella’s account has plenty of great recipes for healthy living – it’s not normally my thing but I think if you know how to eat healthy, then you maybe eat it more often (at least that's the plan anyway!)

@QUEEN_UK ON TWITTER
This hilarious account pretends to be the Queen commenting on daily newsworthy activity in a very funny way, using appropriate language. This will make you giggle and is a good start to the day – for me, it's always good to begin with a smile on your face.

@EARTHPIX ON INSTAGRAM
I love travelling and seeing amazing places, and everyday this account posts incredible images from around the world. You can't believe these places even exist and now my list of places to go has trebled! I may never get to them all sadly, but at least I can look at the pictures!

@DR_WOO_SSC ON INSTAGRAM
I really want to get a tattoo and I am so undecided about what to get, but when I get around to it, Dr Woo is the only person I want to have it done by. Based in LA, he is worth the wait and the journey because he specialises in extra fine tattoos and beautiful one-off designs.

@THELINENYC ON INSTAGRAM
This beautiful shop based in Manhattan is based in an old apartment, selling clothes and interior pieces, furniture and homewares. Everything has a pared-back feel to it, and they promote their new collections through photography with short essays to give you style ideas and explain the meaning behind certain pieces of clothing. I love it.
 

Visit Natalie’s blog and follow her on Instagram and Twitter!

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