Designer and IG Influencer Naballah Chi. Photo @naballahchi

If Instagram is your hunting ground for style inspiration, then consider these Trinidadian ladies major game. From beauty queens to fashion insiders, and from comedians to world travelers, these chic Instagramers unapologetically embrace their personal style, and are a testament to fearless and fun dressing. Be sure to bookmark our round-up of fabulous Trini tastemakers for whenever you need a fashion upgrade.

Stephanie Ramlogan 

One scroll through her fashion blog NoMoreFashionVictims.com, and you’ll see it’s clear this this trini stylist knows her way around a good outfit. Her Instagram is full of eclectic and unique styles, juxtaposing different pieces that make her looks all her own — think culottes, cat-eye shades and mesh tops. Look to her account for a daily reminder that fashion should always be creative and fun.


Rachel Price

You may know the comedian and radio host most for her sharp, witty tongue that her killer looks, but don’t sleep on Rachel Price when it comes to style, from glamorous gowns to slinky dresses and jumpers at events and in the studio. Check out her Instagram for daily inspo on how to slay, no matter where you are.

Anya Ayoung Chee

Who can’t forget Trini designer Anya Ayoung Chee, who first bursted onto the scene when she won Project Runway in 2011. She has always infused all her designs with her own feminine and effortless style, and her Instagram account is proof positive. Go to Anya for breezy, backless dresses and subdued sex-appeal.

Naballah Chi

This Trini Muslimah blogger and fashion designer is celebrated for her stunning style, so it’s no surprise her Instagram account is full of editorial-worthy shots of her own designs. Specializing in modest dress, Naballah always infuses her looks with island flair. Check with Naballah for feminine silhouettes and killer accessories.

Afrobella

Ladies everywhere have long depended on blogging superstar Patrice Grell Yursik, a.k.a. Afrobella, for her beauty and fashion tips and tricks. She started her blog to shine a spotlight on women os all shapes and shades, and her Instagram account captures the same spirit. Go to Patrice for bright hues, fun patterns and luscious curls.

Alyssah Ali

Trini-Canadian model Alyssah Ali is the picture of stylish simplicity. Though we enjoy the sleek editorial and campaign shots from her day job on her account, it’s the model off-duty looks that feel particularly special. Check with Alyssah for effortless ways to wear breezy tank tops and day dresses.

Rachelle Hay

You never know where in the world you’ll find Trini travel and lifestyle blogger Rachelle Hay next, but count on it that she’ll always be dressed for the occasion, from breezy beach dresses to rainbow faux fur coats. And don’t miss her dreamy pink lace wedding dress! Check out Rachelle’s account to find stunning looks to pack for your own adventures.

Sarah Jane Waddell

From the glam gowns of her reign as Miss Trinidad and Tobago, to her glittering swimsuit designs of her own label SJW, it’s clear Sarah Jane Waddell isn’t afraid of bold glamor. Count on her Instagram account to have chic hair, bold make-up looks and plenty of glitter and shine.

Wendy Fitzwilliams

The former Miss Universe leads a hectic schedule between judging on Caribbean’s Next Top Model and raising her adorable son. But she could also write a whole book on how to remain inspired and fresh style-wise for busy working moms everywhere. Check out her Instagram for glam dresses, chic work looks, and the perfect outfits for lazy weekend afternoons with the family.

Niha Karina

Trinidadian designer Niha Karina is the go-to person for beautiful, painstakingly-detailed traditional Indian wear, and her Instagram is full of happy clients boasting her wares. But we most love Niha for how she blends her traditional pieces with more contemporary looks that feel both cultured and fresh. Look to her for outfits filled with craftsmanship and moderne ease.

 

 


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