We’re big fans of Instagram and its ability to share ideas and experiences through beautiful photos, especially when those photos are focused on our beautiful communities. Here are four of our favorite South Florida Instagrammers to follow.
Paradise Coast | @paradisecoast
The official destination account for the Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau is packed with lovely, crowd-sourced photos of the Paradise Coast. Exciting wildlife, gorgeous sunsets over the Gulf, and local food and drinks all make an appearance in this show-and-tell of the best and most beautiful of the area.
Why We Love It: Although we see it all the time, it’s fun to admire the natural beauty of the Paradise Coast featured in this gorgeous collection of photos.
SoFla Foodie | @soflafoodie
Steven Barrocas’ instablog about food, wine, restaurants, and chefs in South Florida is bound to make your mouth water. With over a thousand indulgent close-ups of local food – from carefully crafted sushi to hearty burgers, petite macarons to quirky doughnuts – South Florida’s most delectable bites are on appetizing display on this tempting Instagram.
Why We Love It: It’s a drool-worthy photo collection to get your fix of foodie heaven or help you get ideas for where to have dinner next.
The Style Bungalow | @thestylebungalow
Fashion blogger Stephanie Hill shares her secrets of what to buy and where to buy it on her trend-spotting Instagram account, The Style Bungalow. Consistently pretty and unfailingly stylish, Hill’s account is a parade of chic outfits, detailed close-ups of accessories, and lovely flowers that make up the page’s feminine, well-dressed aesthetic.
Why We Love It: Besides beautifying your feed, The Style Bungalow will also keep you up to date with the latest trends while still staying classically beautiful.
The Tipsy Gardener | @thetipsygardener
Cacti in sassy handmade cement planters, artful arrangements of wispy air plants, and geometric plant hangers fill this delightful South Florida pop-up shop’s Instagram. Owner Kristina Capone – who comes from a family of “garden kind of people” – sells her wares online and at indie craft shows along the Treasure Coast, using only locally grown plants and handmade or “upcycled” materials.
Why We Love It: The fresh, green photos of Capone’s work (as well as the adorable photos of her puggle, Gracie) will brighten your feed and inspire you to shop local.