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Quality Instagram Accounts to Inspire You

Creating a consistent feed and style that represents your brand accurately is important, but you also need to keep your posts interesting and not just regurgitate the same content or you'll lose the interest of your followers. As it has always been in business, looking at what your competitors and peers are doing (both well and poorly) is a great way to gain some inspiration.

We've curated some Instagram accounts for brands with a unique, aesthetically pleasing and engaging feed, so whether you're searching for some inspiration or for some new quality brands to follow, these accounts are worth your attention.

Hospitality

Supernormal  •  Kitty Burns  •  Future Future  •  Kong BBQ

Products

Kappi  •  BKR  •  Mud Australia  •  Keep Cup

Food Products

Pod & Parcel  •  Matcha Maiden  •  Loco Love Chocolate  •  Grounded Pleasures

Beauty Products

Milk Makeup  •  Edible Beauty  •  Nudestix  •  Frank Body

Fashion

Style Runner  •  Chimi Eyewear  •  Coco & Lola  •  Thursday Boots

Makeup Artists

Emma Chen  •  Rowi Singh  •  Serena Wyllie Makeup  •  Jack Cail

Food Bloggers

Vegaliciously  •  The Kindness Echoes  •  Naturally Jo  •  Cooking For Peanuts

If you like any of these accounts, don't be shy, be sure to give them a follow! Businesses (and social media marketing agencies!) work really hard to create quality content their audience will enjoy, and every follow/like/comment means a lot to small businesses.

Speaking of... Please don't hesitate to follow @Born_Social for more inspiring content and to be notified when we have a new must-read blog post!

Love the look of these accounts but don't know how to achieve it for your business? Stress less, that is exactly what we do! Contact us today and we'll help you better represent your brand with the feed you always wanted and grow your reach with your target audience.

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