6 Lifestyle Instagrammers Who Happen to Be Girls with Vitiligo
As a girl with vitiligo, I grew up often wishing I could be invisible. The less people saw me, the better. Needless to say, I didn’t exactly like my picture being taken. But not these girls – today we’re introducing six lifestyle Instagrammers who just happen to be girls with vitiligo.
Whether it’s their closet, outfit or what they’re drinking at the moment, these six girls are sharing their life one Instagram post at a time – spots included. We’re inspired, and hope you will be too.
Why we love her: This New York-based fashionista isn’t afraid to be bold. Whether its big city photos or trendy outfits, she keeps her style on point and doesn’t mind showing her spots from time to time. You can also find Sandra behind the Instagram feed of the Vitiligo Research Foundation, keeping us up-to-date on the latest in vitiligo news and research.
Why we love her: The blogger behind The Big Bing Theory, Bing takes us between coast and city as she shares her travels. You wouldn’t believe this trendy Instagrammer is both a wife and mom. Yet she still makes time to share her everyday life and street style. Find her blog at http://www.bingyourstyle.com/.
Why we love her: She’s poised and polished. With a love for all things minimalist – places and clothing – she’s crafted a clean, timeless style that makes us want to go straighten our room and hire a designer.
Why we love her: With a self-described “unhealthy obsession with bags and shoes,” Jules shares her love of – well, everything. From coffee shops to ice cream, she captures the world around in a classy, sophisticated array of photography that leaves us wanting more.
Why we love her: A self-named “fashion lover” and “beautyholic,” this German girl isn’t afraid to show off her spots. You’ll find pictures of her in anything from shorts to bikinis scattered between her pictures of food, cities and fashion accessories.
Why we love her: Something about this girl’s Instagram says “a summer’s eve wedding.” With a romantic mix of nature and urban scenery, Stacy shares travel, lifestyle and nature and food – along with the occasional picture of herself, and her spots.
Photo by Instagram user @thaisvansouza.
Erika Page is a writer and blogger with universal vitiligo. Her first spots appeared on her spine when she was seven years old and today vitiligo covers her entire body. Based just south of Washington, D.C., Erika founded Living Dappled to create a community of inspiration and hope for girls and women living with vitiligo.