How to plan a perfect IG feed

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Looking at Tessa Barton’s Instagram photos, it’s hard to imagine the fashionista was once a lanky girl with little interest in fashion. She first tried gram in college, more in the form of a diary — “a picture of my brother and ME on the first day of school,” she laughs — than a distinctive, stylish vision. Fast forward to today, and the picture is very different. With more than 200,000 followers (watch her soulful performances on YouTube, and you don’t need us to convince you she’s a multi-talented woman), the blogger and musician makes documenting her life her full-time job.
Patton’s style is clearly a mix of hippie and glamour, and her “more is more” approach to fashion — necklaces, rings and textured layers — relies on jackets for quick matching (she’s currently obsessed with new designer collaborations at Bloomingdale’s).
When it comes to navigating the realities of being a social media sensation, she’s always happy to offer advice from her own experiences to inspire people. “I love sharing not only my photos, but my editing process, because it’s so important to figure out how to make a photo feel like a work of art,” she explains. Below, Barton tells her meteoric rise and how to master the art of great photography.

“I want to use my platform to help people who are struggling with their appearance,” Edwards said. “You’re beautiful just the way you are. Everyone is unique. Find love in your heart. It’s possible. Don’t limit yourself. A dress is not just a shirt or a skirt.” We couldn’t agree more.
She added: “Clothes are a tool to show your personality and who you are. Let fashion speak for you.”