Three Italian Bloggers to Follow

When you run a cashmere business, every once in a while you need a little Italian inspiration. Over the years, I’ve discovered so many amazing women on Instagram to turn to, but when it comes to Italian-specific inspiration, there are three bloggers that I absolutely swoon over! Their photos are gorgeous and their blogs are loaded with the latest trends — basically everything a girl could ask for! I highly recommend checking these women out if you’re looking for a daily dose of Italian fabulousness.

Tamu McPherson

Tamu has such an amazing story. Per the about page on her blog, All the Pretty Birds, she was born in Jamaica, raised in New York and now lives in Milan. What an adventure! She’s written for Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar and done work for so many more notable fashion mags, and was even Editor-in-Chief for Grazia Italy. Her instagram feed is chock full of enviable fashion moments and all the colours and patterns of Italy.

Angelica Ardasheva

Angelica’s instagram feed is one I frequent when I want to be transported to Milan or Paris for the evening. I’ll admit that sometimes I spend more time gawking at the backgrounds of her photos rather than what’s in the foreground. And her blog, Angy’s Tea Room, is so much more than fashion. It covers the whole spectrum — from travel advice, to lifestyle tips, to recommendations for the best beauty products out there — you’ll find everything your Italian fangirl heart desires.

Valentina Siragusa

Valentina’s style is seriously enviable. Her look is so classic and just reminds me of traditional, old school Italian beauty. A lot of her Instagram photos even have a vintage-esq filter to them. I also love how she refers to her blog, Factory Style, as her diary of fashion and inspiration. That’s exactly what it is to me, and I promise you’ll find some inspo on her site and insta feed as well.


I may be a little biased, but Italian women really are some of the most beautiful in the world and can inspire some of my best creativity. What can I say, anything Italian just has that effect on me — whether it’s wine, the Coast or style. This is only a short list of some of my faves, but it will definitely get your started if you need a little more of Italy in your life.