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7 Pinoy Instagram feeds to give you life

by Clarisse Esmile

Check out these aesthetic game changers.

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Over the years, Instagram has evolved into more than social media. Aside from sharing the daily grind, it’s now become a platform for sharing content that reflects one’s aesthetics as well as exploring others. Below, we’ve rounded up 7 profiles to call #goals and fill your feed with things to double tap.

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Based in Yukon, Canada, this Filipina beauty is currently chilling with her husband at the most beautiful spots ever. What’s enchanting about Corinth’s feed is the effortless vibe of each photo, as if to say, “Oh, you know, just hanging out at this majestic forest nbd.”



We’re sure you’re familiar with Nadine Lustre: actress and Instagram queen. This girl knows has a knack for churning out good photos and making everything look good. Hell, she even made pinecones look stylish. PINECONES.

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Mark is a med student and, based on what we could deduce from his feed, a nature lover. His feed is definitely a must follow if you want to satisfy that wanderlust itch.

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@gabsgibbs and @chiiloyzagagibbs

We love that even though this duo comes from the same family, they have distinct styles of their own. Gabs slays each and every time in monochrome and Chi has her Wes Anderson color game down pat.



Photographer Raniel Hernandez’s minimalistic feed mostly features his local and international travels and it is DI-VINE.



Another feed that’s oozing with minimalist goodness belongs to Cebuano photographer Ryann Reyes (yes, two n’s). His photos are usually of himself and his friends but they all come together to form one coherent feed that’s so easy on the eyes.

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