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The Top Caribbean Bloggers to follow right now

You can take the girl out of the tropics, but you can’t take the tropics out of the girl! Here, and in no particular order, is my round up of my fave Caribbean Bloggers living ‘at home’ and over seas with Caribbean flair.



  1. Kamara Williams of @inthing_

Trinidadian born Kamara is effortless in front of the camera. Her IG feed ,from poses to compositions, is as natural as her hair. She’s seamlessly merged a playful Caribbean aesthetic with an edgy New York-state-of-mind feel in her style. It’s intoxicating! And she’s not all model physique and pretty combinations, this girls knows her stuff, offering relevant style inspiration and tips on her blog www.inthingstyle.com

If you haven’t yet made yourself familiar with this Trini Fashionista, go check her out and give her some love. ❤️


2. Next on my list is  Ellie of @slipintostyle

Representing high style for the island of Martinique, Ellie is a lover of all things luxurious and just a little bit ‘extra’. And she pulls them off with unexpected twists and turns, all with exquisite taste. Although she flaunts a killer body and envy worthy legs, Ellie is clearly a true fashionista, just as confident draped in layers of fabric as she is in a crop. Follow along in her stories as well because this style blogger is sharing tips on high fashion, as well as sparking conversation on some deeply thought provoking topics. Ask her what you like, she’s honest and willing to share all she knows.


3. Don’t mind if I do, but number three is reserved for someone we both know, Antonia Fifi of @tonififi

A Trini born Toronto resident, Antonia, brings her academic training in Fashion Design and  Fashion Buying experience to the world of Caribbean Fashion Blogging. With an eclectic sense of style she’s got something in her feed for just about everyone, not leaving out those over 35, because she is! Catch a glimpse of her adorable family ,and follow them as they transition into their new home, in her stories along with weekly style tips and inspiration.


4. A lineup of Caribbean Bloggers wouldn’t be complete without at least one Jamaican, I mean isn’t the entire Caribbean Jamaica anyway? (says too much of the rest of the world)… and so next on my list is, ‘the Jamaican with locs’, Martina of @marfarlane

Treat yourself to life through Martina’s lens, and all in vibrant colour. Whether it be the beautiful flatlay of what she had for lunch today, being included in her travels, or her inspiring captions, this Jamaican leaves you wanting to find out what she’s gonna share with us tomorrow.


5. At number five I have another Trinidad and Tobago native, Denise of @deevatheexplorer

In just a few months Denise has already shown us more of the world than we’ve all probably seen in our lifetimes combined. And she’s never afraid to get right out there, at the edge of the cliff to get just the right shot, allowing us to be in the moment with her. Her captions are both personal and informative, offering just enough info to get you inspired for your next trip.


6. Next I head over to the blog of Jenissa Sullivan of  @ancestral_memory


What a treat it was to discover Jenissa’s blog page www.ancestralmemoryblog.com

Sharing bits of her travel adventures, fashion choices and beauty tips, Jenissa has a created a beautifully curated space for you visit, relax and feel inspired.


7. Tara Donaldson of @tararielle and www.livingwiththetravelbug.com is next on my list.

Tara’s got a vibrant IG feed that clearly displays a love of art and travel. Take it a step further and visit her blog page and you’ll learn she’s a foodie too! Sharing tips on which are the must-see spots on your travels, and where to eat! She’s a one-stop-travelblog-shop!


8. Allana of @alannanicolex is 1/3 Bajan, but Caribbean enough to land on my list.

With her signature hair and sense of style she cannot be mistaken. Mixing prints and an amazing shoe collection are her super powers. Check her out at www.alannanicolex.com for more of her boho chic style.


9. Next on the list is Cindy Allaman of @bookofcinz and www.bookofcinz.com

With a clever name like ‘book of cinz’ you know this girl has been doing a lot of reading. Jamaican born but a resident of Trinidad, Cindy loves books and wants us to feel the same! I read about a paragraph an hour so I have to say that I could never keep up with her, but I love that she makes me want to!


10. This beauty here is next. Krystle of @krystledesantos

Guyanese born Krystle DeSantos showcases that the Caribbean has got more than one trick. She’s a retro-glam diva serving up an updated version of vintage style. Check out her blog page www.krystledesantos.com for decor inspiration, DIY projects and all things vintage.


11. Last but most certainly not least on my list is Amanda of @londongirlinnyc

Amanda, has fused her British and Trinidadian heritage to create a style uniquely her own. Bold, bright and always fresh. She’s fashion first and with Amanda anything goes, mixing prints and silhouettes at will. She’s a great inspiration to even those of us not quite as daring.


And that’s my line up. 😊 It was a difficult task narrowing this list, but if you know of an amazing Caribbean blogger I left out leave a comment down below so we can all follow along. ✨



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