Style Icon: Confetti Crowd

What is better than one influential, edgy girl on Instagram? Four. That’s right; Confetti Crowd are London’s hottest new creative girl gang who aim to empower women everywhere, and are without a doubt my favourite follow on Instagram this summer. Their exciting, colourful, inspiring profile aims to motivate girl power and to own being yourself. They’ve become my style icons for their fun-filled fashion and for urging girls to be more confident – they are impossible not to love. Up and coming with their followers growing daily, this is one profile not to miss.

“Together we want to end girl hate and encourage all girls from every walk of life to love and support each other.”

The group of four, Hedi Petit, Tiger Lily, Heli Bells and Lulu Trixabelle are slaying their bright rainbow style in a celebration of self-love and confidence. The clashing prints and insane colour choices work magic in an often-bland world. I find the group so refreshing and although rainbows may be in, they take it one step further, and I am living for it – I just need their wardrobe.

“their focus on mental health and happiness aims to inspire people to be confident”

Not only is their style impressive but, their captions motivate all people to live their life to be the best that they can. Their focus on mental health and happiness aims to inspire people to be confident in their own skin and to not give a damn about following conventional style for the sake of fitting in – to learn how to slay being yourself and look good whilst doing it.

Their style is, however, not always student-friendly, as many of their clothes come from smaller independent retailers (which I think is super nice). What is really helpful though, is the fact they always tag the stores their clothes come from in their posts, making it easy to follow their style.


“this girl group is shaking up fashion”

The gang also represent high-street stores and some of our favourite student brands such as, Adidas, Vans, Public Desire and Prettylittlething.

Luckily, prints and bold colours are in and you can’t walk into a high-street shop and miss them at the moment. It is easy to find these wacky outfits on the high-street or online at a budget-friendly price without copying the gang directly. The hard part is the matching of these bold prints and the confidence to wear them. You can even grab a beret off Asos in virtually any colour for around £10.

Depop is another gem, with Tiger Lily herself selling her old clothes on the account @fashionrush which is pretty wicked, and well-priced.

This girl group is shaking up fashion in a most positive light. Social media can often be toxic for many girls and their confidence; we need more social media influencers like these girls who encourage growth and celebrate individual character.

“We are all individual, we are unique and we all stand for something #DayofTheGirl” – need I have to say anymore?

Miriam Thompson

Photos courtesy of @confetticrowd via Instagram.

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