Top Ten: Dutch Based Influencers

Based out of the Netherlands, these style bloggers will inspire you to a range of styles, from minimalist to edgy to sporty and back again. 

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Rebecca Laurey


Rebecca Laurey, formerly known as the face behind the blog 'Raspberry & Rouge', now runs a personal style diary in her own name.

Rebecca has collaborated with brands from Topshop to Hermes and Armani as social media and brand consultant, digital influencer, guest designer and ambassador. She is currently living between Amsterdam and New York, sharing her personal style, beauty tips and travel adventures. 

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Ivania Carpio


Love Aesthetics, the creation of Ivania Carpio, was established in 2008 as one of the very first style blogs in the The Netherlands.

Calling itself a "creative online space where ideas, thoughts, findings and a clear style philosophy are shared", Love Aesthetics has worked with brands like Calvin Klein, Maison Margiela, Alaïa, Comme des Garçons, and Nike. Ivania’s work has been showcased in Galeri Philippe Jousse in Paris and Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam.

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Jiami Jongejan


18-year-old Jiami Jongejan began blogging at 12, creating a diary of her travels, outfits, personal events and interests.

A self-taught programmer, Jiami started the blog Lifesplash in 2012, which later got the name Jiami.  She published the book "Not What You Think", which came in the bestseller list, and has worked with brands like Nike, Unilever and KLM.

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Andy Torres


Amsterdam-based blogger Andy Torres established Style Scrapbook over a decade ago.

Started as a visual diary of Andy's styling tips and DIY’s, she teaches her readers how to make and customise their own clothing. A pioneer in the fashion blogging movement, Andy has worked as a creative director and stylist, and was the first blogger to deliver a TED talk. She also hosted her own TV series on Cosmopolitan TV, as well as being a judge on E! Entertainment Television’s series “ELLE Mexico Disena”.

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Vera Camilla


Vera Camilla's eponymous blog is a haven of body positivity and self-love.

Starting her journey nine years ago, she now works full time on her blog, Youtube channel and social media accounts. Vera strives for self-acceptance and self-confidence among her fans.

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Serena Verbon

@serenaverbon is the initiative of Serena Verbon, a native of Houtenaar.

Beautylab  has grown into one of the largest online platforms in the Netherlands, attracting some 56,000 unique visitors every day. Serena worked as a pharmaceutical analyst for 5 years before the growth of Beautylab led her to hang up her lab coat and manage the blog full time. Her followers love her for the analyst expertise that often shines through in her product evaluations. 


Lizzy van der Ligt 


Netherlands-dwelling "fashion junkie" Lizzy van der Ligt is an expert in communicating mood through clothing compilations.

She established the Dutch brand Le Cafe Noir Studio, finding her ideas for this collection while she travelled around the world visiting every fashion capital, festivals and her beloved island Ibiza. 

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Lucy de Boer


This 26-year-old from Arnhem, Netherlands became interested in fashion in her late teens, founding Lovely By Lucy as a way to share her personal style.

Her aesthetic is edgy but comfortable, casually cool, and sports inspired.

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Joyce Croonen


Joyce Croonen, based in Nijmegen, runs the successful minimalist fashion & interior blog MyDubio, an online platform for the minimalist style lover.

In addition to being an entrepreneur, Joyce is a social psychologist and owner of Duwtje advising organizations on the topic of behavioral change with a focus on scientific research. The cool colors and minimalist feel of her Instagram keeps us feeling refreshed. 

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Sabrina Meijer


Sabrina began blogging out of Breda eight years ago while studying Graphic Design.

She built a style platform called AfterDRK from scratch, but when she became really committed to fashion, she started over to found the magazine intoIT. According to Sabrina, intoIT is not about herself and her outfits, but about her artistic vision. 


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