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Oh! So you, too, wake up every morning to a scroll fest of Instagram #OOTD's? You're not alone, friend, and we're about to blow your mind with five national brands who love Miami so much they've created their own Instagram accounts for our city.
It makes total sense; while most of the country can sympathize with photos of mug-holding, coat clad eskimos, we find ourselves saying "Coats? They sell those down here?" From Free People to Nordstrom, the accounts after the jump are 612 x 612 pixel reflections of our eternal summer wardrobes, in the respective styles of the companies who are running them.
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Nordstrom Dadeland: There's so much to see at Nordstrom that it's nice to have a few curated looks to scroll through. The department store's Dadeland account places a big emphasis on showing off their most stylish employees and keeping you up to date with the store's latest sales and promotions.
Urban Outfitters: UO's Miami account shows off the best each of its locations has to offer down here, and the best places to don those pieces around town.
American Apparel: If you want to know which American Apparel store in Florida is having a casting call or when you should pencil in the best sale, then you should probably be following the brand's Florida account. Their employees do a great job of showing us ways we can style American Apparel's basics for our steamy weather.
LF Miami: We may or may not have scrolled through LF Miami's entire Instagram feed when we scoped it out for our Racked 38, but we couldn't help it. If only everyone in South Beach looked as cute as the trendy gals in their shots do. Sigh.
Free People: Free People has two local accounts: one for their Dadeland store and the other for their South Beach abode. Both accounts feature loads of ideas for boho chic outfits, modeled by their fabulous employees.