Stuck inside isolating? Still not feeling festive? Scroll on to find nine London Instagram accounts that’ll instantly make you feel Christmassy, even if you can’t go out and explore the scenes for yourself. 

Covid cases are skyrocketing, thousands are isolating and many are simply trying to stay inside more so they don’t test positive before the big day, but that doesn’t mean we have to completely give up on Christmas. Live vicariously through these nine Instagram accounts and fall back in love with the city during the festive season.

@lepinkfigaro 

You’ve seen us spread our love for this little pink car before but now that it’s Christmas, Lola’s Instagram has had a festive makeover. See her rolling her way around the city and it’s festive decorations, from Harrods’ lit-up exteriors to this adorable red bow decorated townhouse. Earlier on in the festive season, the little car took over Covent Garden’s Piazza for a special installation with the FLOWERBX, see the magic come to life again on Insta. 

@girlwiththeredbob

For lovers of colour, look to Kaylie aka @girlwiththeredbob’s Insta page of wonder. She’s crafted a festive feed that’s filled with deep reds, golds and splashes of pink. See her making her way around everywhere in the city, from posing on the iconic St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London’s Instagrammable stairs to Leadenhall Market, Cartier’s bow-kissed exteriors to Covent Garden’s maze of light tunnels.

@eastlondonmornings

Known best for sharing her own little slice of East London life, Katya Katkova aka @eastlondonmornings,  has been busy sharing her favourite festive scenes this year. From tablescapes to wreaths, Christmas lights to snapping up a pic of Annabel’s gingerbread transformation, she’s keeping us fuelled with goodies all December long.

@kate_in_london 

London blogger Kate has been sharing her favourite spots around the capital for a while now but her Christmas content has really caught our eye. Scroll through her colourful feed and see everything from Claridge’s tree, Chelsea’s multicoloured tunnel and even a glimpse at Miracle pop-up at Henrietta Hotel.

@justefe

From moody shots of the city at dusk to glistening shots of London at Christmas, @justefe’s Insta grid manages to make us fall head over heels for the city we call home time and time again. You too can fall back in love with the city as you scroll through his medley of festive snaps, from the Royal Albert Hall’s giant tree to Oxford Street’s twinkling star display.

@crazycatladyldn

It was only a matter of time before Daphne’s glorious bauble paradise was going to feature, and this beautiful image is courtesy of Michelle Catherine aka @crazycatladyldn. Known for documenting her life around London and beyond, her Christmas content hasn’t disappointed. Follow along to get inspired.

 

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@angelacoomey

Helping us fall back in love with the simple side of London is @angelacoomey. Her knack for snapping a hidden side of London’s beauty has seen her rack up over fifty thousand followers on Instagram alone. Reignite your passion with the city and see how she snaps images of festive spots around Liberty London and more.

@lakudavies

Get into the spirit of Christmas with a little helping hand from @lakudavies. The digital creator has been sharing their adventure to their 36 thousand followers, dedicating the last month to Christmas and all of the lights displays. If you can’t wander around for yourself, scroll their feed and enjoy the next best thing.

@ritafarhifinds

Digital creator Rita Farhi shares their London story with her mass of 74 thousand followers. She’s crafted a page dedicated to the seasons, so naturally winter and all that comes with it is being blasted on her page. Expect stunning reels and photos of the best festive spots in London from 34 Mayfair to The Berkeley, The Arts Club to Daphne’s.


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