One of my favourite things about the Autumn months is seeing the gradual shift in bookstagrammer’s posts – seeing the orange tones creep in, the leaves arranged around their books, hot chocolate with whipped cream and even some pretty fairy lights. Although there are so many amazing, inspiring people posting photos that fit this brief, I am going to share some of my recent favourites with you all!
This is an Instagrammer I have loved for a very long time and her photos remain cosy and warm all throughout the year, however, I just love her posts in the Autumn. I love the mix between books, food and drinks with some beautiful scenery and outfits. They’re the kind of photos you just want to live in!
Lisa’s theme caught my eye when I saw her second to last post. I, of course, love Circe to death but the addition of pumpkins, hot chocolate and pastries just matches the book perfectly. I love the mixture of selfies, books and amazing set-ups/flat lays I could never hope to achieve. Plus that username? How could I leave her out of this list?
Although we primarily think of the colour orange for Autumn, I also think about the darker browner tones and this feed has nailed it. I love the dark and mysterious side to the photographs, the addition of candles and the right amount of light. The mixture between flat-lays, set-ups and selfies break the feed apart beautifully.
Exploring the darker side of Autumn even more, this feed fits perfectly. These photos are full of atmosphere and mystery, I love how nature plays a huge part in the photos as well as the books and the brown shades just fit beautifully. I don’t know whether I get more excited to see the landscape photos or the book photos. They’re all too good.
Kat’s page is extremely underrated considering her photos are some of the most beautiful I’ve seen. Playing with the later shade of Autumn colours, I love how her feed incorporates book into almost every photo and the use of those cute little pumpkins make them all the more special. The third photo on the top row just blows me away.
And finally, I think it’s fitting to end on a post that manages to encapsulate both the cosy-ness of Autumn and the idea of Christmas with the warm tones and the addition of fairy lights. I love the use of subtle light and how your eye is always drawn to the focal part of the photo – the books.
Both Becky and I also have our own bookstagrams if you wish to give them a peak but for now, we hope we have found some new people for you to follow!
Lots of Love,