@EveryLesbianAndTheirFashion Is The Instagram Account Of Our Lesbian Dreams

Follow this account immediately for dyke chic realness.

Pop culture, in my humble lez opinion, could change the world. When you add celesbians to the mix, it has the power to SAVE the world. As lesbians and queer women, we don’t have as many famous idols to relate to but luckily we hyperfocus all of our love and attention on glorious celesbians. Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was a lesbian Instagram feed that satiated our hunger for said celesbian content? Well there is, babes. It’s called @everylesbianandtheirfashion, and it already has 50,000 fans and followers who can’t get enough of the sapphic scenery. GO got a chance to chat with the guru behind these glorious gay girl ‘grams.

 

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GO: Let’s get the easy stuff out of the way; what is your name, age, location, and day job?

Marloes Leeuw: My name is Marloes Leeuw, I am 32, I am from Amsterdam, and I’m an online and social media manager at a Dutch broadcaster.

GO: When did you start @everylesbianandtheirfashion?

ML: I started off with Every Lesbian in May 2017. It feels like yesterday, though.

GO: What inspired you to start @everylesbianandtheirfashion?

ML: Since I was a little girl, I’ve always loved fashion. Born in the late 80s and growing up in the 90s, I was really into skate-tees, dungarees, Dr. Martens combat boots (in blue for mini-me), bleached hair, oversized sweaters, sneakers, and turtlenecks (love love love them, even in summer). Since I’m from a little village with a population of 2000, the internet was my go-to place for fashion. I could browse for cute pictures of stylish celebrities for as long as our shaky internet-access could keep going. Instagram has always inspired me in fashion, and I have been collecting all kinds of pics with cute outfits in my phone for years. I realized most of these pictures were lesbian and queer women, and I decided to just put them online. That’s how @everylesbianandtheirfashion started.

GO: What kind of feedback have you received about the page?

ML: I have been receiving feedback since day one, and, as the account kept growing, the feedback rate went up. I love how people send their personal story and pics, and, a lot of the times, the comments make happy and proud. A lot of them are so funny; it’s truly inspiring. So, I see this account as a community with all these beautiful people and all these amazing stories. <3

GO: How do you find all these awesome pics?

ML: I just love to browse, that’s just it. I could lose myself in finding the perfect pics, and then, suddenly, it’s 2 hours later.

GO: How would you describe your own lesbian fashion?

ML: Combining street-style, thrift store items, and high fashion is my fav. I love to wear black and trench coats, and I have a little bit of a sneaker addiction going on.

GO: Anything else you want the readers to know about you or the page?

ML: This page is just a big hobby-project, which I love!

If you aren’t already following this account, you are f*cking the f*ck up. Here is a highlight reel of posts you can look forward to after you follow her, which you should immediately:

 

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Our Supreme, Sarah Paulson, looking delicate yet fierce like the femme queen she is. And what’s that? An adorable kitten?! Honestly, this picture is 2 much 2 handle.

 

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Jodie Foster accepting her Oscar for Best Actress in “The Accused.” She literally invented high-low hemlines with this periwinkle piece while being awarded for her bone-chilling and ground-breaking portrayal of a gang rape survivor. Truly a woman who can do both.

 

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Literally, who gave KStew permission to be a modern-day reincarnation of Shane McCutcheon? There’s no other person who could pull off an under inner boob like this. And a suit to go with it? How dare she!!

 

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Princess Nokia is relatively underground and wildly underrated. The 90s denim swag in this picture is self-explanatory. Her fashion and music are diamonds in the rough that we all need to brush up on.

 

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Lena Waithe and Alana Mayo are the lesbian Jay-Z and Beyonce. Lena is known for showing up and making a fashion statement (her MET Gala rainbow cape is also featured), but the two of them together brings the heat to a whole ‘nother level.

 

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Hannah Gadsby burst onto the American lesbian scene after her standup special Nanette, and ever since, she has been serving us older-gender-studies-professor-who-makes-us-question-everything-we-know-about-love-and-life-and-our-own-sexuality realness.

 

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Richie Phoenix’s funky button up under a crewneck is making me feel some type of way. And the hair is just BEGGING for me the run my fingers through it. I have to oblige.

 

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This slideshow of Lily Tomlin looking like she has come down from heaven above is all I need to give me the strength to get through even the toughest of times. The flowers in her hair, the rainbow wings blowing in the wind, she is truly a vision.

 

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Kate McKinnon makes me wet my pants in more ways than one. She could literally sneeze and I would fall on the ground laughing and then crawl on my knees to beg for her to love me back. This old timey suit is taking me back to a time when our love would be forbidden, which would make it even hotter.

 

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Janelle Monáe gives us queer look after queer look, and we are truly unworthy. This look says it all, and it leaves me speechless. We stan a rainbow ruffle.

 

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This outfit literally makes no sense. None of Shane’s outfits really do. But I would lay down my life for her leather cuffs. Everylesbianandtheirfashion has icons of real life as well as of media, which makes the list of ladies to ogle at even longer.

 

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Only one of these lovely ladies is a (confirmed) lesbian, but the lesbian vibes from this picture is palpable. Just because they’re not a lesbian doesn’t mean they won’t be featured on @everylesbianandtheirfashion. Chloe and Natasha have had enough queer roles that they are essentially write-ins. We claim them.

Looks like your Instagram feed is about to get a whole lot gayer. You’re welcome.