13 Funny Women You Should Be Following on Instagram

13 Funny Women You Should Be Following on Instagram

Photo: Zoe Dubno

While Instagram can definitely feel like an overwhelming and endless scroll of random acquaintances sharing too many photos of their kids, annoying ex-boyfriends (it’s time to grow up, Tom), amateur models who are hawking skinny tea, and celebrities you don’t remember following or necessarily care much about, there are inspiring feeds to tip-tap when you are in need of a mood boost. If you know who to follow, you can transform your feed from eye roll-inducing to laugh-out-loud funny—and that’s where these ladies come in. They deliver social fun in the form of memes, illustrations, ironic photos, and self-deprecating jokes. 

@jooleeloren

I'd love to have you over sometime next month to eat cheese in a circle and talk about politics and anxiety. #emailme #declawed #betternot #lookingforward #is7pmtooearly

A post shared by jooleeloren (@jooleeloren) on Jun 28, 2017 at 12:40pm PDT

Okay, so no one ever explicitly said fashion girls aren’t funny, but they may have had their doubts. However, one glance at illustrator and former J. Crew designer Julie Houts’s ‘gram should be enough to quell them. Houts’s sketches lambast everything from carb-induced self flagellation to fashion bloggers to everyone’s sudden obsession with unicorns, all while maintaining the glamorous aesthetic of traditional fashion illustrations.

@butlikemaybe

BUT WHAT WILL I PLAN OUTFITS FOR NOW

A post shared by Arianna Margulis (@butlikemaybe) on Sep 6, 2017 at 8:26am PDT

Another charmingly self-deprecating illustrator, Arianna Margulis has made enough of an impression to garner a recent write-up in the New Yorker, but somehow, she and her cartoon alter ego manage to stay humble enough to, for example, be open about using the publicity to unsuccessfully attempt entry into exclusive NYFW parties. A girl after our own heart.

@celestebarber

Oh no I seem to have fallen. #celestechallengeaccepted #celestebarber #funny #doutzenkroes #mertandmarcus

A post shared by Celeste Barber (@celestebarber) on Sep 10, 2017 at 3:28pm PDT

If you’ve ever LOL-ed at ridiculousness of a celebrity photoshoot or model on the spread of a glossy magazine, comedian Celeste Barber is for you. Parodying poses by the likes of Beyonce, Cindy Crawford, and Kylie Jenner, Barber has little success achieving the same airbrushed quality, instead reminding us that it’s all a (very funny, when you think about it) facade.

@filthyratbag

why do u think I wasn't invited tho?

A post shared by celeste mountjoy (@filthyratbag) on May 16, 2017 at 3:23am PDT

Despite being just 17 years old, illustrator Celeste Mountjoy has an impressive grasp on the various injustices that plague women of all ages, including (but not limited to) f*ckboys, imposter syndrome, drugs, anxiety, guilt, slut shaming, and the existence of Donald Trump. Her work has a bizarre, off-kilter quality and is full of the kind of disturbing truisms that keep you tossing and turning until 3 a.m. on Sunday nights.

@scariest_bug_ever

why'd i make this instead of doing any of these things. that's the real mystery

A post shared by BINNY DEBBIE (@scariest_bug_ever) on Aug 28, 2017 at 2:25pm PDT

The feminist meme community is a rabbit hole that is, in my opinion, worth falling down, and there are far worse places to start than with the work of Binny Debbie. Her “starter packs,” animal pics, and riffs on that now-infamous “distracted boyfriend” meme address surprisingly weighty topics like sexism, third-wave feminist theory, and living with depression.

@gothshakira

a friendly PSA as double rolled beanie season ends and skateboard wheels on concrete-induced whiplash season begins

A post shared by @gothshakira on May 13, 2017 at 8:46am PDT

Another meme-maker, Dre uses the internet’s most accessible means of communication to do both the noble work of debunking sexism, racism, and homophobia as well as playfully mock millennial pastimes like using obscure internet slang, wearing chokers, and drinking far too much wine. Sound familiar? 

@chloewise_

Who wore it better? My physical earthly body OR my spiritual embodiment as German dream car?

A post shared by Chloe Wise (@chloewise_) on Aug 19, 2017 at 5:10pm PDT

To follow artist Chloe Wise on Instagram is to be obsessed with her quirky sense of humor and absurdly aspirational existence, in which her best friends (who make frequent appearances in her content) are the likes of Eric Wareheim, Hari Nef, and Jeffrey Deitch. Luckily, she approaches life with the same playful attitude that she does her art, which makes watching her do things like walk the red carpet for “Master of None” fun, as opposed to annoying.

@angelicahicks

Fashion week: when sidewalks become catwalks

A post shared by Angelica Hicks (@angelicahicks) on Sep 8, 2017 at 12:49pm PDT

Perhaps you’ve heard of Angelica Hicks. Despite being just 24, the illustrator was recently tapped by Gucci to create a line of exclusive (not to mention expensive) t-shirts featuring her designs. The name of Hicks’s game is puns, especially those based on goings-on in the fashion world. On Graydon Carter’s departure from Vanity Fair: “I’m Gray-done Carter!” On the pervasiveness of septum piercings at NYFW: “Septum-ber.” You get the idea.

@textsfromyourexistentialist

I can be my own summer bummer, but thanks! And what happens in #degas stays in #degas.

A post shared by Texts From Your Existentialist (@textsfromyourexistentialist) on Jul 29, 2017 at 1:36pm PDT

This account is art history meets texting meets existential woe, all thanks to April Eileen Henry, who has a knack for meme-ifying our collective angst. Topics include selfies, hitting rock bottom, the death of romance, and hating everything in your closet. It strikes an emotional chord, to be sure, but hey, at least the pictures are pretty.

@everyoutfitonsatc

God bless @patricia_field for putting Samantha in this canary yellow @manfredthierrymugler jacket from his F/W ‘88 “She-Devils” collection. This inspired pairing is actually heartwarming as fuck, because when you look at the runway images from that incredible collection (swipe left) it is apparent that Mugler envisioned a woman exactly like Samantha inhabiting these clothes. Witnessing this perfect union of garment and personality is like seeing paparazzi photos of Kim and Kanye together for the first time: it just makes so much fucking sense. Not many people can pull off a crayola-colored power suit, let alone one with an extreme hourglass silhouette. But Samantha was born to be one of Mugler's she-devils. And if a third SATC film ever materializes, we’d like to see her try on one of those Maleficent-esque hairstyles as well. #SamanthaJones #ThierryMugler #SATCmovie #PowerSuit #IconicRunway #1988 #80sFashion #SheDevils

A post shared by Every Outfit on Sex & the City (@everyoutfitonsatc) on Aug 29, 2017 at 11:29am PDT

Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garroni’s epic homage to Sex and the City’s style is a must-follow for SATC fans and vintage fashion lovers alike. Though, be warned: While you may remember Carrie and the girls as bona fide style icons (and to be fair, they still are), there’s a whole lot of bad haircuts, weird hemlines, and inexplicably exposed bras to be LOL-ed at here.

@catanacomics

I just love you so much I wanna eat you ❤️ #catanacomics

A post shared by Catana (@catanacomics) on Jul 19, 2017 at 9:33am PDT

Anyone who has ever been in a serious relationship will appreciate Catana Chetwynd’s on-point cartoons about life after the honeymoon period. You know, that blissful time when you stop shaving your legs, start wearing your boyfriend’s oversized sweatshirt everywhere, and opt to eat half the food off his plate rather than getting your own. Be warned: Get ready to tag your S.O. in basically every post.

@shitmodelmgmt

"Oh wow the weather is nice today" "Is it? That's funny because it WASN'T NICE when you snitched on me to the agency LEAVE MY KITCHEN"

A post shared by Shit Model Management (@shitmodelmgmt) on Apr 18, 2017 at 3:57pm PDT

Run by an anonymous model, five minutes spent on this account will put your closeted catwalk fantasies to bed once and for all. Despite containing mostly industry in-jokes that send up mean managers, lecherous photographers, and crappy model apartments, there’s plenty that’s relatable to the rest of us. After all, who hasn’t dealt with bad bosses, slimy dudes, and unfortunate housing? Plus, we don’t know how to pronounce “Yves Saint Laurent” without sounding like a tool either. 

@zoedubno

me

A post shared by zoe dubno (@zoedubno) on Apr 8, 2017 at 7:33pm PDT

Internet heroine Zoe Dubno has stuff to say about Glossier, Gloria Steinem, fidget spinners, the infamous Kendall Jenner Pepsi commercial, and pretty much everything else you can imagine caring about or wanting to make fun of. But spoiler alert: She does it funnier than you, me, and everyone else on the ‘gram.

21.05.2018
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