We all know that Instagram is a platform for brands to showcase their fashion.
But what if you don’t want to wait until you’re in the flesh for your fashion to appear?
That’s where ‘Feed’, a new feature on Instagram, comes in.
It lets you view your favourite Instagram pics as soon as you post them.
In the case of this particular picture, the picture of a model wearing a red dress with a pink blouse, I took my feed to the day before I uploaded it and it showed me the picture just minutes before I posted it.
There was a slight delay in showing me the pictures after I had posted them, but the images were still there and I saw the red dress and the pink blouses in the photo.
If I hadn’t been distracted by the photo, I could have looked at the blouse and not noticed the dress.
Instagram is not the only fashion platform that offers this kind of service.
You can use the new ‘Filter’ feature of Google Now to see a lot of photos from a given day.
There’s also a feature in iOS called the ‘Instagram Stories’ app that lets you see your favourite photos from Instagram, as well as photos from your favourite photo sharing services like Facebook.
If you’re interested in seeing some of the photos from the past week, there’s also ‘Fashion Bug’ on the Instagram app.
But Instagram’s ‘Feed and Fashions’ feature could be a big deal for the fashion industry.
If we can take advantage of this feature to find new fashion trends, we can also create an Instagram account that’s constantly updating with the latest trends and fashion news.
It’s great news for fashion brands, but it could also help to get their brands noticed by consumers and retailers alike.
If Instagram was able to make it easier for brands and retailers to discover the trends and trends in their products, then they could really take advantage and start getting their brand noticed.
And if we can make it so people can find trends quickly, then there will be more options available for the public to consume their fashion, even if it’s not a fashion blog.
I hope that the Instagram story that I shared today is just one example of how this feature can really help fashion brands.
If there’s a trend that I missed, feel free to let me know in the comments.