Dubai, the place to be: 10x Instagram moms in Dubai you should follow
More and more moms are using Instagram to showcase a little bit of their lives as a mom, a business woman, a girlfriend or wife. We cannot get enough of these fashionable, kicking-ass women and their mini-me’s, which is why we keep on searching for the coolest, most beautiful, and sweetest accounts out there.
This week we explored innovating and sunny Dubai. Scroll down and get inspired by these amazing women and their children!
Nina Ali (@lipstickmommy)
Mommy of 3 | Beauty, Lifestyle & Motherhood | Dubai & Texas!
The girls and I are excited for @dsfsocial Dubai's shopping festival starting today. There will be lots of amazing discounts, promotions and celebrations starting on the 26th of Dec. until the 28th of Jan. Wearing our adorable @semsemfashion mommy and me Jamila dresses and kaftan. Available at @levelkids in @citywalkdubai. I fell in love with the whole SemSem line! ? @dsfsocial #mydsf
Jennifer Stano (@jenniferstano)
Co-owner of World Of Wellness & WowMoms | Mama of 2 boys | Glam Hippie, Aquarius, crystal junkie | Positive vibes only
Marianne Argy (@marianneargy)
Currently in Dubai | Made In Greece | Presenter | Fit Aussie mom
Founder of Couture for Cause | Tablescape Stylist | Brand Ambassador | Mom of 4
Heidi Raeside (@tuesdayschildme)
Dubai/UK | Award-winning Blogger | Contributing Editor | Lovechild of Patsy Stone & DelBoy | Mrs Malaprop
Digital Marketer from Ireland living in Dubai | Charlie’s mama | Coffee tart | Distressed denim fan
Georgia MacMillan (@gcmacmillan)
Painting, creating and textiles | Lifestyle editor at The Grace Tales.
Editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia | Mummy-in-chief of Leo, Fox and baby Kit.
Nesha Turley (@theflawlessmommy)
Flawless and a mom? My take on the impossible pursuit of being the perfect parent. Raised in TX, lives in Dubai. Mom of Sienna (3) & Cole (1).
The past few days have been interesting, to say the least. I've watched an incredible family leave the highest post in the world and a man, we could use endless adjectives to describe, come into their place. I wish him the best and every success as he is Commander in Chief of the country I was raised in, the country I call my home and the country I love. What I don't wish for is the continued rhetoric against women, minorities and religions other than his own. I was so proud to watch many of my friends march for women's rights in various cities across the world. Change comes with action and this is just the beginning. So yes, for me it's been an interesting time and not a sad one. (Except for when those farewell Obama videos show up on my newsfeed ?).
Mom of two kids | Digital influencer | Entrepreneur | Brand Ambassador | Harper Bazaar best dressed.
Image credits: Instagram