Your Instagram Aesthetic Summed Up In One Sentence, Based On Your Zodiac Sign



(March 21st to April 19th)

Photo of sneakers in leaves, the caption reads: “Fall weather’s been a little temperamental, but beautiful all the same.”


(April 20th to May 21st)

A flat lay of new skincare products, the caption reads: ON THE BLOG today, these are saving my life right now. #ad.”


(May 22nd to June 21st)

A photo of your friends at dinner pretending to act candid, the caption reads: “Fries before guys.”


(June 22nd to July 22nd)

A picture of a cat or dog laying somewhere in your apartment inconspicuously, the caption reads: “The only person I’ll ever need.”


(July 23rd to August 22nd)

A photo of you strenuously posing in the mirror with your legs set apart and back arched, the caption reads: “Do you want to know how I get in shape, make 6 figures, have dozens of friends AND work from home?! Link in bio if you want to join me.”


(August 23rd to September 22nd)

Picture of your fourth haircut or color change this month, the caption reads: “So, this happened today.”


(September 23rd to October 22nd)

A photo of your pretend-not-staged neutral colored interior decor, your partner casually lingering in the background, the caption reads: “Chill day at home before going back to #thegrind tomorrow.”


(October 23rd to November 22nd)

Wearing a black item of clothing with some kind of muted floral or decal, the caption reads: “Sometimes, I wear color.”


(November 23rd to December 21st)

A photo of anything, the caption reads: “I don’t remember taking this, but here’s a shot from last night.”


(December 22nd to January 20th)

A photo of you on a hyper-saturated beach, either holding a shell or a piña colada in a coconut, the caption reads: “Take me back.”


(January 21st to February 18th)

Very close up shots of random things you encounter throughout the day, like the side of a coffee cup or some cool architecture, there are no captions.


(February 19th to March 20th)

A layout of your MacBook, coffee, journal open to a page you are writing in, pens, your glasses, and a very not-casual book of literature, the caption is either a completely non-related tirade of every feeling you’ve had in the last 48 hours or a snide joke about something also unrelated.