One of the best shopping moments is when you find a new brand that you absolutely love. We’re talking about clothes you can’t wait to wear because the fit is right and the styles are so spot on that you know you can go back time after time for pieces that just work.
Fashion isn’t just about needing clothes, it’s about expressing yourself as who you are and having fun.
And what’s more fun than the thrill of discovery?
Here’s the next batch of brands (and pieces) that need to be on your radar.
COS is known for their affordably priced modern and minimal styles that work on so many different body types. Fun fact: Fashion editors love this company! In addition to the tried and true, we’re loving their newer foray into upscale lines with COS Atelier and several capsule collaborations.
A plus size brand that works for women size 14 and up (ladies who buy XL, don’t overlook this brand!), Eloquii features everything from elevated basics to gorgeous special-occasion dresses. The line, which embraces bold colors, offers a great mix of classic styles and fashion-forward designs.
A UK-based company, Wrap London is known for their luxurious fabrics: soft linen, gorgeous cotton, cashmere, and silk. They take a relaxed yet stylish approach to dressing, and the pieces will easily elevate your wardrobe. What’s on our wish list? Almost everything!
If you love quality basics, look no further than The White Company. The designs are timeless and the quality is top-notch. Not only can you find great casual wear (tees, sweaters and jeans) but also gorgeous home goods, sleepwear, candles, and more.
Looking for something affordable to spruce up your next vacation outfit? Look no further. Charles & Keith is a shoe (and accessory) brand that offers casual picks - like jellies and Birkenstock-style slides - and elevated options - like kitten heel sandals - that are very much current and wearable. They’re well-priced, and even though they ship from the UK the delivery is a breeze (fast and duty-free).
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