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Saturday, 10 November 2018

Under the Radar Brands that I'm Obsessed With


Sézane


The jumpers from Sézane are style focused like Zara but made of incredible fabrics like the White Company -  the dream combination in my opinion. Sézane's collections are inspired by that effortlessly chic Parisian woman so many of us wish to emulate. Their simple tailored coats will have everyone asking you where it's from. While Sézane definitely isn't Zara cheap, it's also not ridiculously expensive . At €280 on average for a wool coat I would consider it to be the higher end of premium high-street.



Dear Frances


This is a brand that I spotted on instagram a while back and followed straight away. Their Spirit ankle boots are everything I've ever looked for in a classic boot. I've said it before and I'll say it again, a good pair of leather boots are always worth the investment! Dear Frances has started getting more and more press recently with celebrities like Kendall Jenner wearing their boots.



Hush Clothing

Hush do the cutest sweatshirts - really thick and wash extremely well. Their style is everything I look for in lounge and casual-wear. Every piece, even the basics just scream quality. I think a trait of a woman who has her life together is that her core wardrobe basics are of high quality and aren't replaced every season.


Jonak


Jonak is a french haven for shoes. Amazing leather boots and shoes for relatively reasonable prices. In some ways the styles remind me a lot of shoes that Zara would make - classic with the quirky twist. Be sure to check out their outlet section too for incredible leather ankle boots under 100EUR!

Anthropologie


Okay so not just a brand but a store too. As well as stocking their own products Anthropologie stock brands like Maison Scotch and Selected Femme. I love Anthropologie so much I might even go as far as to say it's my favourite online store. A particular favourite of mine is their home section. If I could only furnish my (future) home from one store it would 100% be Anthropologie. They have some of the most whimsical pieces of furniture and decor that I have ever seen - every piece is unique and unlike anything you would ever buy in Ikea or the like.

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