When you're bored of your wardrobe, tired of shopping in the same old stores and feeling generally underwhelmed by your current style status, then here's a solution: Shop from a selection of the best international fashion brands that ship the UK.
We realise that's quite a daunting solo task and wouldn't expect you to use all your free time searching for such shopping-basket fulfillment, so here's our quick guide to perusing the best online stores from across the globe that do send your purchases to England—because there's nothing more annoying than tracking down a dream ticket only to discover that it's never, ever, ever weaving it's way into your wardrobe. We're talking about you, Simon Miller.
Use these unique international fashion labels to make your closet are more curated, culture kind of place—but please do remember that you can sometimes incur customs tax, so check all of the details on your purchase beforehand. Scroll down to see the labels we love from across the world…
American site Pixie Market is a favourite amongst fashion bloggers, and you can quickly see why when you start filling your basket—they're great at churning out fast-paced trending-smashing pieces at decent prices. For example, right now you'll find PM is a mecca for off-the-shoulder tops and frayed denim. They also stock a selection of other brands, so you'll never leave empty-handed…
Lingerie and swimwear fanatics are raving about this New York–based label designed by Araks Yeramyan. We can see why SJP and Sofia Coppola are fans—just look at the soft shapes and saturated colours. They put our current undies to shame.
Copenhagen shoe store Notabene stocks other designer footwear, but it's their own styles that we're most interested in. They're just on the more interesting side of minimalistic, but ever-so-Danish in their slight frumpiness—just the kind of shoe the hippest Instagramming ilk love.
Uterque is Zara's older, more sophisticated sister. That means you'll find even better quality goods and a slightly more adventurous take on the season's trends. We're hooked and really hoping for an actual UK store soon...
Another favourite amongst the Nordic and Scandi style blogging set, FWSS provides simple pieces that have a slightly unexpected tweak here or there—like the blue shirt with a slit neckline, pictured below.
If you're going to a wedding or party and don't want to turn up in the same outfit as someone else, we'd highly recommend Australian label, C/Meo Collective—their frocks and party separates are always glamorous and unusual in equal measure.
If something weird and wonderful usually grabs your attention, then Swedish designer Ann-Sofie Back is your go-to girl. Her clothes are wearable but always slightly strange—think blown-out proportions, unexpected fabrics and punky details, like giant safety-pins or studs fastening pieces together.