5 Stores You'll Love Just as Much as Zara

When working with a high-street budget, many of us tend to lean on Zara for the latest trend-led pieces, but there are a number of other stores that might solve your Zara addiction. Anyone who reads Who What Wear UK will know that it has been Mango's year, as every week there is another item all over our Instagram feeds. If you want to broaden your shopping horizons, Weekday, Monki and Warehouse are also really strong this season. Keep scrolling to scope the stores that may just push Zara out of your top bookmark spot—or at least find a close home next to it.

Mango

Several seasons ago, you probably would have overlooked Mango, but the brand has done a complete 180 and become arguably the coolest name on the high street. It has assembled a powerful force of fangirls, including Camille Charrière, Lucy Williams and Leandra Medine.

Monki

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@thatsaleaf; PICTURED: Elif from That's A Leaf wearing Monki coat. 

Monki is the more adventurous brand within the H&M group, having fun, colourful pieces alongside monochrome Scandi classics.

Weekday

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@jeanette_madsen_; PICTURED: Jeanette Madsen wearing Weekday trench.

Scandi high-street brand Weekday has long been a fashion-editor favourite, but it opened its first London store on Regent Street last year, cementing it as a go-to on the British high street. It's best for denim, T-shirts and shirts.

Warehouse

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Hannah Almassi; PICTURED: Who What Wear UK's Hannah Almassi wearing Warehouse.

Warehouse is another brand that has really upped its game this year—every week, our editors find another dress they are obsessed with.

& Other Stories

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Shot From the Street; PICTURED: Lizzy Hadfield wearing an & Other Stories blazer.

& Other Stories probably needs no introduction to you, as the H&M-owned store is a fashion-girl must.

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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