Could This Online Korean Store Curb Your Zara Addiction?

A week ago I placed a sizeable order with an online Korean fashion shop I'd never heard of before called Storets. I had spied a gorgeous off-the-shoulder wrap blouse on one of my favourite London bloggers, Shini Park of Park & Cube, and—this is actually something I honestly don't make a habit of—I felt a strong urge to copy her right away. Turns out, I'm not the only one into the brand: Olivia Palermo has been spotted in it and the brand's digital fashion influencer following is already very strong. 


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And what a nice surprise I found upon arriving at This is a cheeky little find, providing fast-paced trend-smashing pieces at really reasonable prices and with (from what I can tell following my delivery) a great fit. The multiple shirts I ordered arrived promptly and with great communication, and while there are still more colourways for me to invest in for this particular silhouette, now I'm set on getting a few dresses. Greedy? Moi?


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Model Sara Nicole Rossetto wearing the seriously popular Storets blouse.

Right now Storets's gingham line looks particularly tempting, and there's no denying that the uniqueness of shopping directly from an online-only fashion store that's so far away adds a certain kudos to the proceedings. It's highly likely your friendship circle won't own the exact same pieces (so don't go blabbing about this), and there are plenty of basics-with-a-twist that would be hard to pin down to a set season or store, giving you extra mileage for wearing these buys on repeat.

So, without delay, please peruse my favourites from the new store that could well fill some important holes in your wardrobe…

Tapping into this season's corset trend with ease.

The velvet dress to end all velvet dresses.

We predict this will be the next wrap shirt…

All of this pre-styling will save you lots of time every morning.

What a flirty number!

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Opening Image: Getty Images. Credit: Wearing a Storets trench coat.