5 more brands on Instagram I’m crushing on right now

I am an Instagram addict these days. If you read my first post, you’ll know that I love using it to find new clothing brands.

Here’s the Insta accounts I’ve been crushing on lately.

Jaded London

We ❤️ this gal @bntmsimone Sequin checkerboard dress live on jadedldn.com now! 🔥🔥🔥 #jadedbabes

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Sequins and fire… my two favourite things when it comes to creating a killer outfit! Jaded London offers incredible pieces for the girl who’s just a little bit alternative. Personally I’m just waiting to book a holiday so I can rock their fire print bikini.

 

Hey Girl

Zip up biker dress ⛓💉🔪💗💦💦#ohheygirlstore 🖤🖤

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This dress is EVERYTHING. Oh Hey Girl is a UK based online brand inspired by Korean street style. From oversized cuts to bold colours and quirky detailing, this is definitely a brand to watch. Stock is limited to you’ll have to act fast if you find an item you love.

 

Ellice and Lydia

I love pretty pants, and the lingerie offerings from Ellice and Lydia are just delightful. I’m totally crushing on the delicate bralets. Ellice and Lydia have now branched into swimwear too, so you should definitely take a look at their website before commencing your holiday packing.

 

Lola May

If you’re into Scandi-inspired minimalism then you will LOVE Lola May. Neutral tones, flowing shapes and refreshing takes on current trends. The best part? Lola May is really affordable.

 

L.O.M Fashion

Looking for bold, 70s-inspired festival fashion? Designer Louise O’Mahony ticks all the boxes. There’s tassels-a-plenty and a tropical colour palette. I’m not sure my lifestyle is quite colourful enough to pull these looks off, but boy do I have wardrobe envy!

Let me know your favourite Insta finds in the comments below.

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  1. […] There’s more to fashion than the High StreetJust because you don’t love what the High Street has to offer right now doesn’t mean you can’t be stylish. This is where vintage fashion really comes into its own. Exploring your town’s vintage and charity shops can result in some wardrobe gems without breaking the bank. Personally, I love scouting for independent brands on Instagram – you’ll find some of my recent favourites here and here. […]

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