7 Brands Worth The Shipping Fees

With influencers flaunting overseas brands all over our Instagram feeds, it’s hard not to be seduced by their unique designs. Contemplating purchasing but unsure if the extra shipping fees are worth it? Here are the ones worth the splurge...


Alexis, in its own words, “embraces all aspects of femininity, sophistication and elegant ease”. With highly structured designs, ruffled separates and luxurious silky fabrics, it's a go-to for special occasion wear that will last. The neutral pieces deliver on timeless glamour – just add killer heels and simple jewellery.

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For Love & Lemons

For Love & Lemons is synonymous with ethereal, floaty summer dresses, but its swimwear collection is also well worth having on you radar. Signature frills and detailed embroidery are to be expected, but you'll also find pops of floral prints; perfect for any summery edit.

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Lack of Color

Lack of Color girls are officially the Insta babes we want to be, somehow managing to make the brand’s simple, stylish hats look impossibly sexy and cool. The Aussie label's look book provides the perfect inspo for pulling off its pieces – team classic white swimwear with wide-brimmed accessories for understated minimalism.

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The vintage-inspired Aussie brand to know is Posse. Self-described as “effortlessly feminine”, it offers relaxed silhouettes with directional knot details and fashion-forward prints; Instagram’s coolest girls have been easily seduced.

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Réalisation Par

Responsible for the Instagram frenzy behind the leopard print slip skirt, Réalisation Par has transitioned from last summer’s cult tea dresses into a selection of 2018 must-haves; think vintage corset button detailing, flattering wrap designs and modern girly styles. Consider these trend-led investment pieces, guaranteed to make a statement.

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Sir The Label

The contemporary brand Sir The Label is inspired by reverie past and present, but with a twist of versatility at the forefront of its designs; creating pieces that bridge the gap between high fashion and ready-to-wear. Its signature detailed embroidery and structured monochrome styles have serious new season appeal.

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Storets takes the fuss out of holiday shopping – we love their staple dresses with trend-led details (knot twists, puff sleeves and Bardot necklines add interest). A capsule collection of classic blue and white shades, you can revamp your whole summer wardrobe with just this one brand.

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