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9 New Fashion Labels Zara Addicts Will Love

Bookmark these brands come payday…

You feel it in your fingers. You feel in your toes. ‘Just one look – it won’t hurt,’ you whisper to yourself. There’s no going back: Zara is calling you.

Whether it’s a catwalk-inspired fuchsia pink suit you Must Have Now or an oversized white shirt for work (yes, you have amassed quite the collection already, but still...), the mecca of high-street fashion has got you covered. Every. Single. Time.

But while we’re not denying our Z-obsession is set to wane any time soon, there are tons of cool (and affordable) new brands you’ll love just as much as Zara. We promise.

Happy shopping…

KITRI studio

The new online-only womenswear brand to watch this spring. ‘The KITRI girl is smart, fun and creative,’ Haeni Kim, former ballerina and founder of KITRI tells Grazia. ‘She’s tech-savvy, takes her style cues from social media and the women she is inspired by on there.’ Expect classic styles with a playful, contemporary twist and prices ranging from £65 to £145. ‘New products will launch Monday every week,’ Haeni says. 'It will start with 5-7 styles per week, curated to show what we think KITRI girls will want and need in her wardrobe.’

Buy now… ‘Clara’ ruffle back top, £75, kitristudio.com

REJINA PYO

You may not have heard of this London-based Korean designer (yet), but Rejina Pyo’s artsy creations were a tour de force among the street style set at Fashion Week (look back through your Insta-feed and you'll find her yolk-coloured ‘Jamie’ dress getting a lot of action). Think 80s prom-style puff ball sleeves, structural midi dresses and intimidatingly chic separates.

Buy now… Ivy bell sleeve blouse, £325, rejinapyo.com

LOÉIL

WARNING: Get ready to spend major £££. We can’t get enough this brand’s achingly cool colourful tuxedos and statement tops. Chic work-to-pub wear that look 100 times more expensive? Er, yes please.

Buy now… Kaelyn Top, £64, theloeil.com

Uterqüe

Introducing Zara’s (more grown up) sister brand you’ve probably never heard of - although in the UK, it is currently only available online. Chic and stylish catwalk copies for less than £100? SOLD.

Buy now… Pink bell-bottom trousers, £85, uterque.com

House of Sunny

The search for luxurious, unisex daywear is over. Enter: House of Sunny. The independent online brand is focused on minimal dressing and super-sized basics - think clean culottes, tees and chic loungewear.

Buy now… Lounge maxim A-line trousers, £45, houseofsunny.co.uk

Attico

Colour-blocking? Check. Decadent, yet effortlessly cool designs? Check and check. There’s a reason this new ‘It’ label - from Italian design duo and street style stars Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio - has fast become fashion editor’s secret weapon, since launching last year. Their pink and red cocktail dress is worth saving up for - pair with your favourite Zara mules...et voila!

Buy now… Gabriela long sleeve wrap dress, £875, brownsfashion.com

Baum und Pferdgarten

Calling all fans of ‘70s-style flares and floaty, floral midi-dresses. This cult Danish womenswear label launched over a decade ago, but thanks to Peak Hygge this year, has become our go-to Scandi brand of late.

Buy now… High-rise jacquard pants, £179, baumundpferdgarten.com

KALITA

Credit: Instagram

Planning your holiday wardrobe now? Don’t forget to check out KALITA’s simple and easy-to-wear cotton tunics and oh-so chic signature maxi dresses. Beach-to-bar attire at its very best.

Buy now… Bow tie top; £300 and skirt;£420

Sézane

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In need of a Parisian pick-me-up (who isn't)? France’s first ‘online fashion label’ is on hand to inject some serious Briget Bardot vibes into your wardrobe, with their spring collection launching mid-March.

sezane.com/en

Main image: KITRI studio

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