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Where should fashion girls go when, besides all their shopping destinations, they are tired of everything in their closets? Down under to the land of the Aussies, of course. We often associate Australia with sun, fun and all that goes with it, but what we often don't realize is how objectively fashionable it is secretly (at least to us). So much so that once you find out what's hiding on the distant continent, you may be throwing all of your favorite retailers overboard.
To anticipate that, the number of extremely stylish Australian brands seemed endless, which made it particularly difficult to select the ones to be featured here today. However, since we think we know you well enough by now, these are the brands we think you will like to draw. While some of them can ring a bell based on sightings of some of your favorite stars, others are excitingly alien. Get ready to shop for the Australian brands that fashion girls are already obsessed with and will soon be too.
Read on to find out all about the Australian brands fashion girls love and shop everyone for our favorite items.
The perfect vintage-inspired tops for summer can be found at With Jean. The line focuses on chic items that go with your everyday denim. So it's more literal than you think – and the brand lives up to its name if you ask us.
This sister duo brand combines high-end fashion elements with contemporary sportswear and takes the sport to a new level.
This daringly chic swimwear label was inspired by the 80s as an ode to the time when women felt empowered and comfortable in their own skin. Here you will find tons of skyscrapers and cheeky bottoms, crochet pieces and the well-known bow top (see below).
Bec + Bridge was born from a wonderful friendship between Becky Cooper and Bridget Yorston and is suitable for anyone looking for the perfect party dress or sultry separate. Kendall Jenner wore the dress underneath a couple of times which proves the brand is worth knowing.
The founders of this brand, Alexandra Spencer and Teale Talbot, create pieces for their line that match what they think is missing in their own closets. Each item is just as fun as wearing it.
Hong Kong-born founder Adriana Giuffrida spent most of her early life traveling and studying the artistic expression of each place – which explains the unique and creative flair she brings to sunglasses. The shades of the label have been seen on the faces of icons like Solange Knowles and Cara Delevingne, proving this is a brand that will keep you on the radar of fashion.
Based on the idea that women should find swimwear that is comfortable, uncomplicated and extremely stylish, Matteau offers swimsuits for every personal style and taste thanks to the simple design.
Lee Mathews was founded in 2000 and reflects the architecture, colors and art of Australia. The combination of prints and silhouettes you will find here is incomparable.
Michael Lo Sordo reworks traditional silhouettes into minimal but eye-catching pieces. If you haven't seen his collections on Net-a-Porter, Revolve, or Moda Operandi, be sure to take note.
The beach lifestyle is important to Aussies, and Double Rainbouu highlights the seaside culture with its fresh and eclectic take on typical tropical prints.
Peony takes a more conscious and sustainable approach to design so the only impact on the planet is your favorite swimwear.
I.Am.Gia has had a cult following for a reason as it has become the target for the edgy but effortless it-girl image masses.
Christopher Esber brings a breath of fresh air into the world of constantly evolving trends, as he considers the timeless designs to be minimal and reformed.
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This post was published earlier and has been updated since then.