Now that we’re fast approaching the days when we can ditch our duster coats and denim jackets, we know you’ve just been itching to get your fashion fingers on the latest boutiques for all your warm weather desires.
Spring, like autumn, is a transitional season of gifts, during which we unwrap all the ways to express our style, as the weather doesn’t welcome prudence (there are far too many fashionable choices for you to be playing it safe). Since we always want you to look and feel your best, we’ve gathered some [more] stores for yet another round of online boutiques to shop the trendiest pieces of the season.
The Line by K
Creative director Karla Deras is the innovative fashionista behind The Line by K, a seductively simple boutique native to Los Angeles. If you’re familiar with the forward-thinking style of designer Simone Porte Jacquemus, (among the brightest stars in the contemporary fashion world) then you’ll enjoy Deras’s collection, which offers a romantic essence reminiscent of the South of France. The boutique is ideal for anyone who enjoys the practicality of minimalism with a touch of sultry silhouettes—a go-to shop for your spring getaway. From mid-waist straight leg jeans, buttoned down bodysuits and denim dresses, The Line by K can easily be mixed and matched with any item in your wardrobe.
Home to the uber popular knit corsets and Victorian-style crop tops, Orseund Iris is a “non-seasonal label” based in New York. The it-brand was birthed by New York-born creative powerhouse Alana Johnson, and her unseasonal designs have been at the forefront of what is colloquially known as “Instagram fashion,” where models such as Emily Ratajkowski and Imaan Hammam have been pushing these closet essentials. The brand’s mission is to offer electric and rare pieces — it isn’t often that we stumble across garments as rousing as these.
Danielle Guizio founded her eponymous label in 2014, with her mind set on creating a boutique that would be revered for its exclusive cut and sew clothing, as well as its signature sets. The fundamental sartorial pillars that defined the designs of the 1980s and the 1990s are ever prominent in Danielle Guizio’s clothing (it is, at its core, a new millennium rite of passage to study those fashion eras). This New York-based boutique maintains a distinct and modern style while reimagining classic women’s sportswear. Guizio’s brand embodies its youthful culture while commemorating its nostalgic roots.
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