Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Fashion | 5 Fashion Brands I'm Keeping My Eye on in 2018

Fashion Illustration in Pastel Colours, Primark Chanel Dupe shoes, Mirrored Tray with accessories flat lay

2018 is a year that I want to dedicate to more fashion on Rachel Emily. It's something I love and don't indulge in enough but I'm hoping this year that will change. I might even try my hand at Youtube again with some of my shopping sprees, hopefully now having a house will help this. I thought I'd share with you some of the brands that I'm keeping my eye on in 2018.


What can I say about Strathberry. They are already having an incredible year. Meghan Markle has been spotted out with their Midi Bag and they now have a pre-order waiting list for it until April. They also launched a collaboration with InTheFrow which sold out before I ever had the chance to look at which one would fit nicely with my wardrobe. Personally I love the East/West bags and I'm also craving their electric blue chevron design. This is a brand that I want everything from.

Shop the Strathberry collection


Fleur of England

Fleur of England is a luxury lingerie and swimwear range where everything not only fits like a glove, but it's delicate, feminine and makes you feel 110%. Silky fabrics and lace - what more could a girl ask for? Now being a Bristol girl through and through I am super proud that this amazing British brand is from my home city. The prices are a little on the high side for me to personally be able only wear their lingerie but they really are worth the investment for a few key pick me up pieces. If I do win the lottery you know where I'm hitting first. 


Kitri is very much a brand all about luxe basics and modern classics. Think wrap dresses, shirts with updated sleeves and lots of navy. Ruffles are having a 2018 moment and I love their navy midi skirt with the wrap ruffle hem. It would look amazing for right now with their pink roll neck jumper too. Basically my work-wear wardrobe just got super cool thanks to Kitri. 


Staud are a brand that I found by their Moreau Macrame IT bag which I've spotted all over Instagram lately. Macrame and woven bags are all about at the moment and the Moreau could be the bag that makes Staud's 2018. They also do silky crop tops and other gorgeous pieces that I would love to get my grubby mitts on. 

Still want more brands to nose at for 2018? Check out Uterque for trend led pieces, Charles & Keith for under £100 designer quality bags - Maisie Williams has been spotted with some of their pieces, Stradivarius - I just can't stop buying from them plus they have amazing price points (also on ASOS) and Reserved have some amazing pieces for great prices - they recently opened their first store on Oxford Street.

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