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6 Cult Brands You Didn't Know Were On ASOS

For when you're bored of ASOS DESIGN

Whether it's under-the-radar labels or high street names you wouldn't expect, there are a host of brands just perfect for your basket.

Don't get us wrong; we love ASOS (and their year-long free next day delivery) as much as the next girl but in there lies the problem. ASOS has become known for it's for key items meaning anyone who is anyone will be wearing the latest 'it' item and while we're very much into hopping on the bandwagon, there's an argument to be had for originality. 

There's a certain thrill in finding cult brands in places you would never expect - especially when those brands don't ship to Ireland. It's the perfect antidote to the cookie-cutter aesthetics that come from when everyone shops at the same online store. 

Although we're not ready to fully turn our backs on our beloved ASOS brands that have served us so well, we are ready to make our wardrobes unique again.

Below, find our list of alternative online shops for when you're bored of the same old stores. 

Never Fully Dressed

Recently, the brand that's been not only on our but the entire population of Instagram's radar is Never Fully Dressed. If you've been online over the past few months you're probably more than familiar with either the name or the aesthetic - the feed looks like a blogger's account with its washed out, street style-esque shots. They're also the brand behind that viral wrap skirt which became one of the most "famous" items of clothing of 2018.

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Shop Never Fully Dressed on ASOS, here.

Free People

If boho styling and flowing fabric are right up your street, then allow us to introduce you to the Free People collection on ASOS. Bursting with dresses, you’ll find midis packed with floral prints ruffles and tiers, basics with an updated edge and bodies that bring your entire wardrobe together. Even the underwear is a must-buy with delicate lace bralets you won’t want to cover up. 

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Shop Free People on ASOS here. 

& Other Stories

An Irish Tatler favourite, & Other Stories landing on ASOS is a game changer for significantly reduced delivery costs and times. With cult status floral dresses, leather footwear and skincare their collections are as eclectic as the French, Sweedish and American locations it takes inspiration from.

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Shoes for summer daze.

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Shop & Other Stories on ASOS, here.

Sister Jane

Serving up femininity with a vintage twist. For dresses that do all the leg work, hit that filter and indulge in frothy tiered ruffles, vintage florals and flouncy pussy bows. From pleated midi dresses and smock minis to romantic floral maxi dresses, the add-to-cart potential is real. 

Shop Sister Jane on ASOS, here. 

Faithful The Brand

A favourite amongst fashion 'it' girls and influencers alike, each of Faithful The Brand's pieces have become cult buys. Easily worn to a wedding as they are a weekend brunch, expect to feel like an insta-cool-girl status from the second you click 'checkout'. 

Shop Faithful The Brand on ASOS, here. 

Nobody's Child

The online retailer loved by the insta-set, has an ethos revolving around 'changing fashion, one day at a time'. Just like its virtual high street competitors, Nobody's Child is committed to delivering up to date trends but with a greater focus on ethical standards.

Shop Nobody's Child on Instagram, here.

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