Fall for these Australian boutique brands.
Yes, Australia is full of some truly epic fast fashion brands, but it’s also home to plenty of gorgeous (read: smaller) boutiques that are worth checking out. Ajefor example, started when two best friends teamed up in 2008 to create the two statements and everyday looks. You’ll find details like hand-painted prints and natural elements, making it a standout choice for your next shopping spree.
There are also brands like Mouthpiece & Bridge and Dion Lee—two smaller labels making incredibly swoon-worthy pieces. Bec & Bridge offers clothing made directly in Sydney, Australia, while Dion Lee offers a high-end, edgy feel worthy of a splurge.
These Australian native brands are some of our favorites.
Want incredibly beautiful clothes and accessories? In that case, you’ll probably want to pay close attention to some of the Australian native brands above. Dizzy’s House, founded by Kristy Dickinson, a Wiradjuri woman, is known for bold, colorful jewelry that celebrates Indigenous roots and culture. the Maara Collectivefounded by Yuwaalaraay Creative Director, Julie Shaw, is a multi-artist collaboration showcasing and showcasing Indigenous fashion and design, from dreamy dresses to flowy pants and tops.
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You may have already purchased these very popular labels.
Every country has its most popular clothing brands, and Australia is no exception. You’ve probably already purchased some of these labels from ~Down Under~ without even realizing it. Princess Polly has an absolute hold on TikTok and Instagram, having gone viral multiple times on both platforms.
Zimmerman is a luxury brand known for its intricate details and patterns, which you’ve probably seen on your newsfeed. Favorite sportswear cult brand upside down and the hat brand Lack of Color are also Australian labels!