The Non-Asos Brands You Should Buy From Asos

No, we’re not tempting you to shop at all…

For Love & Lemons
17 Aug 2015

For Love & Lemons

This American brand peddles romantic gypsy frocks, barely-there eveningwear and the sexiest, most delicate lingerie pieces. Zoom in on their sheer floral-lace bralettes and bohemian pieces.

Sunnylife
17 Aug 2015

Sunnylife

Here’s the thing: This Australian lifestyle brand is always sold out the moment stock arrives, so don’t expect to find lots of products in your search. It carries giant flamingo and donut pool floats and the like – basically summer must-haves that make you want to head to the beach, pronto.

Self Portrait
17 Aug 2015

Self Portrait

A-listers like Kristen Stewart and Kerry Washington, and bloggers such as Aimee Song love this contemporary London label’s feminine guipure lace frocks. Bonus: They’re incredibly well-priced too. 

Nike & Adidas
17 Aug 2015

Nike & Adidas

Sure, our sunny island isn’t in short supply of Nike and Adidas stores, but there’s a good range of limited-edition pieces that can be tough to hunt down here, such as Nike’s all-black Benassi sliders and Adidas’ hard-to-find Miss Stan Smith trainers. Get them quick and easy online.

Monki
17 Aug 2015

Monki

Weren’t you devastated when H&M and COS decided to set up shop in SG, because it was your shopping indulgence on holidays? Under the same group as these two brands is Monki, a more youthful line with a street aesthetic – which hasn’t made it to our shores. Yet.

Asos is highly addictive (thank you, free international shipping) and not just for its affordable house brands. There are plenty of other desktop distractions amid the website’s avalanche of offerings that are worth checking out. Here, six non-Asos brands we love.

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