13 brands you need to know if you’re obsessed with PrettyLittleThing

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Fashion can be overwhelming sometimes. With so many great brands out there, it can be hard to branch out and try something new, so we tend to stick to what we know and shop from the same brands, day after day, and one of our biggest repeat offenders has to be PrettyLittleThing. But no more! We’ve stepped out of our comfort zone, only to discover 11 brilliant brands that are more than deserving of a permanent place in our wardrobes…

Miss Pap

With daily drops, Miss Pap is your go-to for dresses, heels and denim inspired by key celeb styles. Check out their most wanted section to bag what bloggers are currently wearing, And keep an eye out for their footwear sale, because shoes for just £10? Say no more.

Nasty Gal

Dubbed the fastest growing e-tailer in America, with a 2.6m Instagram following, Nasty Gal is cool with a capital C. From tops and trousers to shoes and accessories, some items in the new arrivals are just £8(!). Now sure where to start shopping? Have a peek at their ‘Now trending’ section for some outfit inspo.


Smashing the fashion game since 2006, Boohoo have collaborated with celebrities like Gemma Collins and currently, Zendaya. They drop 100s of products daily and regularly have ah-may-zingoffers. Think £1 next day delivery. It’s basically the perfect fix for those searching to satiate your shopping needs.


If you’re looking for on-point style that’s affordable and decent quality, ISAWITFIRST should be your go to. One look at their Instagram feed and you’ll see the host of influencers lining up to wear their co-ords, body suits and mini dresses. Keep an eye on the website as well; last-minute sales and free next day delivery are on offer regularly.

Little Mistress

Look no further for formal yet totally Instagrammable occasionwear. Little Mistress has everything from bridal party dresses to girls night out outfits and black tie gowns, covered. They even have an outlet with party dresses starting from just £8. You’re welcome.

Missy Empire

On top of a vast array of trending collections and an addictive Instagram shop, Missy Empire’s amazing sale section includes bomber jackets, bodysuits, trending tops and more, going for just £5, sometimes even less. We know! Mind-boggling, but you’d better be quick, these definitely won’t last long.


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Owned by H&M, Monki’s scandinavian minimalist style adds a twist of fun and personality to outfits by combining quirky fashion with modern staples. Head straight to the sale section where you can bag items starting at £2. As if we needed another reason to empty our wallets.


In case you didn’t know, Stradivarius is the affordable alternative to sister brand, Zara. Their trend-led pieces rarely go over the £40 price tag, making it perfect for fashionistas on a budget. What more could you want?


Abundant in florals, stripes, prints and colour, Glamorous is ideal for any trendsetter wanting to discover their inner boho babe. Think flowy floral dresses, tie dye tops, frill playsuits and more. And don’t miss their ‘As seen on Insta’ page, which showcases all the key pieces that bloggers love – expect these to sell out quick.

Noisy May

Along with tons of minimalist styles in tops, dresses, jumpsuits and swimwear, Noisy May is a denim addict’s playground. Shop everything from denim lace detailed tops and classic denim dungarees, to split knee trousers and pastel denim jackets, with a price tags that very rarely go beyond £45. Need we say more?

Daisy Street

Expect a whole lot of #girlboss attitude from Daisy Street. Most items are under £40, with dresses from £10 and on-trend over-the-knee boots at £40. We’ve got our eyes set on that rainbow top.

In The Style

A favourite of The Only Way is Essex star Billie Faiers and Made In Chelsea’s Binky Felstead, In The Style are all about pastels, prints and poppin’ silhouettes. With accessories starting from £3.99, there’s always something to tempt – they even have a £5 mystery lucky dip; just pick your clothing size and get excited for your surprise delivery.

Miss Selfridge

We’ve always thought of Miss Selfridge as Topshop’s trendy little sister, but recently it has seriously ‘glowed up’. We love their seasonal edits; think festival fashion, holiday buys and all denim everything. And as if you need another reason to love them, they specialise in petite sizing, which is certainly a big blessing for petite princesses.