Shop Your Facebook Feed!

Ever noticed glossy campaign shots and images of gorgeous clothes popping up between the usual humdrum posts on your Facebook feed? Us too, and its opened up a whole new world of retail therapy. We’ve discovered a load of cool new labels by scrolling through Facebook. Take online boutique SilkFred, which racked up more than 200k page likes in less than a year – it now has almost 430k – and is loved by Ashley James and bloggers galore. “When we get a hundred likes per hour on a Facebook post, we know we have a good product”, Head of PR Laura Hartshorne told us. “Two dresses sold out in less than a day after we posted them on Facebook.” As well as SilkFred, Olive Clothing and Nobody’s Child are the other Facebook faves that have caught our eye recently – we’re blaming it on Olive’s luxe outfit #flatlays and Nobody’s Child’s holiday-ready garms. Here’s what to buy from all three now. Be warned: online shopping just got a whole lot easier…and more dangerous!

SilkFred

An edit of the best up and coming brands – plus a few you probably know and love already – SilkFred is the place to find standout buys you won’t see everyone else wearing. Print fans will love Dancing Leopard and Marek & Mason, Never Fully Dressed is a frock lovers dream and Elsie & Fred and Rock On Ruby have some seriously cool cover-ups. Trust us, everyone will be asking “Where did you get that?”



 

Bag, £42, Jezzelle

Maxi dress, £95, Marek & Mason

Dungaree dress, £40, Glamorous



Leather jacket, £95, Elsie & Fred

Sandals, £11.95, Spy Love Buy

Olive Clothing

Cheltenham-based boutique Olive is a little bit cool girl, a little bit French girl, a little bit preppy and a little bit edgy. Basically all the good things rolled into one. There’s basics – Breton tees, smock dresses, denim – and standout hero buys – luxe leather jackets, embroidered bombers, tasselled skirts, glove shoes and lace midis. To say we’ve got a shopping list as long as our arm is an understatement.



Yellow floral dress, £55

Arizona tee, £26



Tassel skirt, £39

Bomber, £69

Nobody’s Child

Ethical fast fashion is the Nobody’s Child manifesto, meaning purse-friendly buys that don’t compromise on standards. A quick scout of the ‘New In’ section shows all the major trends are ticked, from slip dresses and bombers to bardot necklines and gingham print. Whether you want a slinky going out outfit or off-duty wonder buy, you’ll find it here…



Rust polka dot dress, £22

Gingham top, £14



Palm print dress, £22

Floral wrap dress, £28