I fly to Magaluf exactly a month today, my first girls holiday! Despite my mam’s protesting, I can’t contain my excitement but honestly, I’ve not bought a single item of clothing to take with me. I’ve always had a talent for leaving things last minute. With offers, next-day deliveries and easy free returns online shopping seems to be the only way forward.
What you may not know, is there’s a load of Instagram stores that can make it even easier – you can shop when you’re scrolling! Here are my top 5 Instagram stores to get your holiday wardrobe ready.
Pool Party UK
For Pool Party UK, it’s all about swimwear. There’s super-cute slogan swimsuits to suit any mood and any holiday. The best part about it? You can customize swim suits for you and your friends, perfecting the maga squad pic.
KJ Style Boutique
Up the holiday glam factor with KJ Style boutique. Their clothes are all about flaunting your summer bod – with body-cons, cut-out maxis and co-ords for days. Perfect for a classy evening outfit.
Motel Motel Swim
A sub-brand of Motel Rocks, Motel Swim has some of the most amazing bikinis. Trust me, there’s something for every shape and size. From daring cut-outs to vintage style one pieces, you are spoilt for choice on your holiday swimwear.
Sonya Bee Boutique
Sonya Bee’s Boutique will help you keep your holiday look stylish and on-trend without the hefty price tag. There’s tailored pants, draped maxis for holiday parties, and cropped sweatshirts for summer nights. They have only a few key pieces on sale but trust us, you’re going to want them all…
On Instagram here.
Lemon Lunar is at the very top of my list for quality and wow factor. I’ve purchased a few things from here, including my prom dress, and they never fail to impress. They specialise in glam bodycon dresses of all types, including slinky camis, cut-out bandeaus and amazing draped maxis. You can choose dusky colours of golds and burgundies, or juicy orange and yellow bandage dresses. Or go crazy and get them all.
Where is your favourite place to buy holiday clothes?
Research provided by DLM, letterbox distribution company.