Maxi skirts from 303 Avenue

Spring always motivates me to revolutionize, refresh, and reorganize my closet. It is also a perfect occasion to wear the most flattering dresses and walk around the city with a woven basket pretending like I am vacationing in the south of France. For this reason, I want to praise some of the local fashion brands that can cater to the tastes of even the most demanding fashionistas. In the springtime, I pay attention to the quality of the fabric, simplicity of designs, and clothes that I can wear in the countryside or the office.  I would like to introduce you to my favorite Polish brands that can quickly satisfy those demands.


If you are looking for clothes made of silk, cashmere, cotton,  made in France and Italy and designed by the Polish art director, this is your go-to place. 303 Avenue has been offering skirts, dresses, incredibly soft sweaters, and all other staples to its loyal clientele for nine years. It is one of the most beloved fashion brands of the Polish editions of Harpers Bazaar, Elle, Instyle, and Glamour as well as many influencers. I like them for the incredible lightness that I associate with resort fashion and vacations in Capri or some other sunny destinations in the south of Europe.

Jackets and skirts from Blue Shadow


I am always on the hunt for a new blouse. You can say that a long-sleeve top and jeans are my daily work uniform. Last fall, I saw a shirt from o Blue Shadow's collection on one of my favorite Instagram profiles. I would never have guessed it was made and designed in Poland as its bohemian flare reminded me of the designs from various Italian fashion houses. Since then I regularly check all the novelties they post online. I love combining sporty and ultra-feminine pieces in my wardrobe, and this brand just speaks my language. In 2015 they received Anna Fendi's award, and that certainly is one of the most accomplished recognition in the fashion business. Moreover, their prices will not make you squirm, which is quite uncommon among emerging Polish designers.

Trench coat from Elementy


If you are a loyal follower of the aesthetics of COS and Toteme, Elementy is just a brand for you. Found by a street fashion designer and a lawyer, this company reads into the needs of a modern woman. Their designs are simple, sophisticated, and timeless. They believe in transparency of the production process and social responsibility. If fashion sustainability and cost per wear value matter to you, look no further.  This season all  I want to wear are their dresses and trench coats.
I hope you like the clothes of these 3 fashion brands from Poland as much as I do.
Have a stylish spring!

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