April 24, 2020 at 06:00AM
Revolve is a one-stop shop for most fashion lovers of the world, but if you don’t know what you’re doing or what you’re looking for, it can be quite overwhelming. That’s where I come in. As someone who has been shopping at (and working with) Revolve for quite some time, I can confidently say I know a thing or two about the best ways to navigate the plethora of products available. My biggest strategy? Shop by brand, not by category.
Yes, Revolve stocks some of the biggest name brands in the industry, but it’s the in-house brands that I am drawn to the most when I head to the site. Ahead, I’m going to highlight five of the best Revolve brands (in my humble opinion), shop out the pieces I’m eyeing from each, and explain what it is I love so much about them. Whether you head to Revolve for party pieces, cute summer dresses, or statement trousers, the selection of goods ahead will have your online shopping carts fuller than they’ve been in a while.
L’Academie has everything from the trends you’re looking for to the wardrobe staples you’ve been looking to invest in. In my opinion, it’s the most “grown-up” of all the in-house Revolve brands, and this green suit ahead proves exactly that.
Majorelle is a special one to me, as the founder, Rachel Zeilic, is also a member of our Who What Wear team. The pieces are dreamy, easy to wear, and very Instagrammable. Within this brand, you can find the perfect minidresses, cool tops to wear with jeans, and everything you’d ever need to complete a stylish, beachy vacation wardrobe.
LPA is probably everyone’s favorite Revolve brand, and it’s clear why. It caters to the party girl, the traveling girl, and everyone in between. Personally, I love the flirty dresses, but this baby blue short set is what I really have my heart set on at the moment.
Affordable shoes are my weakness, and I’m sure I’m not alone. Raye creates the shoes that will not just finish off your look—they will complete it. I’m always drawn to the colorful croc shoes the brand has been churning out, in addition to the prominent naked shoe vibes.
This is the brand I always click into when I’m heading to Vegas (which is rare but still happens), to a festive night-out birthday, and so on and so forth. While the pieces are definitely a bit more on the wild side of the spectrum, each still reads fashion girl rather than tacky, which I find to be a really fine line when it comes to party attire.
Author Lauren Eggertsen | Whowhatwear
Selected by CWC