Danish clothing is known for its minimalist style and casual look and feel. Although the Danes also like to create remarkable prints with lots of colour – which makes it easy to create refreshing looks. Mostly made from beautiful fabrics and good quality materials which makes these labels a pleasure to wear. We’ll introduce you to these Denmark-based labels, which are worth checking out.
Baum und Pferdgarten
Baum und Pferdgarten is the right place for cool prints. From lavish floral prints to leopard designs, stripes and checks in striking colors, you will all find it here.
The Danish clothing brand Gestuz was founded in 2008 by Sanne Sehested and designs items with an exciting mix of modesty and relaxed chic. Which results in true eye-catchers with an edgy touch.
At Ganni the focus is on playful and quirky designs. They do not participate in trends and simply choose what they consider to be fashion. The place to be for women who love style with a wink.
Won Hundred is an out of the box fashion label with unique prints and items that you won’t find anywhere else.
At Stine Goya you will find a mix of classic and romantic prints, in which every item is provided with a qualitative finish. It is pricey, but then you also have a showpiece in your hands.
Up to date with the latest trends, and affordable. You can shop well at YAS with a good collection of blouses and dresses.
A special brand with soul and personality. Nümph‘s garments have a tough look with a feminine touch. This makes them suitable for both an everyday outfit and a special occasion.
Just Female is typically Danish: classic and minimalist, but also cool prints and distinct designs. The pieces are suitable for daytime wear or chic to wear to a party.
This underrated clothing brand from Denmark deserves way more attention. Mads Nørgaard takes the classics of every season as the starting point for their designs. The philosophy behind each collection is that timeless items never be lost, even if fashion changes so quickly.
Samsoe & Samsoe
Separate details mixed with graphic prints provide a bold look, and make Samsoe & Samsoe a modern label. A Danish brand we love.
This Danish label was founded in 2002 and is inspired by streetwise items and 90s pieces. Wood Wood is a must for clean sweaters, hoodies and shirts.
Scandinavian it girls (we name Pernille Teisbaek and Celine Aagaard) are big fans of this brand, and that’s for good reason. Designers Remix offers stylish, high-quality designs.
This brand was founded in the 1990s by the brothers Teis and Bjorn Bruun. Since then the label has been known worldwide. The collections of Bruuns Bazaar are as you would expect from a Danish brand: timeless and of good quality.
Mos Mosh is known for the jeans with raw details and a good fit. Definitely a nice Scandi brand to add to your go-to list.
The Lovechild 1979 collections are known for their urban chic style and feminine silhouettes. For a festive occasion, the lavish flower dresses and blouses are a great option, but you can also look fashionable in the oversized collar during an off-day.
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