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    Updated on Oct 9, 2018. Posted on Oct 31, 2014

    16 Wonderful Swedish Brands You Can Shop Online

    Land of the design geniuses.

    Just an FYI: Although a lot of these brands ship to the United States, we've mentioned U.S.-based retailers where possible. When you have goods imported to the States, they can be subject to local customs/taxes, which might not show up on your original bill. These costs can be hard to predict, and can be $$$, so just keep that in mind when ordering directly from the brand!

    1. & Other Stories

    This is a subsidiary of H&M and they engage a lot of local designers to create collections. But actually, one of their most recent collabs was with Swedish songstress Lykke Li, which is super cool. The prices are a bit higher than H&M — you're looking at stuff in the $50-$100 range.

    2. HOPE

    HOPE is a higher-end chain and it is AWESOME. Yes, it's a bit pricey, but the pieces are super interesting and well-made. You can also buy HOPE at Totokaelo, Steven Alan, and Need Supply Co. Ordering directly through the site: Shipping to the U.S. is about $31 plus whatever import taxes apply.

    3. Mini Rodini

    OK. Have you literally EVER seen a cuter kids' clothing line, EVER? Answer: NO. Also available at Luisaviaroma and Huset.

    4. Rodebjer

    If you are a stylish Stockholm girl, you probably own a couple Rodebjer pieces, or you at least covet them. It's available at Shopbop, Avenue K, and it would seem they've also done a small capsule collection with Madewell.

    5. Klippan

    Klippan is a family-run textile company that was founded in 1879. The table linens and accessories now channel happy, modern Swedish design. Available at Huset.

    6. Dagmar

    This cool label is designed by three sisters (aww). The wares are typically Scandinavian — minimal, edgy, with slight feminine details. Also sold at Net-A-Porter and Shopbop.

    7. Design House Stockholm

    A collective that brings together the brightest minds in Scandinavian design. A lot of these housewares are really quite affordable for beautiful design pieces. You can also find items at Horne and Vertigo Home.

    8. Sandqvist

    This line of bags may be designed by guys and may feel kinda masculine, but they're so classic and adaptable. You can get them online at Asos.

    9. Happy Socks

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    You may have seen Happy Socks already. They've made their way into design-minded boutiques Stateside with their amazingly spirited patterns.

    10. Whyred

    Another cool higher-end Swedish chain, Whyred relies on a typically black and dark-hued color palette. Which is perfect. If you order through the site, it's $28 in shipping (plus customs, if applicable). But you can also get some pieces on Farfetch.

    11. Sagaform

    Elegant, sweet, and minimalist homewares. Also available at Designs of Sweden and Huset.

    12. Swedish Hasbeens

    This venerable maker of clogs are straight out of the 1970s, and they're kind of perfect. They're definitely popular among fashiony ladies, and therefore available all over the States.

    13. Filippa K

    Filippa K is a standard among Swedish ladies and there are stores all over Sweden. Sadly, it's pretty tough to find Stateside, but you can find selected pieces on Yoox.

    14. Acne

    Acne: A horrible teenage affliction. Also one of the most famous of Swedish labels. BECAUSE IT IS THE BOMB. It is also horrendously expensive. Like, crazy expensive. But it's available all over the U.S. So, when you win the lottery, you can buy all the edgy clothings you like.

    15. Koloni Stockholm

    Koloni Stockholm's collection of mugs, tea towels, and home accessories get right to the heart of Swedish nostalgia. The prints feel slightly '60s-ish in tone, but are totally adaptable to the most Pinteresty of homes. Available at Scandinavian Design Center where shipping to U.S. starts at $19 (and some additional fees may apply).

    16. Cheap Monday

    Cheap Monday isn't quite "cheap," but it's not as expensive as Acne. The designs are more mainstream examples of Swedish aesthetics with androgynous-style blouses and basics, plus loosely silhouetted dresses and coats. Available at Asos, Shopbop, and Revolve Clothing.