8 Brands You’ll Love Just as Much as Mango

Yes, there are other options.

Last Updated on April 19, 2023

I’ve got huge love for Mango, but sometimes I have to remind myself that other brands do exist.

It might be chic and affordable, but it’s worth broadening your horizons to include other fashion labels other than Mango. If you don’t look you’ll never find, or so the saying goes.

As someone who adores high street fashion, I know how easy it can be to just stick to one brand. If the cuts and designs suit you, why change it up?

Models posing for Mango

I do like to look around before making a purchase however, to ensure I’m getting not only the best deal, but the best buy too.

You’d think basics like denim, t-shirts and roll necks would be easy to find, but there’s a wide variety from one brand to the next and it’s probably down to the shape of your body.

I recommend trying pieces on to ensure the best possible fit. Even wear them around the house for a few hours to get a real feel for the items and ensure they work for your body.

So if you’re in the market for switching it up, here are eight brands I love just as much as Mango. Go on, give them a chance.

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Baum und Pferdgarten

If you haven’t heard of them before, you’ll have seen their iconic designs on your favourite influencers.

The brand is a little pricier than Mango, but worth every penny.


Mahina Shirt from Baum und Pferdgarten

Mahina Shirt, £219, Baum und Pferdgarten – buy now

Mallorie Top from Baum und Pferdgarten

Mallorie Top, £159, Baum und Pferdgarten – buy now

Sacha Skirt from Baum und Pferdgarten

Sacha Skirt, £159, Baum und Pferdgarten – buy now


Ok, ok, you know this one – but if you don’t shop at Zara, you’re missing a trick.

Both Mango and Zara originate from Spain, so if you love the former’s Spanish style, you’ll love Zara too.


Striped Linen Blend Dress With Cut-Out Detail from Zara

Striped Linen Blend Dress With Cut-Out Detail, £32.99, Zara – buy now

Contrast Knit Textured Skirt from Zara

Contrast Knit Textured Skirt, £29.99, Zara – buy now

Jute Tote Bag from Zara

Jute Tote Bag,  £29.99, Zara – buy now


Another high street hero for very good reason, H&M isn’t dissimilar to Mango.

Where it does differ is the price point of H&M, which is much lower than the Spanish label. Keep an eye on their sales for even for affordable prices.


Oversized maxi dress from H&M

Oversized maxi dress, £29.99, H&M – buy now

Large straw shopper from H&M

Large straw shopper, £17.99, H&M – buy now

Linen-blend shirt in Light beige from H&M

Linen-blend shirt in Light beige, £24.99, H&M – buy now

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Mango and & Other Stories could be sisters.

The Scandi brand’s feminine yet classic designs can please even the pickiest of shoppers – and their denim is ridiculously good.


Broderie Anglaise Puff Sleeve Blouse in White from & Other Stories

Broderie Anglaise Puff Sleeve Blouse in White, £55, & Other Stories – buy now

Linen Diagonal Wrap Dress in Light Blue from & Other Stories

Linen Diagonal Wrap Dress in Light Blue, £75, & Other Stories – buy now

Linen Wide-Cut Trousers in Light Beige from & Other Stories

Linen Wide-Cut Trousers in Light Beige, £75, & Other Stories – buy now


Reformation is a sustainable label that Mango shoppers will adore.

You may have to shell out a little more than the high street brand, but you’re getting bucketloads back in value.

The pieces are timeless, versatile but never boring.


Prudence Knit Dress in Flint from Reformation

Prudence Knit Dress in Flint, £168, Reformation – buy now

Britton Knit Top in Ivory from Reformation

Britton Knit Top in Ivory, £65, Reformation – buy now

Ezra Cotton Knit Mini Dress in Gossamer from Reformation

Ezra Cotton Knit Mini Dress in Gossamer, £295, Reformation – buy now

Massimo Dutti

Zara’s more sophisticated big sister, Massimo Dutti offers elegant pieces to last a lifetime.

From LBDs to classic outerwear, if you’re looking for somewhere that can help you create a capsule wardrobe, the search is up.


Asymmetric Waffle-Knit Dress from Massimo Dutti

Asymmetric Waffle-Knit Dress, £129, Massimo Dutti – buy now

Wide-Leg Waffle-Knit Linen Blend Trousers from Massimo Dutti

Wide-Leg Waffle-Knit Linen Blend Trousers, £99.95, Massimo Dutti – buy now

Linen Blend Midi Skirt With Slits from Massimo Dutti

Linen Blend Midi Skirt With Slits, £89.95, Massimo Dutti – buy now

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Level up your wardrobe with the help of COS.

The Scandi brand designs beautifully cut, forever pieces. Best of all, they’re fantastic quality.


Checked Double-Breasted Blazer from COS

Checked Double-Breasted Blazer, £190, COS – buy now

Swirl-Print Satin Midi Dress from COS

Swirl-Print Satin Midi Dress, £89, COS – buy now

Wide-Leg Tailored Linen Trousers from COS

Wide-Leg Tailored Linen Trousers, £69, COS – buy now

READ MORE: Everything You Need to Know About Mango’s Sizing


When it comes to shopping, you should be buying to last.

We all love trends, but there are some garments you just need, such as denim, tees, decent shoes and coats.

Arket has it all. Dependable, stylish and good quality, you’d be hard pressed to find another brand that does it better.


Linen Blouse from Arket

Linen Blouse, £69, Arket – buy now

Cut-Out Lyocell Dress from Arket

Cut-Out Lyocell Dress, £79, Arket – buy now

Leather-Detailed Straw Tote from Arket

Leather-Detailed Straw Tote, £139, Arket – buy now