5 New Designers On Shopbop To Keep Your Eye On In The New Year

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Every so often, just about all fashion girls find themselves in a self-proclaimed style rut. It's an unfortunate phenomenon, looking into your closet and — despite it being filled to the brim with quality buys — getting that sinking feeling that you simply can't find anything you feel like wearing. While you could make like Mary Kondo and cast off anything that doesn't spark joy, an equally viable solution is searching for a couple new pieces to cultivate some style inspiration. And luckily, a fresh batch of new designers on Shopbop just arrived — so consider the stylish retailer a great place to start.

A new year always brings a host of new designers to try, and 2019 is starting off no differently. Editors have already spotted exciting new names at several of the style set's favorite stores (like Net-a-Porter's newest handbag brands), and it appears that Shopbop is following suit.

A slew of new brands have made their debut in the retailer's Designer Boutique, joining the likes of existing fashion girl favorites Costarellos, Proenza Schouler, Saks Potts, and many more. And if you're finding little inspiration in your existing ensembles, shopping a few stylish new brands may be just what you need to reinvigorate your wardrobe for 2019.

Where to start? Stock up on some chic denim pieces from Shopbop newcomer Colovos, because you'll likely see a rise in Canadian tuxedos this coming season (Hailey Baldwin recently sported the throwback style). The brand's fresh take on denim separates, like this $360 asymmetrical pencil skirt and a $675 two-toned shirtdress, can easily swap in for your well-worn jeans or other over-done outfits for a totally updated look. Clean lines and creative details make Colovos' essential pieces stand out, and serve up exactly the solution for your uninspired attire.

There's plenty more where that came from. Shopbop's offering several other newly-minted brands to behold, covering everything from wedding-ready formal wear — like this gorgeous mint dress by mcgraw — to sweet shoes that'll have you wishing for spring. Peruse the new brands' picks and you'll also find uber-feminine ruffles and bows, beautiful full-sleeved blouses and frocks, and unique handbag shapes to shake up your accessory game.

Snag a couple key pieces from some of the best new designer's Shopbop debuts, below, and stay tuned for more good things from each this year.

Colovos

Colovos Vintage Pencil Skirt

$360

Shopbop

Light-wash denim with an asymmetrical hem give this staple piece a stylish update.

Colovos Belted Two-Tone Shirtdress

$675

Shopbop

Despite being a single piece, this two-toned shirtdress gives off Canadian tuxedo vibes.

mcgraw

mcgraw Chandelier Dress

$1,195

Shopbop

A plunging v-neck, feminine ruffles, and a contrasting velvet belt make this dress ideal for a wedding or celebration.

mcgraw Suzette Jumpsuit

$715

Shopbop

A jumpsuit can be just as elegant and feminine as a dress — case in point, mcgraw's black and ivory jumpsuit with a v-neck and full sleeve.

Silvia Tcherassi

Silvia Tcherassi Miosotis Dress

$980

Shopbop

Full sleeves and an oversized bow provide a flirty, feminine charm, while the mustard hue makes this dress feel unexpected and fresh.

Silvia Tcherassi Lotto Blouse

$720

Shopbop

Florals aren't exactly groundbreaking, but thanks to blown-up, larger than life flowers on this printed silk blouse, it still feels incredibly unique.

Polly Plume

Polly Plume Bonnie Bow Mary Jane Flat

$374

Shopbop

Polka dots are forever a classic, especially when rendered in black and white mary janes.

Polly Plume Lola Bow Slide

$301

Shopbop

An oversized bow gives this red and white polka dot slide tons of whimsy and charm.

Pop & Suki

Pop & Suki Box Bag

$275

Shophop

Pale pink leather and a prim top handle give this handbag a feminine vibe, while the shape and leather luggage tag provide a utilitarian slant.

Pop & Suki Takeout Bag with Chain Strap

$285

Shopbop

Unexpected bag shapes are ideal for shaking up your accessory game — this one looks like a black leather wrapped takeout box.