And Just Like That, Everyone I Follow Is Wearing These Magical Dresses

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The lines of minimalist style and avant-garde design rarely cross, but Cecilie Bahnsen has set about changing that. Founded in Denmark in 2014, this Scandi brand has steadily risen through the fashion ranks over the last few seasons, but we're of the opinion that 2021 is going to be its strongest year yet. Consistently the toast of Copenhagen Fashion Week, Cecilie Bahnsen's frothy runway creations continue to make a seamless transition to our Instagram feeds.

Looking at them, it's little wonder the brand's delicate, almost doll-like designs have won the hearts of the fashion elite. Featuring oversized yet simple silhouettes, beautiful embellishments and reach-out-and-touch-me textures, the pieces are akin to what you'd expect to find in a couturier's dressing-up box. Unashamedly extra, but with refined shapes and a borderline-neutral colour palette, the label's dresses, tops, trousers and skirts hold the same appeal for pared-back dressers as they do for those who wish to command the spotlight. As such, it's garnered a somewhat diverse loyal following, from bougie dressers Bettina Looney, Anna Rosa Vitiello and María Bernad to austere trailblazers Débora Rosa and Pernille Teisbaek.

Whatever your outfit penchant, you're definitely going to want to add a piece of Cecilie Bahnsen to your wardrobe. Keep scrolling to see how influencers are wearing their Cecilie Bahnsen buys; then proceed to shop the current collection below.

Influencers Wearing Cecilie Bahnsen

Pernille Teisbaek wears a black dress from the brand.

Bettina Looney and Anna Rosa Vitiello coordinate in their Cecilie Bahnsen dresses.

Editor Donna Wallace accessories her Cecilie Bahnsen dress perfectly with a beaded bag and Converse.

Monikh Dale gives her Cecilie Bahnsen dress an autumnal spin by layering it over a long-sleeve top.

Débora Rosa wears a Cecilie Bahnsen open-back top with black slouchy trousers.

Hannah Lewis pairs her Cecilie Bahnsen top with neutral-hued shorts.

Courtney Trop wears a black, full-skirted dress from the brand.

María Bernad wears a white cotton dress from the brand.

Shop Cecilie Bahnsen

Cecilie Bahnsen Karmen Tie-Back Floral-Jacquard Cloqué Dress (£1180)

Cecilie Bahnsen Jade Tiered Cotton Shirt Dress (£750)

Cecilie Bahnsen Jade Tiered Cotton Shirt Dress (£750)

Cecilie Bahnsen Beth Gathered Matelassé-Organza Maxi Dress (£920)

Cecilie Bahnsen Alexa Floral-Embroidered Matelassé-Organza Dress (£1110)

Cecilie Bahnsen Brynlee Tie-Collar Wool-Blend Sleeveless Sweater (£390)

Cecilie Bahnsen Brooke Floral-Jacquard Blouse (£900)

Cecilie Bahnsen Rosie Tiered Floral-Jacquard Midi Skirt (£1010)

Cecilie Bahnsen Milo Trellis-Collar Cabled Wool-Blend Cardigan (£590)

Cecilie Bahnsen Bennette Floral-Quilted Cotton Midi Dress (£2660)

Cecilie Bahnsen Babett Floral-Jacquard Cloqué Top (£830)

Cecilie Bahnsen Rosie Tiered Floral-Jacquard Midi Skirt (£1010)

Cecilie Bahnsen Edition Primrose Tiered Cotton-Poplin Shirt Dress (£670)

Cecilie Bahnsen Edition Andrea Balloon-Sleeve Organic-Cotton Top (£550)

Cecilie Bahnsen Babett Cloqué Top (£520)

Cecilie Bahnsen Rosemary High-Rise Matelassé Skirt (£780)

Cecilie Bahnsen Edition Esme Tie-Back Tiered Recycled-Faille Dress (£610)

Cecilie Bahnsen Rosa Cropped Cotton-Matelassé Top (£610)

Cecilie Bahnsen Edition Tilde Puff-Sleeved Cloqué Dress (£670)

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