This influencer-approved brand is the secret to elevated summer attire

And it’s now available in the UK

woman wearing pieces from the Maksu new in page
(Image credit: Maksu)

If you’ve been on the hunt for the perfect statement pieces to add to your summer wardrobe, allow me to introduce you to contemporary womenswear brand Masku. With a brand founder of Turkish roots and pieces designed in-house in Madrid, you’ll find plenty of Mediterranean influence woven throughout each Maksu piece.

It’s a firm favourite of some of team MC’s favourite influencers - Lisa Ing Marinelli, Monikh and Jessie Bush to name a few - and now the brand is *finally* available to shop in the UK, I rushed to the new-in section and prepared to fill my basket.

As a shopping editor keen to upgrade my summer wardrobe, I’m looking for versatile pieces I can wear to the office and on holiday - from dresses and shorts to sandals - and here Maksu definitely delivers. Whether it’s through joyful colours or intricate prints and textures, the brand effortlessly nails elevated summer attire, complete with luxury fabrics for a final expensive-feeling touch. I was genuinely surprised to see that prices only go up to around £450 on the website.

After even more of a great deal? The summer sales have officially arrived, and Maksu has some brilliantly-priced pieces available ATM, so I’ve included some pieces in the brand’s up-to-40%-off sale too. Whether you’re shopping the brand’s sale or new-in section, get ready to look chic in the heat this summer.

Shop our top Maksu new in pieces

Our top Maksu sale picks

Valeza Bakolli
Junior Shopping Editor

Valeza Bakolli is Marie Claire’s Junior Shopping Editor. She previously worked at BuzzFeed, where she honed her skills in all things shopping - from gift guide curation to being first on the scene to feature the latest fashion and beauty drops. She’s made it her mission to encourage people to shop mindfully and with purpose. That’s why she dedicates hours of her time every day to finding the best products online so you don’t have to - from small and sustainable businesses wherever possible, of course.