These Net-a-Porter new in buys come shopping editor approved

Here's everything I have in my basket

woman wearing a bag from the net-a-porter new in section
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Whenever it reaches this time of year, I feel inspired to add to my Spring/Summer capsule wardrobe, and when it comes to timeless investment purchases, the Net-a-Porter new in section is one of the first places I look.

It’s no secret that Net-a-Porter houses some of the most coveted brands, loved by the fashion set - including Toteme, Loewe, La Ligne and Ganni, just to name a few, and there's a brand to satisfy any personal style and budget. 

Personally? I’m on the lookout for the best summer dresses, sandals and shoulder bags to prepare me for the warmer season ahead, and here, Net-a-Porter definitely delivers and thanks to the brand's carefully curated edit, you can rest assured that each purchase is approved by those in the know. Plus, we've selected on-trend pieces with a timeless feel that will ensure they stand the test of time.

If you’re after more of our fashion team’s top new-in picks, don’t forget to check out our roundups of the COS, Arket and H&M new-in offerings. With spring now in full swing, the retailers really are pulling out all the stops, and now is a brilliant time to shop (before they all sell out!). 

But I’m here to talk you through the best Net-a-Porter new in finds - from timeless dresses to chic sandals, keep scrolling to shop this week's best Spring/Summer 2024 buys, as chosen by myself, a Shopping Editor.

Our top Net-a-Porter new in 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.