10 minimalist accessory brands like Status Anxiety

Up your accessories game with these sleek and simple labels.

After debuting the Status Anxiety brand with just one product, founders Will Sked and Scott Hawkes quickly pushed the accessory label to become an international favourite.

Today the brand sees a huge amount of success thanks to both to its mission statement, which encourages us all to take life a little less seriously, and the sleek, minimalistic designs that reflect this ethos. While the Status Anxiety brand is loved for a reason, we've found a range of similar labels offering classic designs to help you expand your accessories collection.

1. NakedVice

Just like Status Anxiety, Australian boutique accessory label NakedVice has a passion for minimalistic designs and sophisticated style. Both brands offer uncomplicated products that are high quality both in appearance and in design, and that play around with a relatively neutral colour palette. Each label also sits at around the same price point of $50-$300 and offers a similar array of products such as belts, handbags, backpacks and purses.

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2. Oroton

With a strong appreciation for life, Oroton shares in Status Anxiety's ethos, which it reflects through its relaxed and classic wares. Similar to Status Anxiety, Oroton rejects the notion of fast fashion and instead offers products with timeless silhouettes and toned-down hues that will last for season after season.

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3. Saben

New Zealand label Saben is known for its luxurious yet practical handbags and accessories, which offer the same classic crafting and muted tones as Status Anxiety. While you will find some of Saben's accessories in materials such as suede, most of its products are made from premium leather, just like Status Anxiety.

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4. Deadly Ponies

If you're looking for a more upmarket alternative to Status Anxiety, Deadly Ponies is for you. The New Zealand brand specialises in luxury leather goods, including bags and accessories for both women and men. Though Deadly Ponies offers slightly more designer styles with elements such as gold chains and detailing, it also shares the same sleek lines and buttery finishes as Status Anxiety's products. Accessories from Deadly Ponies will set you back quite a bit more though, with bags ranging from around $220-$900 and belts sitting at around the $150 mark.

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5. Mon Purse

With its range of monogrammed accessories, Mon Purse is a slight contrast to Status Anxiety's nonchalant and unassuming demeanour. The label does also offer some brighter hue options for its accessories, though there are plenty of neutral tones throughout the collection as well. While the Mon Purse label is a little more modern than Status Anxiety, both brands deliver high-quality products with sleek silhouettes that will easily become a staple in your wardrobe.

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6. Graine

Melbourne leather bag label Graine is the definition of stripped-back bespoke design. With its incredibly simple line of products, it delivers an even more casual aesthetic than Status Anxiety, making it perfect for day-to-day wear. It also does more than just dismiss the idea of fast fashion. Instead of mass production, Graine's leather artisans make products one at a time, making the label a rewarding and environmentally conscious purchase choice.

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7. Dylan Kain

With a penchant for chain and stud detailing, Dylan Kain is definitely an edgier alternative to Status Anxiety's sleek and classic designs. However, both brands share a love of minimalist silhouettes and high-quality materials, resulting in similar sophisticated and timeless accessories.

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8. The Daily Edited

Similar to Mon Purse, The Daily Edited is known for its personalised accessory designs. But despite the addition of fashion-forward monogramming, the products embrace the same minimalistic demeanour and mild colour palette as the Status Anxiety brand. Both labels also share the same clean-cut lines and high-quality leather finishes, making the products highly sought after.

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9. Wanderers Travel Co.

Luxury leather accessories brand Wanderers Travel Co. shares Status Anxiety's belief that life should be lived to the fullest and it expresses this through its range of travel accessories that are both luxurious and practical. Despite being built for durability, the bags feature the same buttery-smooth leather finish as Status Anxiety's goods. Wanderers Travel Co. does differ from Status Anxiety's sleek nature though, instead offering a more casual look that's perfect for everyday adventures.

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10. ELK

ELK may be better known for its range of ready-to-wear fashion, but its accessories also deserve a look in. Featuring an entire range of leather wallets, handbags, totes, clutches and backpacks, you'll find all the same items here as you would from Status Anxiety. But where Status Anxiety enjoys completely stripped back designs, ELK plays around with patterns and woven detailing to create a unique twist on otherwise minimalist designs.

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