The shopping experience is forever changed thanks to the Internet. Today, a trip plagued with long lines, fitting room sessions and intrusive customer service reps is now defined by a click of your computer mouse. The online shopping experience is not only private, but gains you access to thousands of brands you probably can’t access in your hometown. There are dozens to choose from, but we’ve compiled a list of our favorites.
Flip the page to see if your’s made the list and let us know if we missed any in the comments section!
Are you the Carrie Bradshaw of your group of friends? Then you’ve probably already discovered JustFab.com. Run by Kimora Lee, this shoe haven not only draws from your personal style: it’s super afforable! With free shipping for most purchases and frequent BOGO sales, it’s hard not to spend hours page surfing.
Do you model your wardrobe after Dita Von Teese or Mad Men’s Betty Draper? If the answer is yes, Modcloth should be your first stop for fall shopping. This site specializes in all things retro and vintage including shoes, accessories and even apartment decor.
With over 850 brands to choose from including its own, you could spend an entire day shopping on ASOS. The front page of the site frequently features sale promo codes, making it easier to afford your favorite celebrity’s threads as well.
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Do we even need to explain why we love this site? If you’re cutting edge or looking to be, NastyGal is the spot for you. One look at their seasonal lookbooks and you’ll be ready to spend an entire paycheck on the wildest fashions.
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This member’s only site (it’s FREE to sign up) gives you up to 75% off designer brands and alerts you to new sale events every morning. There’s also free shipping for orders over $100.
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This Amazon creation is fashionista-approved with daily discounts on high-end apparel. The catch? Like its mother site, shoppers have to buy something before time or quantity runs out.
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Rue La La
Like MyHabit, this members only and invitation only (you must be invited by a current member) gives you exclusive access to private boutiques with daily discounts.
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This time sensitive site allows shoppers to browse clothing, home and beauty items and click a “peeq” button to see the discount (up to 70%). From that point, you have an alotted amount of time to buy.
Like JustFab, shoppers take a style quiz and each month, the site creates a customized jewelry collection, which you can buy (the entire collection or just pieces) or pass on until the next month.
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Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are responsible for this custom design site that uses your personal style to create one of a kind fashion t-shirts at $29.99 each.
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We’ve got two words for you: FREE SHIPPING. This site not only caters to your soles, but offers bags and accessories as well.
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Run by chief stylist Rachel Zoe and founded by Kim Kardashian, shoppers take a quick quiz followed by personalized recommendations at affordable prices.
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For just $20 a month, naturalistas will get 5-7 hair products to try and eventually purchase later. It’s also free to cancel at anytime. Subscriptions are currently full, but a waitlist is available on the site.
Rent the Runway
Often called the “Netflix of fashion,” vixens can rent red carpet looks adorned by their favorite celebs. Those who sign up now can get $25 off their first rental!
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This online hub has virtually every name brand for clothing, accessories, beauty and home products AND free shipping/returns.
Ever see a paparazzi shot of your favorite celeb and think, “I wonder where they got that top from?” Singer22 holds the answer. They take style profiles of famous fashionistas and tell you exactly where to get their ensemble.
This site won’t be kind to your wallet, but it is nice to look at ensembles inspired by NYC neighborhoods. There’s also a sale page if you can’t get enough of the high end threads.
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This California based site gives you the full on virtual experience when you create a replica of yourself to try on different styles.
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If you aren’t into trends or what’s “now,” this site will give you access to boutiques across the country.
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Also owned by Amazon, this site has been called one of the best for its excellent customer service and hard to find designer gems.
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