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Truth be told, no matter how much you love your local boutiques (shout out to Britches, Envy and Swank), you might still want to venture out to different styles once in a while; that’s when these E-boutique come in handy. Sure, online shopping can be a pain in the butt sometimes — read: wrong sizes, weird fit, outrageous shipping cost (especially those overseas stores), and those it-looks-way-better-on-the-model-than-me aha-moments.
Nonetheless, when they fit true to size and to the picture online, magic happens. Being an experienced — maybe a little too experienced — online shopper, here are 10 sites that I hold very near and dear to my heart, and I think you will after checking them out, too!
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Gotta start with one of my favs! This store is the epitome of West-Cost-all-things-chic-and-slouchy. If you dig the Olsens style, don’t miss out!
- Nasty Gal
Contrary to the previous store, though also based in the West Coast, Nasty Gal screams edgy and trendy. 30% off all dresses by the way!
A wildly popular store from Chi-twon, AKIRA carries a wide range of super cute dresses that are very affordable at the same time.
This store can get a little bit expensive, depending on your availability of funds; but if you are looking for something sophisticated, that’d be it.
Originated in the U.K., this store carries over 850 labels! It also has a very thoughtful category for each of these size: curve/plus size, petite and maternity.
It’s an understatement to say that this site is God’s gift to women. A daily selection of the latest trends that cost no more than $40? Amen!
If you’ve made it this far down the list, and you’re a guy, here’s a store that you and your girl are guaranteed to love. Brands wise, think: Vans, Reebok, Obey, Goodwood, BB Dakota, Alternative Apparel, HUF, etc.
Looking for an affordable dress for formal, Bid-day, a wedding or simply important occasions? This site’s got you covered without breaking the bank.
If this store had a personality, it’d be free-spirited. ThreadSence supports indie designs, and its manifesto is to merge fashion into music, art and other musings.
Ranging from clothing items and home decor, this site is the perfect spot for those who are head over heels for vintage and retro designs!
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