The 60 Best Online Shopping Sites to Buy From

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Shopping online can mean wading through endless Google Shopping results, or scrolling through old-faithfuls like Zara, without knowing where else to turn. To help you fulfill all your shopping wants (needs?) this season, we've created the definitive list of the best online shopping destinations to visit right now, from fashion and beauty to lifestyle and home decor.

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Orchard Mile

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In the digital age, we want to feel like our online shopping selection is as comprehensive as a full boutique—without actually having to, you know, go there. That's where Orchard Mile got its inspiration: It strives to offer an in-store experience by offering full collections from designers like Oscar de la Renta and Alexander Wang.

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MatchesFashion.com

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Giving sites like Moda Operandi and Net-a-Porter a run for their money, MatchesFashion.com is one of the newer luxury vendors hopping on the online venue. Shop the latest and greatest from brands like Dolce & Gabbana or Gucci through its user-friendly site and even request on-demand customer service from its 24/7 shopping aide MyStylist.

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Net-a-Porter

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Considered the ultimate online shopping destination, Net-a-Porter never fails to deliver. With a unique watch-as-they-buy feature that allows you to see items being bought in real time and a wedding section that offers anything and everything bridal, the website has also branched out to include beauty, adding model Miranda Kerr's beauty line Kora Organics to its well-rounded beauty section.

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Garmentory

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Garmentory is one of the best one-stop shops for emerging brands and indie labels that you may start to see all over your Instagram (like Ilahna Kohn) or already know and love (Samantha Pleet or Rachel Comey, anyone?). Shop by category or click the "boutiques" button for a bio and run-down on all the brands you'll find on the site.

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The Outnet

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UK-based shopping mecca The Outnet was launched by the Net-a-Porter group in 2009 to showcase the works of up-and-coming designers as well as major runway designers. With over 250 brands to shop from, the biggest draw is the sale prices on designer goodies (often at least 40 percent off) that inspire buying sprees on hot ticket items.

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Shopbop

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No matter if you're on the hunt for casual daywear or formal frocks, Shopbop curates mod designs ranging from bohemian Free People to glam J.Mendel. And, like a fashion magazine, you'll find trend-report-like boutiques on the site for pieces that have an editor-approved flair. With Shopbop loaded on your browser, your days of being closet clueless are over.

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Moda Operandi

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How do you get your paws on runway pieces before the rest of the stylish set? Here's the secret: log on to Moda Operandi. The online retailer lets you pre-order looks straight from the runway via a trunkshow that—warning!—is only available for a limited time. The super luxe site has also launched a boutique, where items will be available to purchase year-round.

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Ban.do

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Ban.do has become famous for putting a certain playful style back on the map: for one, it's made us all nostalgic for the glittery, brightly-colored, overtly girly stationary of our youth. Here, you can shop their cult-favorite agendas, feel-good accessories, cute houseware, tech accessories, and slogan tees.

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Farfetch

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If you've got an appetite for off-the-runway designs but not the budget to support your expensive taste, Farfetch will be your holy grail shopping guide. The site mines the latest from your favorite luxury brands and independent designers, plus incredible sale prices on off-season goods.

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Lisa Says Gah

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The best kind of indie shop is one that puts a curated selection of the best under-the-radar products all in one place, which is Lisa Says Gah in a nutshell. Everything you'll find here is very of-the-moment, from ethically sourced cotton undies to chic accessories and trendy woven bags.

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Stylebop

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Not only does this beautifully constructed website offer designer buys for men and women, it provides beautiful fashion editorials and a beauty section. Plus, the extra large images make this a haven for Pinterest and Tumblr lovers.

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Spring

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With more than 1,000 brands to choose from, Spring is a dangerous shopping source for nights when you're home alone with a credit card and a cart waiting to be filled. The intuitive interface lets you shop a bevy of big and small names (from Urban Outfitters to luxury labels) in fashion, beauty, and lifestyle categories and makes it easy to keyword search for exactly what you want.

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Opening Ceremony

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Started as a quaint brick and mortar in New York, Opening Ceremony is now an international shopping phenomenon that designs and carries unconventional attire. In additional to its own wonderfully off-the-wall fashions, OC likes to team up with big names like Yoko Ono and Chloë Sevigny to create limited-edition capsule collections.

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Bona Drag

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Expect to find an eclectic mix of clothing and accessories at Bona Drag, where indie and established brands mix to ensure that whatever you buy, your friends won't be sporting the same pieces.

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Need Supply

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The California e-tailer just launched its first collection called NEED, which will piggyback off of the minimal aesthetic of the site with wide leg trousers and kimono-like jackets, among other items. The store houses cult favorites like Rachel Comey and Brother Vellies, but also delivers the chicest of accessories from more affordable brands and little-known designers.

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Totokaelo

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Based in Seattle, this beautifully edited clothing store prides itself on selecting minimalist looks with maximum impact. Scroll over to this site when you're in a particularly creative mood or searching for something chic to update your wardrobe, from Maison Margiela to Dries van Noten. And be sure to check out the store's home décor site, Totokaelo Art—Object, to find minimal, sculptural home accents.

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LUISAVIAROMA

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Not only does Luisaviaroma boast items from luxury labels such as Nina Ricci, Balmain, and Saint Laurent, it also makes your shopping experience extra-enticing with fun slideshows, flashy GIFs, and videos. Not to mention that it offers products for men, women, and kids.

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Browns

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Although the physical store (located in London) is tiny, Browns is renowned for its impeccable range of luxury goods. The site offers interviews and behind-the-scenes glimpses of the brands they stock plus a sale section that's *not* to be sneezed at.

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La Garçonne

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This shopping site is exactly what it sounds like: A destination to find tomboyish threads for the androgynous-focused dresser. Bottom line, you won't find pieces with princess-y frills. Instead, you'll come across minimal, modern wares with clean-line cuts, oversized sweaters, and business-savvy button-ups—all created by the big names in fashion. Consider it your go-to shopping destination if your style is downtown New-York or off-duty model.

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Catbird

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Brooklyn-based shop Catbird has taken its stellar selection of eponymous and indie-designed jewelry, along with other fashionable giftables, such as love potions and mermaid hair styling products, to the worldwide web. It's also every New York gal's go-to store for the finest, most delicate gold rings you'll ever find.

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Journelle

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For underpinnings that will make you blush in all the right ways, Journelle supplies lingerie from dozens of luxury brands like La Perla and Fleur du Mal that you can shop by designer and style with results that will make your significant other purr in delight. There's even a sectional for bridal underpinnings and a blog filled with style, music, and travel recommendations.

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Bare Necessities

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If finding flattering skivvies that actually run in your size is your biggest struggle, peruse the fit wonderland Bare Necessities that stocks underwear, shapewear, swimwear, and pajamas that are flattering for any body type, whether you're long and lean or closer to a pear shape. As a bonus? There's also a selection of underwear for men, so you and your partner can both get in on the shopping.

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Land of Nod

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There's no question that your child's bedroom should be the downright most adorable room in the house. The only real head-scratcher is how to roundup the playful furniture to achieve a Pinterest-worthy space. Look no further than The Land of Nod, a Crate & Barrel-associated e-tailer specializing in whimsical abodes for kiddos with pieces whipped up by rotating artists.

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Violet Grey

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A site beloved by beauty editors for its expert curated selection of products and tips (from industry insiders and makeup artists), Violet Grey even knows us well enough to rope off special sections for K-beauty and French apothecary favorites. Come here to find out what your favorite stars like to wear on the regular and what the biggest makeup pros look to for their red carpet looks.

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Rodale's

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It's all too difficult to find reliable natural beauty products and ethically sourced products sometimes, but Rodale's is one of the best markets for everything from RMS' cult color pots to organic cotton tees, kitchenware, and beautiful leather bags sourced from African artisans. Bookmark it for all of your holiday shopping this year.

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Soko Glam

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K-beauty lovers who have trouble finding their favorite products at local retailers: Soko Glam will be your beauty Mecca. This cult-favorite beauty shop houses some of the most popular skin care beauty buys from the Far East, whether they be budget sheet masks, or the famed Clio Waterproof Pen Liner.

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Beautyhabit

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Fragrance junkies, get a whiff of this perfume program. Modern luxe online apothecary, Beautyhabit, boasts a $15 "Try Before You Buy" system that lets you spritz a trio of your chosen scents to see if they blend well with your body's natural chemical makeup, before investing in a larger-sized bottle. Each will come with a $10 coupon to use toward your final purchase. If eau de toilettes aren't your thing, the e-shop also supplies free samples of other cosmetics with every purchase, automatically.

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Follain

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For those who think "the less unfamiliar ingredients, the better" Follain's focus on natural beauty makes it the first stop shop for niche natural beauty items like natural deodorants and is the best way to discover under-the-radar indie brands.

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Sephora

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Logging on to this mega makeup site will make you feel like you landed in a beauty wonderland. Selecting the products that are right for you is easy with the site's in-depth details section that lists ingredients plus the star-rating system powered by hundreds of customer reviews.

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Ulta

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Another massive makeup site with beauty options for days is Ulta. Although there aren't as many physical store locations as your average Sephora, the e-tailer highlights drugstore buys as well as established beauty mega brands like Clinique and Stila, so you can shop a range of price points.

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