Shopping online can mean wading through endless Google search results for topics like the best fanny packs or scrolling through old faithfuls like ASOS and Zara every week. There's an online store for just about everything, which can be overwhelming, but we're lucky to live in a world that allows us to order anything with a click of a button. Ahead, we created a definitive list of the best online shopping destinations to help you narrow down the choices. (You can thank us later.) We've hit all the points, from fashion and beauty to lifestyle and home decor, so there is a store on this list for just about everyone. Sit back, relax, and scroll!
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Mejuri specializes in fine jewelry without the hefty prices tag. Its dainty accessories range from diamond necklaces to signet rings to stackable earrings. This brand is a hit with fashion girls and celebrities alike.
The powerhouse retailer specializes in all of your beauty needs, from makeup and skincare to haircare. The product offerings range from high-end to drugstore selections, so you can do all your shopping in one place. We love the pages upon pages of product reviews too, which makes your overall shopping experience easier.
The beloved eyewear brand is known for its fun and functional frames at an affordable price, whether you're looking for prescription glasses or sunnies. Warby even has a virtual try on setting on its website that allows you to play around with some glasses to help you make your decision. On top of that, the brand offers "home try-on" which allows you to select five pairs of glasses to try for five days. (The glasses get shipped to your house for free.)
If you are not satisfied with your current bra brands, give ThirdLove a try. It has gained a cult-like following for making size (and color) inclusive undergarments for women. They even offer half-cup sizes! ThirdLove covers its bases well.
Bohemian lovers rejoice! Anthro is a haven for all of your hipster-free-spirited fashion and home decor needs. (We spent like 30 minutes just browsing through the plant holders section. There are some great options.)
Based in New York City, BaubleBar is the one-stop shop for all of your jewelry needs. They offer trendy styles as well as finer, minimalist pieces. There is something at every price point and in every style.
Mytheresa, which started out as a brick-and-mortar store in Munich, expanded into e-comm in 2006. (And we're grateful for that.) With over 250 international designers, from Valentino, Balenciaga, Miu Miu, and Saint Laurent, the name brands are endless. Plus, if you're looking for how to style your newly bought item, online stylists are available to answer any question you may have.
Founded in 2010, & Other Stories offers clothes and accessories designed in three different areas: Paris, Stockholm, and Los Angeles. The ateliers in each of these locations produce different items imbued with that city's own aesthetics. The stores and online site therefore creates a one-stop destination for fashionable women (no plane ticket required).
For all of my luxury lovers out there looking for a steal, this is your online destination. The RealReal is an online luxury consignment store with retail stores in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. With pages and pages of high-end items ranging from Chanel to Dior, there is something for everyone.
If you're looking for a unique gift, Uncommon Goods is the place to be...and that's all you really need to know.
Originally a site that only sold shoes, Zappos has become a popular online destination for clothing, handbags, accessories, and more.
If you feel like doing something nice without leaving your couch, head on over to Bouqs Co. and pick out a beautiful personalized flower bouquet for your mom/sister/friend/aunt/grandma (the list goes on!). Shipping is available nationwide.
Become a wine connoisseur after perusing through Winc's website, then gift yourself a monthly wine box subscription for nailing the name of that red. It's a win-win.
The only question is what can't you buy on Amazon? The online retail giant has everything a human can possibly need from kitchen items to those Airpods you keep making fun of your friends for owning.
It's bag central at Baggu—the ultimate destination for any type of bag you could want (fanny packs, totes, backpacks, and even reusable ones). They're super affordable too.
You know it, but how often do you really use it? Anything you could possibly want from clothing to sporting goods comes directly from people like you and me that are buying and selling on the site.
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.
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.
UK-based shopping meccawas 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.
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.
Luxury bedding company Brooklinen should be on your radar for three reasons: 1) Its sheets, towels, and blankets are made out of some of the comfiest material on the market 2) Its affordable without sacrificing quality and 3) The co-founders Rich and Vicki are the sweetest people you will ever meet.
When you need an outfit for literally any occasion, ASOS is the first site you should be looking at. The fashion retailer is known to be very size inclusive.
Need a bar stool? A TV? A mirror? New sheets? Wayfair is practically a Target on steroids.
Not only does this beautifully constructedoffer 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.
Genuine People is the indie version of Zara, which is the only reason you should need to start perusing through the site. There's also plenty of under $30 buys you'll want to snag throughout the year.