Shopping online can mean wading through endless Google Shopping results, or scrolling through old-faithfuls like ASOS and Zara without knowing where else to turn. To help you fulfill all your shopping wants (needs?), 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.
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,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.
Giving sites like Moda Operandi and Net-a-Porter a run for their money,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,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.
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.
Cuyana's known for its minimal, high-quality clothing, bags, and accessories. The site's highly underrated and a great option if you're looking for one brand rather than heading to a major retailer with an overwhelming amount of styles to choose from.
When the tiniest of wonders feel impossible to find, 99 percent of the time Etsy will have it—which makes the website the perfect destination for everything from vintage finds to home decor to personalized jewelry, clothes, and shoes.
Cozy cashmeres? ✓ Comfy knits? ✓ Your new work uniform? ✓ Everlane takes an ethically sourced approach to give you high-quality apparel every minimalist will dream of.
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.
The bohemian clothing line will have you shopping for next season's outfit months in advance, simply because you can't get enough of what's trending in their shop. As the sister brand of Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters, Free People hosts a mixture of exclusive FP products as well as global brands. Did we mention it also has a beauty and wellness shop?
With design envy practically at your fingertips, West Elm is the ultimate destination for your home decor needs—fit for a variety of tastes with the chicest nightstands, rugs, wall art, and more.
If West Elm had a sister, she would be CB2—the modern furniture and home decor company known for its chic collections and collaborations.
Nordstrom has all the clothes, shoes, accessories, and beauty products you could possibly want—both designer and non. Fair warning: you'll likely find yourself cheating on your four-month shopping diet once you land on the site.
How do you get your hands on runway pieces before the rest of the stylish set? Log on to. 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.
has become famous for putting a certain playful style back on the map: 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.
If you have an appetite for off-the-runway designs but not the budget to support your expensive taste,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.
Started as a quaint brick and mortar in New York,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.
The California e-tailer just launched itscollection 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.