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42 Best Online Fashion Stores: From Luxury to Affordable

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In recent years, online fashion stores have gone mainstream. Some people have completely switched over to buying everything online and prefer to get their fashion delivered to them rather than going out to get it. This marketplace seems to be growing on a daily basis and there is always a new store vying for your attention. But it can be time consuming and tiring to wade through all of them. So, to help you out, we curated a list of our current, yet ever-changing, favorites. Behold the 21 best online fashion stores, handpicked and highly recommended by our editors.

-Designer for Less-

1. Yoox

Remember that skirt from three seasons ago that you wanted, but never managed to scoop up? If you still love it, odds are it’s on Yoox. This extensive inventory of luxury goods from every designer you can think of is a gold mine. It requires some digging, and tons of patience, but the finds are real and the prices are almost too good to be true.

2. Barneys Warehouse

Once upon a time, Barney’s Warehouse sales were sacred events in New York and LA, where designer deals could be had for a fraction of the price – albeit with a bit of pushing and shoving. Nowadays, the store has pulled back from physical sales in favor of a year-round online fashion store, where you can shop past season designer duds for cheap, and from the comfort of your couch. Sure, it’s all final sale which is risky, but Lanvin at less than half the price is worth it.

3. Saks OFF Fifth

The sister company to its NYC 5th avenue counterpart, Saks Off Fifth is a one-stop shop for designer clothing, footwear, accessories, jewelry, and even home goods.  From decorative accents to linens, Saks Off Fifth has home accessories for every room in your home.  Some of the designer you can find here include Balenciaga, Burberry, CHI, DKNY, and Hugo Boss.

4. Century21

From casual dresses and jeans to full on formal attire, Century 21 has designer brand clothing to fit any occasion.  The site boasts designers such as Armani, Versace, Brain Atwood, Bvlgari, and many more.  Not just for women’s fashion, the store offers a wide selection of men’s attire including footwear and accessories to create the complete look.

5. Last Call by Neiman Marcus

A division of Neiman Marcus, Last Call is the perfect store to find deals on the items that you can expect to find in your Neiman Marcus store.  The site opens up with the most current deals and discounts and then allows you to navigate the site by searching designer, contemporary, or artful expressions.  Some of the designers you can expect to find deals on include Alexander Wang, Gucci, Valentino, Manolo Blahnik, and many more.

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6. Outnet

Net-a-Porter’s cheaper, discounted sister takes goods from its full price sibling and creates a shopping experience that feels current, even if the clothes technically aren’t. Deals on past season merch are plentiful, but it doesn’t feel like you’re scrounging the bargain basement. The site is well edited and manages to maintain a luxurious feel despite the discounts.

7. Net-a-Porter

Net-a-Porter was the first major luxury retailer online and they’ve paved the way for how other online e-commerce shops are structured. Combining inspiring editorial (and their own magazine!) with a tightly edited collection of clothing from both well-known and up-and-coming designers, Net-a-Porter is a one-stop shop for all your luxury brand needs. Oh, did we mention their customer service and shopping experience is one of the best on the web?

8. Moda Operandi

One of the biggest frustrations with following runway shows is that they’re presented a whole 6 months prior to the clothing hitting stores. On top of that, not every item from the show will be produced, or if it is it’s not always in the same way. But what if you want look 22 exactly as it came down the runway? Enter Moda Operandi. The site allows you to pre-order runway pieces hours after they’re shown, guaranteeing you’ll have your favorite pieces hanging in your closet once the new season rolls in. But if pre-ordering isn’t your thing, Moda Operandi also has a fashion-forward, trend-driven and excellently curated boutique that you can purchase from immediately.

9. SSense

SSense is Net-a-Porter’s edgier Canadian cousin. They like their fashion a little darker, a little sharper, but no less cool (or expensive). Boasting designer wares from alternative staples Rick Owens, Acne Studios, and Isabel Marant, alongside newbies like Dion Lee and KTZ, SSense won’t let you down. The only thing? Return shipping to Canada can be a bit of a downer.

10. RealReal

Combine the thrill of a vintage shop with the joy of online shopping and you get the Real Real. The boutique curates used designer clothing and sells them online for a fraction of the price. The selection is impressive: everything from Chanel to Dries van Noten and Balenciaga, and the service is impeccable making it a fantastic site overall.

11. COS

COS, a newcomer to the US online fashion store scene, is the older, cooler and much more minimalist sister to trendy fast fashion H&M. Although part of the same parent company, the two couldn’t be more different. COS eschews trends in favor of clean, modern clothing that’ll stand the test of time. From basics to fashion-forward statement pieces, COS is a breath of fresh air in a congested fashion landscape.

12. Need Supply Co.

Need Supply Co. was one of the first indie boutiques to hit the interwebs, back in the day, and today it’s also one of the most successful. Despite the pressure for stores to be everything to everyone, Need Supply has stuck to its guns and its more minimal indie aesthetic. With a mix of indie brands and its own house line, Need Supply has a well assorted selection of clothing, accessories and shoes for both men and women.

13. LN-CC

One of London’s coolest designer boutiques also has an online fashion store, granting the world access to it’s impeccable selection of high fashion clothing from the world’s most interesting designers. Housing brands like Jil Sander and Lanvin alongside Rick Owens and Yang Li, it’s distinctly edgy aesthetic will keep you coming back time and time again.

14. Farfetch

Imagine having indie boutiques worldwide at the tip of your fingertips. With Far Fetch, your dreams become reality! Browse and shop a curated assortment of clothing from all the coolest shops in the world. Think your favorite mainstay designers mixed in with new ones you’ve never heard of, from places like Paris, Croatia and even India. So next time someone asks where you got that skirt, you can be all “oh, it’s this fantastic little indie boutique in Prague”.

15. Shopbop

Shopbop started out as the online version of a small Wisconsin-based boutique, but has since grown to be one of the web’s largest online fashion stores. This is an everything for everyone kind of store, with every designer under the sun in one place. Although finding things is a test of patience (a recent search for black dresses yielded 1,110 results), with their extensive supply of clothing, odds are you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for (and more).

16. FWD by Elise Walker

Shop a curated selection of some of the top designers in the world on FWD by Elise Walker.  You can find the latest trends from some of the most sought after designers including Alexander McQueen, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabana, Emilio PucciFendi, and Givenchy.  You can search by designer, clothing type or select your trends from a variety of look books.

17. Adela Mei

Online shopping is tough enough as it is. But when you’re petite, judging the fit of a garment from a picture of a 5’11” model is practically impossible – you never know what’s going to arrive! Adela Mei curates a selection of fashion-forward contemporary clothing that suits a petite frame, then photographs it on a 5’4” model, so you can better judge how the dress you love fits before it arrives. Aside from ease of shopping, the clothing on the site is well thought-out, modern with a feminine twist.

18. Saks Fifth Avenue

Saks is a classic and its assortment reflects that with luxury staples such as Chloe, Givenchy and Stella McCartney to name a few. But just because it has history, doesn’t mean it’s stodgy. Saks also carries younger and edgier designers including Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler and J.W. Anderson – and they’re constantly adding to their brand assortment. The other thing we love about them? Their excellent customer service reflects how long they’ve been in the biz.

19. Barneys

When it comes to high end, many department stores veer toward the classic. Not Barney’s. The high end retailer is a careful edit of pieces and designers that relate to the store’s overall edgy vibe. You’re guaranteed to find cool pieces from collections, ones that other stores haven’t picked up, as well as of-the-moment accessories and shoes. It’s not your grandma’s department store, but that’s a good thing.

– Mass –

20. Revolve

Revolve is a site for designer women, mens and childrens clothing that offers the added benefit of a price match guarantee, where they will not only match non clearance prices, but will sometimes match competitors clearance prices upon sales managers approval.  The site offers mostly trendy casual wear including rompers, jumpers, jeans, and dresses.

21. Nordstrom

The Nordstrom site is a great way to buy pieces from current designer collections, while also learning what to put together and how to wear unique pieces.  The site functions as both a fashion tutorial as well as a store.  You can shop by type of clothing or by individual designer collection which you can see through runway and fashion shoot photos shown on the site.

22. Zappos

There’s a reason Zappos is so famous: it has a wide assortment of products in a variety of categories, makes shopping incredibly easy, and provides customers with excellent customer service. The shopping experience isn’t glamorous, but it’s clean, efficient and finding what you need is easy with the filters provided.

23. Bloomingdale’s

One of the oldest department stores, Bloomingdale’s is now currently owned by the Macy’s corporation and provides high-end designer luxury brands.  While prices are not discounted, the site does offer multiple sales throughout the year.  Some of the popular designers that can be found on the Bloomingdale site include Ralph Lauren, Aidan Mattox, and Elie Tahari.

24. Lord & Taylor

Part of the original Hudson Bay Company, Lord and Taylor is the oldest luxury department store still operating in the United States.  You can find all the designer brands and latest trends for women, men, and children as well as a variety of brand name accessories.  Some of the well-known brands that can be found at Lord and Taylor include Calvin Klein, Halston, Cynthia Rowley, Karl Lagerfeld, and Kenneth Cole.

– Flash Sale Sites-

25. Gilt

Gilt is an online lifestyle shopping site that came to life back in 2007 to help bring the luxury of designer fashion to those who can not pay designer prices.  The site is easy to use and allows you to shop by a number of categories as well as allowing you to get a sneak peek of upcoming sales events.  The store carries designers including Diesel, Prada, Stella McCartney, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Cole Hann all for prices as low as 90% off retail.

26. RueLaLa

Whether you are shopping for menswomens, or childrens, fashion or simply looking for something for your home, RueLaLa provides discounts of up to 70% after free membership sign-up.  The site is easy to navigate to find your desired item and offers a wide range of popular brands and designers including Adelyn Rae, Tom Ford, Big Sur, Catherine Malandrino, and OXO all at deeply discounted prices.

27. HauteLook

Hautelook is a members-only designer brand shop that offers up to 75% offer retail pricing.  Part of the Nordstrom family, Hautelook has everything from makeup, to leather handbags, to casual shoes, to children’s printed P.J.s.  The sites design makes it easy to shop by sales, category and the flash sales to help members get the best deals and keep them engaging with the site.

28. Zulily

Zulily offers great deals on stylish trends on women’s clothing, accessories, household linens, and children’s clothing.  The site is easy to navigate and is a great place to pick up not only some of the latest trends in women’s fashion but also a great stop for some of the kid’s most popular brands such as Disney, Star Wars, and OshKosh B’gosh all at easy to manage prices.

29. PickYourPlum

Pickyourplum is a site for unique, trendy, and personalized items including apparel, home goods, crafts, gifts, jewelry, and keepsakes.  All items on the site are offered at discounted rates of 30 to 50% and site coupons are also available to save even more off the already low price.  While the prices may be low, many of the products are unique and don’t reflect their cheaper price tag.

– Affordable –

30. ASOS

ASOS started out as a celebrity-inspired fashion site but has since expanded to be one of the biggest international retailers of fast fashion. It’s a veritable machine, churning out hundreds of new styles weekly, all of them trendy and of-the-moment. Looking for pool slides? They’ve got dozens. Kimonos for Coachella? Check. But aside from the trendy fare, ASOS also has dedicated products for special sizes including petite, tall and curvy – meaning there’s something for everyone. Ready to spend hours browsing? Don’t worry, time flies when you’re having fun!

31. Boohoo

Bohoo is a site for menswomens, and childrens fashion that is currently on trend at discounted or sale prices.  Instead of price reductions on individual items, the site often provides savings by discounting everything on the site,  While the site has the standard store template and navigation, it is unique in its inspire me section which provides articles and fashion tips to help keep you in style and on trend.

32. Lulu’s

Lulu’s carries trendy clothes and styles representing fashion from all over the globe.  Styles on the site focus on trends for teens, juniors, and young adults and include a wide range of fashion options including, casual wear, dresses, accessories, lingerie, and swimwear.  While the appearance of the site is a fairly standard web store, the clothes are in style, on trend, and priced to sell.

33. LoveCulture

LoveCulture is the shop for the latest trends in teen, junior, and women’s apparel at prices you can afford.  The site offers everything from rompers, to fashionable tees, to swimwear.  While the focus of the site is not on designer names, the styles are on trend.  For some great prices, the style steal section is the perfect spot to find trendy pieces for less.

34. Angl

Angl is a California store known for its trendy outfits and club attire.  The site is easy to navigate with the ability to shop by type of clothing or style of attire.  Instead of offering discounts on individual items, the store offers site wide discounts and coupons for additional savings.  The style of clothes trends younger and includes a wide array from bodysuits, to rompers, to evening wear.

35. fashionNova

If you are looking for fashion for the club scene or simply looking for that trendy fashion look, fashionNova has the brands you’re seeking.  The styles are unique, figure flattering, and can prepare you for a night on the town in an instance.  The store uses unique club and nightlife based names to distinguish each outfit and even offers a plus size section for the more curvy female figure.

36. Showpo

Showpo is an Australian based fashion company that features women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories, that are casual and trendy,  The store offers a variety of size levels and allows you to easily shop with in your size range instead of trying to find your size in particular items.  The style of the site trends to young and flirty with many rompers, jumpers, dresses, and body suits.

37. Uniqlo

Based in Japan, Uniqlo operates as a fashion casual wear designer, manufacturer, and distributor.  The store offers trending fashion for men, women, and children, as well as footwear and accessories.  The fashion available is stylish, on trend, and available at prices 30 to 50% below standard retail prices for similar items.  The store also offers weekly promotions to provide additional savings as well.

38. Tobi

Tobi is a site for women’s fashion.  They provide fashion for the beach, everyday wear, and even nightlife attire.  The site allows you to shop by occasion, piece type, or by designer options.  Some of the designers available at Tobi include Chinese Laundry, Rolla, Dolce Vita, rehab, and Finders Keepers.  You can shop the sale section to find great pieces for under $10.

39. Target

Target is a one stop shop for everything from home goods to groceries, fashion to shampoo, and it does everything with a stylish touch that belies it’s inexpensive prices. On the fashion side, it’s the designer collaborations with the industry’s biggest names that have us coming back for more. The latest was Altuzarra, whose feminine, tailored pieces are generating huge buzz. Shopping for fashions online means you can avoid the in-store craziness, just hope it isn’t so crazy that it crashes the store!

40. Zara

Oh Zara, Zara, Zara. It’s so hard to quit you. Zara has its fingers on the pulse of all the hottest runway trends, expertly recreating them before some designers have even had the chance to produce them themselves. With well made pieces at a fraction of the price of the designer originals, it’s easy to scoop up a piece, (or two or three), to get your designer kick without the buyers remorse. Even fashion’s finest are fans of the store and mix their cheaper scores with their designer faves. Zara has it made and it’s not slowing down anytime soon.

41. H&M

The one thing we love about H&M’s online fashion store is the ability to access the brand’s trendy, inexpensive clothes, without having to suffer through the noisy chaos of the store itself. The clothing is arranged by type, rather than by trend, so it’s easier to find and filter through their mass amounts of designs. Although the assortment isn’t as extensive as the store, you can get your fix without leaving the comfort of your cool, calm, couch.

42. Styles For Less

Yes, every fashion guide out there tells you to invest your money in classic basics that you can wear forever and ever, amen. But sometimes you just need a quick fix that doesn’t break the bank. Enter Styles For Less, which has pages and pages of wardrobe pick-me-ups that’ll jazz up your basics and keep your wallet happy.

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Sasha Moyer
Hi everyone, Sasha here! I am a freelance stylist and art director, and former editor at StyleBistro.com. I recently co-founded Adela Mei, an online fashion boutique for Petite Women where I am the creative director. I was born in New York, raised in Hong Kong and Manila, and love to travel! I add an international and cosmopolitan flair to whatever I do - you can see it in my modern and experimental style. When I’m not working, I’m an obsessive shoe collector and unabashed lover of fashion, horses and French bulldogs. I currently live in San Francisco where I spend most of my free time exploring the city with my cute Frenchie, riding my horse and of course - shopping up a storm.