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If you’re not online shopping between Zoom meetings, then you’re working too hard. Break up your daily routine of going to the kitchen for your sixth spoonful of peanut butter with ELLE.com’s favorite shopping sites. From luxury retailers with a sustainable edit to the best websites for going out looks (for when you actually go out), click through our massive roundup of the best online shopping experiences, here.
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We grew up with Nordstrom, and over the years it’s gone from your usual department store to something so much more (and cooler!). Under the creative direction of Olivia Kim, they also have curated pop-up shops promoting newbie designers and indie home goods.
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Union Los Angeles
Union is considered the mecca of streetwear fashion. Since its conception in 1989, the store offers up everything from indie designer labels to brands sourced from Japan and the U.K. Cop something from here and expect to be complimented.
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Connect with makers and artisans worldwide with Etsy. The site brings independent sellers into one marketplace, where you can find everything from vintage Dior to handmade ceramics to made-to-order leather goods.
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If your style can be described as “Brooklyn effortless,” Sincerely Tommy is for you. It’s run by Kai Avent-deLeon, who pretty much sums that vibe up. Look to this store for a curated selection of up-and-coming brands mixed in with its affordable in-house label (their shoes in particular should not be missed).
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& Other Stories
Looking for jeans? Try & Other Stories. Want a new dress? & Other Stories. Scheming for leather OTK boots that don’t cost as much as your rent? & Other Stories. In other words, we love this site.
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One of the best fashion brands on the market, Everlane is sustainably focused, creates quality, on-trend products, and is only sold direct-to-consumer, keeping costs down.
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When Net-A-Porter launched in 2000, it filled a void of online designer shopping. It’s only gotten bigger and better since then, with same-day delivery, exclusive capsule collections, and more.
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W Concept is a Korean-based e-commerce site that will give you the scoop on the Asian designers you should be paying attention to.
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Rihanna plus lingerie— what’s not to love? Get your new favorite t-shirt bra or a spicy boudoir set from Savage X, which isn’t sold anywhere except their direct-to-consumer site.
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Shoes, shoes, and more shoes, but with super fast shipping. If you desperately need a pair of sneakers or heels (because who amongst us doesn’t), Zappos has your back with brands like Dr. Martens, Calvin Klein, and more.
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Don’t be fooled by Anthropologie’s boho-chic aesthetic— there’s something here for everyone. If you’re not getting lost in their vast collection of prairie dresses, I highly recommend their home section, which includes everything from leather sofas to agate cheese platters.
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Think of T.A. as a hyped-up Instagram explore page, exposing you to new designers you haven’t heard of yet. The concept store is personally curated by founder Telsha Anderson, offering burgeoning labels from NYC (its home base) to Tblisi, Peru and beyond.
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Ethel’s Club is here to use their platform to celebrate BIPOCs. Become a member and join their global community, participate in their events, and shop its marketplace filled with goods made by people of color.
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Where can you find #OldCeline, vintage leather jackets, and indie brands all on one grid? Relove. The resale store based in San Francisco is a gem best shopped IRL, but sliding into their DMs on Instagram is the next-best thing.
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The Real Real
For vintage wares and designer consignment, The Real Real should be your saving grace. You can find everything from ’90s Jean Paul Gaultier that would make the Kardashians cry to last-season’s Gucci loafers.
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McMullen is a premiere destination for luxury designers, launched in 2007. The retailer represents all of the heavy hitters in the industry, but the Oakland-based shop also highlights fashion darlings like Jacquemus, Khaite, Christopher John Rogers, and more.
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Ylang is a family-run business that has been selling the best fine jewelry since the ’80s. The Dallas-based company has an eye for curating the best selection of old school and new designers, like Foundrae, Marla Aaron and Irene Neuwirth.
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Saks Fifth Avenue
You don’t have to be walking down Fifth Avenue in New York City to get the same shopping experience at Saks. Their website is just as luxurious, complete with great customer service and all the Bottega Veneta your little heart desires.
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Want Les Essentials
Based in Montreal, Want Les Essentials is the answer to your minimalist prayers. Its luxury accessories pare back the details for quality, unisex bags that stand the test of time.
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Revolve has a lot of stuff. Get lost in their party dresses, statement tops, and everything in between because you’re bound to have a few items in your cart within five minutes. It’s also a great breeding ground for the influencer-designer crowd, like Aimee Song’s always-sold-out Song of Style collection.
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Maison de Mode
Maison de Mode is a luxury retailer with sustainability at heart. Its edit of designers must all be working under ethically and eco-friendly business models in order to be sold on the site.
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The first time I walked into a Bergdorf’s, I was overwhelmed by its fanciness and may or may not walked out. Their website is much more accessible, offering gowns and fine jewelry at the touch of a button.
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Neiman Marcus is a global, one-stop shop for all your designer needs. Originally based in Dallas, the website has all that Texas hospitality like personal shopping and easy-to-navigate categories.
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Founder Liya Kibede made it her mission to empower African communities. The brand partners with artisan groups, creating jobs across the continent and stylish clothing, accessories, and homewares. It’s feel-good fashion at its best.
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Founded in 2009 by Laure Heriard Dubreuil, The Webster is everything luxury has to offer, with a Miami spin.
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Mango’s online store is great for those who don’t live near their brick and mortars.
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Not only does Moda Operandi promote indie designers via digital trunk shows, you can also pre-order from collections immediately after they walk the runway.
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The Outnet is our favorite destination for clearance rack goods, without having to dig through an actual rack. Keep an eye out for major sales offering an additional percentage off already slashed prices.
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Madewell has everything, and their site has even more. Shop their selection of hair accessories, which is alway sold-out in stores.
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