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IMPORTANT NOTE: All sites labeled with an asterisk (*) offer free shipping worldwide. Otherwise, all sites offer free shipping in the U.S. only. Sorry!
Ever since opening its first store stateside in 2009, this massive British fashion brand has found itself a big niche in the U.S. You can find a great mix of daytime and nighttime clothes, shoes, accessories/bags, and suits. They also have a 🔥 makeup line that's very affordable and definitely worth checking out.
Pricing: $12 to $250 (most women's dresses); $5 to $100 (men's T-shirts)
Purchases from Better World Books have led to over 18.5 million books donated, $22.3 million raised for global literacy and libraries, and 210.4 million books reused or recycled. Let that sink in.
Pricing: Most new paperbacks are around $15, and used books in good condition start at around $5.
Oh, the ~wonders~ of Nordstrom. It's like Narnia (except it's real), you don't need a special wardrobe to access it, and there's no evil White Witch (just capitalism). One-stop shop for clothes, shoes, beauty, home, and accessories. Better prepare your wallet/bank account — they may never be the same again.
Pricing: $18 to $7,700 (women's dresses); $22 to $700 (men's casual button-down shirts); $5 to $4,785 (home decor)
4. Look Fantastic*
This OG online British beauty boutique (remember to change the currency from GBP if that applies to you) stocks over 14,000 products from more than 350 brands, making it a prime candidate for a beauty addict's perfect night-in activity. Netflix and chill? More like Look Fantastic and chill.
(*Free shipping excludes Denmark, Finland, and Sweden. Boo.)
Want your clothes and accessories to be as colorful and sassy as you? Nylon's got you covered. There's also a range of super cool (and sassy, duh) mugs, wall art, and stationery. Think of Nylon as the voice inside your head that says what it wants to and just DGAF. For instance, everyone needs a leather clutch that says "pray for my haters."
Pricing: $3.20 to $592 (which is a leather vest, so most items are way less)
Wanna impress people with your posh adult digs? Wayfair's one of the world's largest e-retailers of furniture, home decor, and everything else that populates your dream home on Pinterest, so, you know, could be useful. I know it says free shipping $49+ but MOST items are totally free to ship — for each category/page you can also refine your search by "free shipping."
Pricing: varies widely (for example, $6 to $2,500 for canvas art)
Madewell's line is built around its *amazingly wonderful* denim collection, which means timeless pieces and basics (like slouchy tees, leather jackets, and comfy slip-on sneakers) that perfectly complement their jeans. Hello, effortlessly polished adult life. 👸
Pricing: $20 to $250 (with a few leather jackets that go up to $500)
8. Front Row Shop*
This trendy Shanghai-based women's wear brand is basically the Chinese Zara — it promises eclectic fashion pieces you'd see on the runway (as if you were sitting in the front row, get it?) for ridiculously wallet-friendly prices. The fact that they also offer worldwide free shipping is an additional blessing. Bye, paycheck — it was nice knowing you.
Pricing: $15 to $374
Located in the heart of L.A., Reformation is a clothing company built on the intersection of fashion and sustainability (with its own sustainable sewing factory, heat-reflecting roof, use of renewable energy, and 100% recycled shipping packaging). By manufacturing most of their products themselves and selling online and in their own boutiques, they can avoid traditional retail markups. Reformation nails a super stylish range of clothes and accessories made from sustainable fabrics and vintage garments.
Pricing: $28 to $268
DermStore prides itself on offering an expert-curated and -tested selection of professional-strength skin treatments/solutions, exclusive spa care lines, salon-grade brands, and highly trusted cosmetic brands (both well-known and niche ones). It's like Sephora backed by dermatologists (yaaass).
Comfy, breezy, and stylish athletic apparel for active gals everywhere...or, you know, for lazy girls like me who don't actually exercise but change into comfy tanks and leggings like these the second they get home (seriously, it's the first thing I do after dumping my bag onto the floor).
Pricing: $20 to $189
13. Animi Causa*
Need to buy some unique home decor or a housewarming gift that reveals how cool you are? Animi Causa is basically a haven for quirky office/kitchen/general home accessories (aka things I didn't know my apartment needed but now clearly must have 😁).
Pricing: $7.99 to $129 (excluding the modern furniture category)
16. MAC Cosmetics
There's never been a better time to try out their iconic Ruby Woo or Russian Red if you haven't already. 💄 🙌 PS: All proceeds of the Viva Glam Ariana Grande lipstick go toward helping those affected by HIV/AIDS. 💖 You can also find other face/lip/eye makeup, as well as brushes, makeup tools, and fragrances.
Pricing: $10 (for travel-size skin care) to $50
17. Neiman Marcus
Hello, fancy-schmancy department store. You can find just about everything under the sun, from apparel (women/men/kids), shoes, handbags, beauty, and home furnishings to gourmet food (chicken and green chili empanadas and brownie bouquet??? I'LL TAKE 70).
Pricing: $40 to $4,000 (women's sale dresses); $57 to $2,900 (men's shoes)
Pretty lingerie and sleepwear just gives me the feels. Journelle is taken from the French word "journellement," meaning "daily"... which attests the brand's belief that wearing lovely lingerie is a everyday luxury, because yeah it is. ~TREAT YOSELF CAUSE YOU'RE A FAIRY GODDESS~ 💃 🙌 💖 ⭐️
Pricing: $10 to $452 (bras and panties)
Repeat after me: Summer is coming. Get your beach/surf/swimwear ready. 🏊 🌞 🏄
Pricing: $10 to $250 (all women's swim, including board shorts/rash guards, cover-ups and wetsuits); $15 to $460 (men's swim, including wetsuits)
20. Cents of Style
Cents of Style is all about providing a super affordable and statement-making range of tees, jewelry, shoes, and scarves that make women feel their best and inspire them to lead bold, meaningful lives. ~be the change you wish to see~ 💪🌎✌️
Pricing: $8 to $45
FY is kind of like this hip marketplace where you'll find unique jewelry, beauty products, and accessories like scarves, watches, bags, and notebooks made by a slew of rad independent designers you might not know about but should. ✨
Pricing: $11 to $220 (make sure to scroll down to the bottom of the site and change the currency from GBP to USD)
This site updates almost daily with the latest fashions from the streets of London, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai, and New York at darn reasonable prices (and a 70% off sale section!). Hold on while I buy their entire inventory. 💃
Pricing: $6 to $58 (dresses); $8 to $35 (bottoms)
Bet you didn't know you needed a dragon rain gutter, steam eye massager (necessary given the amount of time we stare into the abyss of the interwebs), or King Tut tissue box cover, huh? ~the more you know~ 😏 💸
Pricing: $12.99 to $268.99 (food/wine/entertaining, excluding an English pub setup for a cool $4,458)
Kate Spade is brimming with adorably chic handbags, clothes, shoes, and accessories for sophisticated dames, while Jack Spade has plenty of spiffy suits, dress shirts, ties, bags, wallets, and other accessories for modern gentlemen. 👑 🎩
Pricing: $100 to $948 (Kate Spade handbags); $34 to $228 (Jack Spade wallets)
Oasap is a "high-street fashion online store" that updates its site with more than 300 new products every week. You'll find a treasure trove of super cute, quirky, and affordable clothes/shoes/accessories here.
Pricing: $6 to $48 (tops); $10 to $60 (dresses)
~American vintage vibes~. In love with their classy but distinctive watches, wallets, jewelry, and bags.
Pricing: $53 to $995 (women's and men's watches); $14 to $125 (women's jewelry)
Their motto, found here: "Helping people enjoy the outdoors since 1912." L.L.Bean might be best known for their mega-popular duck boots, but you can also find a large selection of comfy and outdoorsy clothes/jackets, hiking shoes, backpacks, outdoor gear, and home decor on its website. Let this site be your motivation to drag your butt off of the couch and get your necessary vitamin D. 🌞 🌳 🏃
Pricing: $60 to $300 (men's and women's shoes/boots); $40 to $300 (luggage/bags)
Protecting your iPhone/Android/Samsung/MacBook/iPad/Apple Watch while also keeping it super stylish has never been so easy. Seriously, look at these designs — Welsh corgis in a field of flowers are what dreams are made of. 🐶
Pricing: $40 to $60
30. Sophie & Trey
Bonobos offers an assortment of formal and casual men's clothing, accessories, and shoes, including dapper suits, dress shirts, ties, and pocket squares. They also have "Guideshops" in a bunch of cities across the U.S., where guys can try their clothes in-store and then purchase through the website on-site (or buy later via an email with their fit and style preferences).
Pricing: $38 to $128 (casual shirts); $68 to $198 (dress pants)
33. Le Tote
It's basically a monthly subscription box service that's a cross between Rent the Runway and Birchbox. A Le Tote stylist will curate three garments and two accessories based on liked items from your profile and send them your way. Wear them for as long or as little as you'd like, keep the items you'd like to purchase (at below-retail prices!), and send back the ones you don't want via a prepaid bag/label (they'll take care of any washing). You'll get a newly curated box a few days later!
Pricing: $59 per month (free shipping both ways; no commitments or contracts)
Now all that's left to do is wait for those magical packages.
Torrid was previously included in this list but offers free shipping to only stores, not homes. All the stores on this list currently offer free shipping to residences.