My favorite places to shop online

I might be a fashion blogger — but I don’t like shopping. I don’t like leaving my apartment. I don’t like the lines. I don’t like the trying things on. It is annoying.

I shop online, y’all. Online shopping is the bees knees. Tip: If you don’t like online shopping because you struggle to find your size, I recommend knowing your measurements (bust, hips, waist, inseam) and using sizing charts. As we all know, some stores’ sizes run big and others run small. So if you have your true measurements that will really help to reduce the disappointment that comes when something you bought online arrives too big or too small.

So, I hope that helps with your online shopping adventures. Here are my go-to online shops.

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Asos: Asos is the QUEEN of online shopping. There are so many things to choose from that suite a wide variety of styles. They also have a huge amount of great plus size, petite and maternity choices. Asos caters to all shapes and sizes. But that is only part of what makes this site great. You can also customize your search by size, color, and price. But the absolute best part is you can watch the clothes come down the runway. Seeing a full 360 view of the clothes move on the model is super imperative. Especially when you’re taking a chance and buying a piece that you wouldn’t usually wear. The runway shots basically take all the risk out of online buying.

J. Crew Factory: In case you didn’t already know, J. Crew’s Factory store is online. Yes, ONLINE! They also have the absolute best sales ever. I am talking 30%-60% off. However, know you are getting factory clothes. The clothes are adorable but the sizing is always huge, so have your measurements ready.

Etsy: If you want unique or one-of-a-kind clothes, etsy is the only option. I have found some of my favorite pieces on etsy like this and this. It definitely takes some digging. There is some ugly stuff on etsy, I can’t lie. But when doesn’t a girl have to kiss a few frogs before she finds her prince (princess? I don’t know what gender clothes are.).

Bonus — Revolve Clothing: This site can get a bit pricey, but the clothes are so on-trend and cute. I couldn’t not mention this site.

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  • Reply Madeleine Wilson March 12, 2014 at 12:20 pm

    Omg the mittens hahaha

    I love Asos and Etsy – I had no idea the J. Crew Factory had an online store though! Some of my favorite online shopping places are Tobi and Nordstrom because they have free returns/exchanges (you don’t have to pay for the shipping to return it!).

    xo Madeleine

  • Reply Katie March 12, 2014 at 1:33 pm

    I always forget about Revolve; but you’re right – it’s amazing. Asos is my worst offender; I order so much (but often return many. Hooray for free shipping!) Etsy is a hidden gold mine, I need to check it more and be more creative with my searches. Thanks for sharing!

  • Reply bravelittlemama March 12, 2014 at 3:43 pm

    Have you checked out Stitch Fix? I’ve heard a lot of good things about them.

  • Reply FASHON TALES March 17, 2014 at 1:30 pm

    Asos is always one of my favourite stops, amongst others. I love eBay, Boots, Etsy, and H&M as well. 🙂

  • Reply Lisa April 1, 2014 at 11:34 pm

    You’ve got to check out Covet ( They have such unique collections….and you can’t beat their prices. I found them on a recent trip to San Francisco.

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