I just love finding out about new businesses, people who are making a go of it in the online world.
So in the interests of spreading the love, I’m sharing four fashion sites with you today. Have fun clicking, exploring and buying.
Consider this a community service post …
Love the concept behind DressDouble. When you sign up you need your measuring tape handy because you input your body measurements so you can be matched up to clothes that fit your size and with people who are your size. With sizing being so inconsistent, this is a brilliant way to shop. Many of the stores matching my profile are US based but ship to Australia. You can also list clothes here that you want to sell – and even give away “hand me downs”. The social marketplace aspect of the site lends itself beautifully to this.
You may have seen the Bohemian Traders accessories I included in this Model and Me post? This site is the brainchild of my blogging friend Em from The Beetleshack. It reflects her personal love of all things bohemian and has me channelling that side of my wardrobe personality. I love that the essence of what’s available for sale doesn’t change but the stock does – keeping things fresh. My faves – hands down – are the clutches. They are such an easy way to add an interest to an outfit.
The LBD Boutique
If you missed out on winning a dress from the LBD Boutique in my Christmas giveaway and you were keen to find out more about this online store, then you’ll be pleased to know that it’s now up and running and offering an LBD to suit you. An LBD is a wardrobe staple – from casual to formal there is always a place in my wardrobe for one or many. Love the Dress My Shape page that takes you straight to LBDs in the range that would suit you. The fabric used in all of the dresses is a polyester/spandex combination. It’s ideal for travelling as it takes up next to no space and doesn’t crush. Oh and be quick Stylers … there’s 40% off store wide until midnight, January 9.
You may have noted my love for (obsession with?) pineapples, flamingos and anything retro-tropical? Well can you imagine how excited I was to hear about Vintage Pip – a store offering fabulous accessories to match all my loves? The stock changes as many of the affordable accessories are limited editions. Definitely one if you too have a love of the quirky and fabulous. I particularly love the Erstwilder pieces by Melbourne jewellery designer Louise Camille.
Found any fabulous online fashion site lately? Share them below.