9 Online Shopping Sites to Use

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The Starbucks Christmas cups are out, so the holiday season has officially started! And if you’re like all humans, you probably hate waiting in long lines. So why not shop online this season instead? We’ve rounded up the best sites so you can shop and stay in bed at the same time.

1. River Island.

 If you’re tired of H&M and Forever 21 and can spend a little more, it’s worth checking out River Island. Born on London’s High Street, River Island features a lot of stylish wardrobe staples with a British flair. They also have their own magazine so you can trend spot.

2. Romwe.

Founded in Beijing, Romwe’s reasonably priced items are perfect for revamping your wardrobe on a budget. The styles they offer are a hybrid of Urban Outfitters and Forever 21, and they offer free shipping to the U.S. with a $50 purchase.

3. Net-A-Porter.

At Net-A-Porter they’re all about luxury brands: luxury beauty and luxury clothing. It’s the place where you can add Balmain and La Mer to your shopping cart — provided you don’t faint when you see your credit cart statement later.

4. MoMA Design Store.

The MoMA is renowned the world over for its dedication to groundbreaking artists and designers. So it’s more than reasonable that the products in their Design Store are uniquely beautiful and perfect for gift-giving. They have jewelry, home decor, kids’ gifts, and dinnerware.

5. Food52.

The retail arm of the food blog by the same name, head here if you need to buy a gift for a food-obsessed friend. The site has beautifully crafted dishware along with specialty gadgets like roasters and collapsible wine racks. You can buy anything you need to stock your kitchen here and it will all be beautiful.

6. SheIn.

The perfect place to get cheap basics! SheIn ships internationally and offers free shipping to the United States. You can find pretty much anything on the site – from interview outfits to club wear.

7. Mouth.

Maybe you’re the kind of person who would never be caught dead snacking on a Nabisco product. Then Mouth is for you — the site is dedicated to bringing us the best in “indie food,” AKA anything from artisanal pretzel chips to a service that sends you a different bottle of bourbon every month. (This service is not available in every state.)

8. Beautyhabit

Billed as a “modern luxe apothecary,” Beautyhabit features skincare, bath and body products, and candles and fragrances. All of their brands are high-end but they’re not going to be your standard luxe items. So when you’re browsing you’ll see a lot of unfamiliar names. They offer international shipping.

9. SPACE.NK.apothecary.

What started as one store in London’s Covent Garden has turned into an online emporium of skincare and wellness products. Their website ships high-quality brands like By Terry and Eve Lom all over the U.S. (excluding Alaska and Hawaii). Browse their curated array of products to find the perfect addition to your morning routine.

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Written by Roselyn Sebastian 

The Starbucks Christmas cups are out, so the holiday season has officially started! And if you’re like all humans, you probably hate waiting in long lines. So why not shop online this season instead? We’ve rounded up the best sites so you can shop and stay in bed at the same time.

1. River Island.

 If you’re tired of H&M and Forever 21 and can spend a little more, it’s worth checking out River Island. Born on London’s High Street, River Island features a lot of stylish wardrobe staples with a British flair. They also have their own magazine so you can trend spot.

2. Romwe.

Founded in Beijing, Romwe’s reasonably priced items are perfect for revamping your wardrobe on a budget. The styles they offer are a hybrid of Urban Outfitters and Forever 21, and they offer free shipping to the U.S. with a $50 purchase.

3. Net-A-Porter.

At Net-A-Porter they’re all about luxury brands: luxury beauty and luxury clothing. It’s the place where you can add Balmain and La Mer to your shopping cart — provided you don’t faint when you see your credit cart statement later.

4. MoMA Design Store.

The MoMA is renowned the world over for its dedication to groundbreaking artists and designers. So it’s more than reasonable that the products in their Design Store are uniquely beautiful and perfect for gift-giving. They have jewelry, home decor, kids’ gifts, and dinnerware.

5. Food52.

The retail arm of the food blog by the same name, head here if you need to buy a gift for a food-obsessed friend. The site has beautifully crafted dishware along with specialty gadgets like roasters and collapsible wine racks. You can buy anything you need to stock your kitchen here and it will all be beautiful.

6. SheIn.

The perfect place to get cheap basics! SheIn ships internationally and offers free shipping to the United States. You can find pretty much anything on the site – from interview outfits to club wear.

7. Mouth.

Maybe you’re the kind of person who would never be caught dead snacking on a Nabisco product. Then Mouth is for you — the site is dedicated to bringing us the best in “indie food,” AKA anything from artisanal pretzel chips to a service that sends you a different bottle of bourbon every month. (This service is not available in every state.)

8. Beautyhabit

Billed as a “modern luxe apothecary,” Beautyhabit features skincare, bath and body products, and candles and fragrances. All of their brands are high-end but they’re not going to be your standard luxe items. So when you’re browsing you’ll see a lot of unfamiliar names. They offer international shipping.

9. SPACE.NK.apothecary.

What started as one store in London’s Covent Garden has turned into an online emporium of skincare and wellness products. Their website ships high-quality brands like By Terry and Eve Lom all over the U.S. (excluding Alaska and Hawaii). Browse their curated array of products to find the perfect addition to your morning routine.

Enjoyed this? Check out 10 Tech Tools to Boost Your Mood!

Written by Roselyn Sebastian 

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