Full disclosure: About 99% of my closet was purchased online. I love online shopping because it provides unparalleled selection and pricing. Plus, it requires me to do so much research that by the time I purchase something, I know I really want it.
Below are just a few of my go-to sites for anything and everything you may be looking for online. This list is forever being edited, so be sure to check back for new additions!
Disclaimer: Some of these are affiliate links. I may make a tiny commission from sales, but don’t worry, you won’t get charged extra!
Abercrombie: Believe it not, Abercrombie has really stepped up since our high school days. They have great colors and silhouettes, but I try to stay away from their logo-heavy stuff.
Ann Taylor: If I wasn’t in the creative field, Ann Taylor would be a dream for job interviews and big presentations.
Banana Republic: They have really stepped up their game as of late in terms of trend. But similar to J.Crew, don’t buy anything full price.
Everlane: Everlane is big on transparency, so you know exactly what you’re getting with their luxury basics.
Express: If you’re a night owl, don’t miss out on their midnight sales!
H&M: I try not to buy too much H&M (fast fashion and all that jazz), but sometimes you find some really great gems.
J.Crew: Don’t get me wrong, I love J. Crew, but their stuff is overpriced. Wait for at least 30 percent off before purchasing anything.
Mango: Basically Zara 2.0. Trendy, affordable and always on fleek, as the kids says.
Nordstrom: I mean, I live, eat and breathe Nordstrom. They can do no wrong.
Zara: The thing I love about Zara is they’re always ahead in styles, colors and styling. I browse their app weekly just to see what’s new and trending. For example, I see that hot pink and green will be big this spring.
& Other Stories: Where European aesthetic meets American style.
Aritzia: This is Canada’s answer to Zara. It’s a bit pricier, but they sell really great closet staples.
COS: An upscale Zara, if you will.
Esther Boutique: Australians do it better. This is a great option for anyone searching for that one-of-a-kind dress: brides, bridesmaids, birthday girls, etc. Shipping tends to take a while so do plan ahead.
Seed Heritage: It’s like if J.Crew and Banana Republic had a baby in Canada.
Uniqlo: The Japanese version of H&M. I love, love, love their basics, and their HEATTECH line is a winter lifesaver.
Madewell: J. Crew’s sister-in-law. I love their jeans and button ups, but they also have surprisingly great jewelry.
One Teaspoon: They have the best boyfriend jeans in the entire world called Awesome Baggies. Their twice-a-year 50% sale is like Christmas morning.
TOPSHOP: Topshop takes the really high end stuff and makes it attainable. Bless.
Lulus: Get your formal dresses and shoes here.
Red Dress Boutique: As seen on Shark Tank! I have a super unhealthy addiction to Red Dress and impulsively check their new arrivals almost every day. It’s just such a fun site with affordable trendy pieces.
Reformation: Beautiful luxurious dresses. Not for the faint of wallet but they do have seasonal sales.
Rent the Runway: Not my favorite in terms of customer service, but if you’re going to a fancy event and need a fancy dress, this will do the trick.
Shop Jessa Kae: Another blogger founded website. This my current go-to for pretty midi dresses. If you like what you see, use my code Nhi5 for $5 off!
Stylist LA: Rent the Runway’s west coast sister. I love their boho-chic looks.
Hautelook: A more affordable version of Rue La La (below). Don’t sign up for the app or push notifications or else you will be poor.
Nordstrom Rack: If I’m really desperate to have something but don’t want to spend a lot money, I look here. The steals are much more incredible online than in-person.
Rue La La: Discount designer goods. Thank me later.
The Real Real: An online luxury consignment boutique. GET YOU THAT CHANEL YOU’VE BEEN WANTING, GIRL.
The Trifecta: Say it with me: comparison shop! Before buying anything brand name anywhere else you need to check the three amigos: Amazon, Macy’s and Lord & Taylor. They will either have some sort of discount code, sale or a different color at a more reasonable price.
Anthropologie: It’s pricey but addictive. Another one of those stay away from the full price items.
Free People: If I could buy everything inside a store, it would be this one. Prices can be cray, but sales are really good.
ModCloth: Fun vintage and retro-inspired clothing. I particularly enjoy their dresses, bathing suits and accessories. Very plus-size friendly!
Morning Lavender: Think feminine, lace and pink.
Shop Sincerely Jules: Found by blogger Sincerely Jules, this line is ideal for petite girls. Their jeans and joggers are heaven-sent.
Show Me Your Mumu: Think Cali girl boho cool vibes. Their rompers are off the chain.
Urban Outfitters: Their clothes are too teen for me, but the home decor section is a great source of inspo.
Look Human: Very similar to Private Party. Lots of humorous shirts and accessories.
Love Alice Louise: I just have mad love for this typography Etsy shop.
Private Party: The original typography company. They have every viral saying in the world printed on anything you could possibly want.
Keep: An app also sends you an alert when something you save is on sale… so if you take one thing away from this list, I hope this is it!
Pixie Market: Another trendy blogger boutique. Sizing is always a tad too large for me, however, so probably not best for petite girls.
Revolve Clothing: TAKE MY MONEY. I cry tears every time I look at their stuff because it’s also perfect but also sometimes completely out of my price range. Stick to the under $100 items.
Shopbop: Definitely on the higher end of things but still an amazing selection.
Storets: A trendy boutique dedicated to the typical blogger girl.
Target x Who What Wear: Target for President, amirite? I particularly love their Who What Wear collection, which is inspired by street style bloggers and great for plus size gals. However, sizing can be a little funky so definitely read reviews.
Vici Collection: I am actually really sad to be sharing this site with you because I want it all to myself. Ugh. I must really like you guys or something…
Quay Australia: Australians + Sunglasses = Perfection
Warby Parker: They have uh-mazing options for eyeglasses and sunglasses. And the best customer service team in existence, probably.
Westward Leaning: Endorsed by the OG street style chick, Olivia Palermo.
Zero UV: Stylish sunglasses that won’t kill your wallet if you lose them.
Etsy: Anytime you need something custom or unique, you know where to go.
Magnolia Market: Owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines, so I’ll give you one guess as to what they sell.
Nylon Shop: I have so much fun browsing this online store, it’s insane. They have the funniest cell phone covers, doormats and mugs.
Shop Bando: Only the most colorful and fun accessories brand out there. Love their agendas and yoga mats.
Uncommon Goods: Another one of my top-secret sites. This one I use to buy all my Christmas gifts because hello, they’re uncommon goods.
Bauble Bar: Home to every statement necklace and earring in the world.
Catbird: Jewelry that’s handmade in Brooklyn. If you want midi rings, this is your joint.
Rue Gembon: Their delicate jewelry pieces are to die for and not terribly priced either!
ASOS: ASOS is typically a one-stop shop but for me, it’s a go-to for shoes, swimsuits and accessories.
Bucket Feet: Artsy sneakers. They make great gifts.
Keds: A true classic. Love their collaborations.
Nine West: Not the trendiest, but I love their pointed toe pumps.
Steve Madden: Besides Topshop, probably THE best knockoff shoe brand. Gucci loafer look-a-likes, anyone?