Top Tips for Snagging the Absolute Best Online Deals on Women’s Clothing

By RL - June 05, 2020

Easiest to shop for clothing in the comfort of your own home while wearing yesterday’s sweatpants? Online shopping has never been easier. And with comprehensive sizing charts and free returns at some stores, it’s becoming increasingly tricky to make a case for wearing shoes to shop instead of sipping (chardonnay) and clicking. According to Statista, 71% of women who responded to a 2017 survey had made an online clothing purchase in the past three months. So if your mouse has been tentatively hovering over the Check Out Now button or if you’ve just received your latest package, you are clearly in good company. We’ve researched some of our favorite online stores to run some of the best deals for women’s clothing. We hope you’ll find all you need right here!

ASOS is one of the one-stop shops that seems to be on the cutting edge of fashion but can still offer quality products without breaking the bank. This British retailer founded in 2000 is one of the biggest online retailers, and with good reason. It carries items from its own namesake brand alongside thousands of other products from trusted brands. Want a run-down of some of the best brands they carry at competitive prices? What about Adidas, AllSaints, Billabong, Kendall + Kylie, Free People, Steve Madden, and so. many. more. The biggest problem you’ll likely encounter is finding the time to navigate all the choices because there are just so many! Shoppers can filter by product or brand though, making it a bit more manageable. ASOS runs sales regularly, making for huge discounts on some designer products.

H&M is an industry favorite for affordable options. Diversity and inclusion are celebrated at this brand. Pride collections support the UN Free & Equal campaign that unites participants from around the world via the United Nations to counter homophobia and transphobia. If you’re looking for fast-fashion options but with a conscious focus on sustainability, H&M also delivers in this realm. 57% of its products are already sustainably sourced and the Swedish company’s goal is to use only 100% recycled or other sustainable source materials by 2030.  H&M has some of the best basics for men and women that we’ve seen online.

ModCloth is a fun choice for consumers looking for a more vintage look. With vintage and retro clothing options, this brand, which launched in 2002, has a comprehensive website and useful app. The company only offers pieces from independent designers so you’re sure to add some unique, one-of-a-kind pieces to your cart. ModCloth is an incredibly inclusive brand and offers many styles in a wide variety of sizes.

Urban Outfitters has long been a trusted one-stop-shop where women can find clothing and accessory options from many different brands. The American retailer runs out of Philadelphia and seems to have a pulse for the best in laidback, bohemian styles of dresses, sandals, jewelry with an extra-fun bonus: check out their fun bedding and furniture with the same type of bohemian flair.

Aritzia is a Canadian label that has been around for quite some time, since 1984 to be exact. It offers high-quality wardrobe staples and has created many of its own brands. The focus of each brand definitely revolves around the use of premium fabrics and on-trend fashion. Some of its better-known brands include Wilfred, BABATON, and Tna. Aritzia is known for the aesthetics of its brick and mortar stores but the online experience is just as individualized and easy to navigate.

For more of a quest for clothes on a budget, Uniqlo is a trusted option. Customers keep coming back for the basics. The brand might best be known for its cashmere sweaters and seamless underwear, but you’ll find all sorts of wardrobe staples in timeless styles and trendy colors. Low prices are definitely what seems to be most compelling about this online favorite.

Nordstrom is the ultimate department store experience right online, in the comfort of your own living room. The annual sales are renowned in the industry and it’s a first-come, first-served, click-while-you-can type of frenzy. Dresses can sell for well under $10 and you’ll always be met with free shipping on orders of $100 and up. Nordstrom Rack carries many of the same brands as classic Nordstrom, including some of the customers’ favorite designer choices, but snagging them at a lower price means you can fill your cart with that much more!

Finally, we’re rounding this list off with the ultimate one-stop online shop – Amazon. This online retailer just has it all and it can all be yours within as little as 24 hours. Influencers are regularly linking to their Amazon stores to share their most fashionable (and affordable) finds. From skirts to pajamas, shoes to bling, this multi-billion-dollar company isn’t losing any traction in the online fashion game anytime soon.