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If you buy clothing online, what is your go-to website that is reliable? Do you trust buying online?
Do you know of a reliable website that sells clothing? Do you trust buying from websites that look fashionable/nice but you have never heard of?
I'm looking at a couple of really cute affordable websites, but they have bad reviews so I am looking for more ideas other than just Walmart.
Please do not put URLs in comments, just a name of the website will do.
I do about 80% of my clothes shopping online! I love shopping for most things in person but for whatever reason clothes for myself is something I prefer to do online.
I order mostly from Modcloth and Old Navy. Both very reputable and I've never been disappointed with the clothes I've received (Modcloth can be tricky for sizing because they sell so many different independent brands whose sizes differ, but I've never been so far off that I've had to send something back). Old Navy is pretty easy on the wallet, Modcloth is more expensive but they have really unique, good quality stuff. I'm actually wearing a t-shirt I bought from there about 7 years ago that's still in pretty good shape!
I've seen a lot of clothing brands pop up on Facebook that I've never heard of that get terrible reviews, and I would never chance it. Not even just because you risk getting poor quality items that don't match what you thought you were getting, but because you have to enter your payment info and I wouldn't trust them with that.
I occasionally like Forever 21 but a lot of their stuff is tacky/poor quality. But they have some items that aren't too out there and really cheap.
zalora, this site allows you to return the clothes in 30 days, better than others with 7 days. And if you don't like the clothes you can ask for store credit where your money is put into your account.
I sometimes buy from Blair online. At one time their clothing wasn't up to my standards because the fabric was cheap and workmanship shoddy. However in the last few years, the have been offering quality products and also petite sizes. Their clothing is very affordable and I especially like their jackets and blazers. Just don't buy their $9.99 pants to wear to the office. They tend to run out of some things quickly, especially sale items, but they have a good return policy. They frequently offer free shipping as an incentive, even on sale merchandise.
I also have shopped at Catalog Favorites and Serengeti when I want something a little out of the ordinary. Serengeti doesn't run very good sales, however, so I have to want something really badly to order from them, and their shipping is high. I haven't sent anything back to either of them. The downside to these two companies is that when you place an order, you will be deluged with catalogs from unsolicited other companies. I keep trying to unsubscribe to one company and explain that I am not a Women's Plus size and they don't carry size 6-8 petites.
For shoes I like Auditions because they carry quality name brand shoes in hard to find sizes. I am a 6N in shoes and boots, but I can wear a 5M in sandals. Again, shipping can get you with shoes if they don't fit. I tried Zappos but the shoes appeared to be seconds.
If you purchase your clothing online then LeatherRight.com is one of the great options for you and it is totally trusted website. So Don't fear to buy your clothing from LeatherRight.com
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