Friday, July 18, 2014

Online Shopping Treasures

The world of commerce has become such a crazy thing, thanks to the Internet. We've gone from mailing in catalog orders to receiving items next day with the click of a button. Online shopping has become such a gold mine for retailers everywhere. It allows shoppers to make purchases from stores that aren't in their town... or even in their country... in an incredibly simple fashion. However, with the billions of websites out there, it can be hard to keep up on these little treasures hidden within the world wide web. Today we bring you some of our favorite, share-worthy online shopping destinations.


Samantha's Picks 
1. Miss Guided - For chic, new, and on-trend items


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2. Spell - For quality gypsy bohemian clothing and accessories


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3. Miista - For fashion-forward shoes and handbags


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4. Dolls Kill - For wacky and unfiltered fashion


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5. Tobi - For easy breezy chic


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Bri's Picks 
1. UrbanOG - For great deals on trendy pieces

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Privileged Ishanti Croc Bootie $108 / Cherry Blossom Breeze Kimono $17.50 / Sudden Rematch Shorts $15.50



2. Keep - Pinterest but better (Solely made for shopping)

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3. Pixie Market - For feminine, yet edgy pieces

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4. StyleBop - For amazing outfit inspiration and designer digs

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Kenzo Logo Statement Sweatshirt $275 / ChloĆ© Studded Booties $1,345 / Olympia Le-Tan Clutch $1,435


5. Terrain - For beautiful and quality home goods
Let us know where you love to shop (we are always looking for more destinations to feed our addictions) or tell us what treasures you score with #PSTYshops!
Happy Shopping!
Truly Yours,







P.S. "Buy what you don’t have yet, or what you really want, which can be mixed with what you already own. Buy only because something excites you, not just for the simple act of shopping.” - Karl Lagerfeld

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