Online shopping (or browsing, if we’re being honest) is a bit of an obsession of mine, so today I’m sharing five online stores I love, just in time for the holidays. If you’re like me and would rather shop from the comfort of your home instead of heading out to the crowded malls, pull up a chair and check out these 5 retailers I can’t get enough of… just in time for Black Friday.
Deals, deals and more deals is what HauteLook is all about. This daily deals site — under the Nordstrom umbrella — brings you irresistible prices on big name men’s, women’s, kids’, home and beauty brands. I got Tom some slippers and have purchased a few other items like jewelry and sandals at deep discounts. Their offerings change daily and there’s sure to be something you love. Sign up for free and start saving just in time for the holidays. Your wallet will thank you.
I love workout clothes more than regular clothes and this affordable workout clothes subscription company co-founded by Kate Hudson is one of my faves. From cute leggings and tops to sports bras and more, Fabletics has you covered no matter what you’re up to. Best part? They exist outside the USA including France, Spain, the UK and more. Sign up via my link (and if you’re in France, here) and get a special welcome deal. 😉
Radical transparency is what this men and women’s clothing and accessories company is all about. Everlane makes beautiful, high-quality basics in mostly neutral colors at a price that won’t make your wallet weep. What can you find here? Everything from clothing, bags, shoes and more from this online-only brand that aligns nicely with French women’s fashion. I personally have a few pieces including the bag pictured above and love it. It goes with everything and has shown no signs of wear and tear after a year of everyday use. I also love their tshirts — great quality for under $20.
At half the price of Lululemon, Reebok has one thing going for it right off the bat! Affordable and excellent quality, I’ve been buying a lot of Reebok lately including some new full-length leggings since capris won’t cut it anymore now that the temps have dipped. Reebok rebranded back in March of 2014 focusing more on fitness (associating themselves with CrossFit and Les Mills) and the brand is as fresh and fun as ever! They make awesome leggings in all kinds of fun colors and patterns and they’ve become my go-to workout clothes brand as of late. Looking forward to Black Friday deals!
I’ve never been to this store which is actually in Georgia, USA, but the website alone gives prospective shoppers a pretty good idea of what can be found there. Frenchify your kitchen with fun dish towels and utensils, add a few French products to your guest bathroom or grab some pillows to spruce up your family room decor. Perfect for that Francophile on your holiday shopping list, The Paris Market has all kinds of fun things that will bring a little touch of France right to your doorstep.
Where will you be doing your holiday shopping this year? US readers, do you love/hate Black Friday?