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The New E-Commerce Site You Need To Shop Today

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    You love shopping, consider it a sport, and, quite frankly, would be perfectly okay perusing racks and online stores all day long if you could get away with it. Sound familiar? Well, hold on to your purse straps because shopping just got a whole lot more fun. Yes, it is possible, and Band of Outsiders proves it.

    The L.A.-based label by Scott Sternberg finally debuted an e-commerce site today. And, while we’re totally stoked to be able to scoop up the prepster-cool spring must-buys and web-exclusive, one-of-a-kind items like an embroidered varsity jacket by artist Ana Kras, it’s the way those need-now goods are presented that’s making us whip out our plastic that much faster.

    Okay, we don’t want to spill too much — you’ll have to jump ahead to view — but each model (well, actor, actually) in the spring collection is in full-on happy-dance mood. Probably because the current offerings are that good. Click through to see for yourself, and shop our favorite pieces from the line. Or, head over to to check out more, including past collections and a live social-media feed. Yep, your Tuesday just got a whole lot better.

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