11 E-Shops Offering Up Major Style Inspo

Photo: Courtesy of Madewell.
When it comes to online shopping, we always try to exercise restraint. But, the truth is, whenever we have a quick break at work, we're almost always browsing our favorite e-shops, hoping to track down the perfect dress for a night out or simply gain some spring-outfit inspiration. So, being the shopping nerds we are — and we're guessing you are, too — we have a well-curated batch of go-to sites we turn to on a weekly daily basis. And, we're going to share 'em with you right here.
The crop of boutiques ahead runs the gamut from super-cool, affordable labels to high-end brands you may reserve for extra-special occasions. And, not only do these stores stock must-buy merch, but each is also brimming with high-quality editorial content featuring styling tips, shopping advice, trend reports, and more. So, if you're ready to see what eats up most of our free time, click through to peep (and shop) 11 of our favorite, bookmark-worthy e-commerce sites. Just please don't blame us when you get sucked in for the next few hours.
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Shop this Canadian-based label’s super-affordable house brands straight from its engaging e-magazine. This go-to source displays relevant content — including trends, influencer interviews (like band Moniker Mashup and model Cheyenne Maya Carty), and how-tos — in a beautiful, fun, interactive way.

Aritzia Wilfred Free Naomi Dress, $65, available at Aritzia; Aritzia Wilfred Free Lottie Dress, $110, available at Aritzia.
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Nab your favorite Madewell finds from the cool-girl label’s original photo shoots, which show you how to actually pull off key trends in an effortless way.
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Modern Citizen

Find basic-but-forward dresses, jackets, skirts, tops, and more while browsing this brand’s editorial content, which offers up looks that mix and match the label's pieces with on-trend finds from other retailers.
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Valery Demure

An agency that represents emerging accessories talent, Valery Demure highlights its most promising artists with a shoppable feature that stocks rare, modern, and vintage gems that are presented in stunning watercolor and pen illustrations. Simply print and you have yourself one-of-a-kind-feeling paintings — for free.
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Sarah’s Bag Eye Handbag, $481.86, available at Valery Demure.
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Boasting a highly curated selection of decor, accessories, baby goods, and jewelry handmade by up-and-coming crafters, this Canadian-based e-shop allows you to celebrate these undiscovered talents via the bios, photos, and fun anecdotes woven into each product page.

A Sensible Habit Pink + Midnight Stripey Tea Towel, $22, available at BRIKA.
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Under the moniker “The Edit,” luxury e-tailer Net-A-Porter's shoppable weekly magazine rivals the big glossies in beauty and usefulness. Bonus: The brand taps major celebs — including Christina Hendricks and Zoe Saldana, most recently — to model its covetable merchandise.
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The Corner

Shop established and up-and-coming designers’ newest collections by visiting different “corners” on the site that feature curated groupings based on top trends, popular retail stores, and more.
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Les Nouvelles

Add indie labels like Ace & Jig, Clare V., Rachel Antonoff, and Rodebjer to your cart while cruising the shop’s Style Notes, a blog that focuses on street-style stars, fashion tips, and more.
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Visit the “Lookbooks” tab to peep full designer collections, curated boutiques (broken down by current trends), the Shop Talk blog (featuring interviews and daily products to buy now), and more.
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Pixie Market

When we’re looking for on-trend wares at actually affordable prices, you can almost always find us perusing NYC-based Pixie Market. Not only does the shop stock everything you’ll want for the season, but it also highlights ways to style each item, too.
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The Dreslyn

With brands like Band of Outsiders, Carven, and rag & bone on its roster, L.A.-based The Dreslyn makes it easy to want to blow an entire paycheck in a single shopping trip. Especially after grabbing styling inspiration from its constantly updated The Diary section.
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