Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Online fashion - where do you buy yours?

Good morning everyone..

I hope you are all well and it is the middle of the week!!  So not long now until the weekend.

London is bracing itself for London Fashion Week which will be amazing.  I always love Fashion Week as there is always a sense of excitement in the air and Somerset House becomes a melting pot of models, fashion journalists, celebrities and fashion lovers all vying to get the best views.

Now I am no fashionista as my friends will tell you.  I have only recently just stopped wearing all black and I tend to shop on line.  ASOS was a big one for me last year when I went on holiday as it had everything I needed and it was delivered to my door.  Perfection.  The only down side to me is when something does not fit then you have the shlep to the post office to return it! Not so jolly...

Have a look below and see if any of the online shops you use are below.  With Fashion Week just around the corner why not create the catwalk looks for yourself.

Happy browsing....


Miss Jones xx is one of the UK's largest online-only fashion and beauty stores.

A daily delivery of new lines means you won't have to search far to find something you like. It's with dresses that this retailer really comes into its own with hundreds of styles in rainbow-worthy colours and prints.

She Likes (Red dress, £22)
With new trends emerging on a near-weekly basis, websites such as She Likes are a welcome addition to the fashion scene. You'll find instant trend injections for your wardrobe at prices that won't break the bank.

Lavish Alice
You'll be in good company with a purchase from Lavish Alice, which counts celebrity names including The Saturdays' Mollie King and Little Mix among its growing fan base.

Boohoo  (Blazer, £30)
In the eight years since its launch, Boohoo has become one of the leading online retailers in providing trend-led fashion for those on a budget. Taking inspiration from celebrity style, Boohoo has won many awards for its price-savvy designs.

Own the Runway
Using the catwalks as its inspiration, Own the Runway provides an affordable way to recreate high-fashion looks. It's not just the clothing that's worth a look, there's an impressive array of footwear to boot.

Having established itself as a must-visit destination for on-trend fashion,Missguided is leading the way in showing you how to wear it, too, with an interactive fashion blog and trend section.

Stylist Pick
Aiming to give a more personal approach to online shopping; after a short questionnaire Stylistpick offers its customers a selection of pieces to suit their look carefully curated by a team of fashion stylists.

Prodigy Red (Striped shirt, £14.99)
With dresses priced as low as £9.99 and shirts from £14.99 you can't really go wrong with this value-led fashion retailer. Expect to find a colourful array of on trend items at prices you really can't argue with.

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