Your favourite places to shop online
On every Ebay I find other stuff that also ships to my country.
It's almost the only site I buy stuff online and a Dutch book/cd/dvd store (www.bol.com)
I have a love/hate relationship with etsy.com.
I love that I can buy from small businesses from all over there world and that there are so many shops with a lot of variety.
But I hate that there are so many "resell" shops out there trying to pass of manufactured items as "handmade". I also hate buying jewelry making supplies from hong kong and shanghi. They are crappy materials and take forever to get though customs. I only did it a few times by accident, and now I check where the store is located first before checking-out with purchases.
One of my favourite online stores is www.thepinupgal.com.au they're an Australian based store that sells vintage reproduction and retro styled clothing. They have excellent customer service and I can pay my orders off as a layby which is really good because it gives me time to put money away. They also send a hand written letter with your parcel which is really nice.
I also like etsy for different craft supplies and unique handmade accessories and things.
lazy oaf, boohoo, asos, etsy, ebay and dropdead!
I love lazy oaf too, but hardly ever buy stuff from there! artbox.co.uk is a great website that sells cute kawaii stuff for fairly cheap, i love it. Also, temporary secretary is a really cool jewellery site, also punky pins and heidi seeker are too!
My main one is h&m as everynow and agin they email me with some offer. Same goes with laredoute and littlewoods.
I am a die-hard modcloth fan. www.modcloth.com
You can vote on what makes it onto their site, as well as enter to win some of their stuff in naming contests.
Ebay is my main site, but also hot topic, and Etsy.
I love ebay for getting fabrics and other craft supplies.
I think I am addicted to ebay. I am on it daily. I also like Folksy (similiar to Etsy but UK based) and Amazon UK. Amazon UK can be a pain sometimes because you don't know who they are going to use to ship their items. Sometimes they use Royal Mail which is not bad and quite reliable. Or they sometimes ship using Yodel/Home Delivery Network which is absolutely crap. And the annoying part is you can't pick which service to use. Luckily, my work is quite good about recieving personal deliveries, so I just have anything I buy from Amazon shipped there.
I like GoodGoth and Corset Story, though I've gotten out of the habit of ordering clothes and such online unless it's something I can't make myself or buy locally.
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