It’s hard to remember what shopping was like before Topshop came to the U.S. (bringing with it floral rompers and Kate Moss blazers) and now, another British chain is set to unnerve American shopping as we know it. ASOS – the online shopping destination many of you know and love – recently launched a U.S. site, which is blowing our minds. And these two aren’t only international shopping sites worth bookmarking; we feel its our duty to bring you a few other worldwide sites we’ve been loving:
ASOS has everything the modern girl would ever need, from smart work dresses to fun going-out tops. But what really makes this site pop is its round-up of featured UK labels, including Whistles‘ (a line of chic basics), and designer collaborations like FIN Oslo for ASOS’s (think sexily boyish clothes).
Think of YesStyle.com as Forever 21 meets Harajuku girl, a site where you can channel your inner Tokyo schoolgirl while also picking up more modest pieces, like blazers and flowy dresses. The big-draw here is that you’ll find Asian labels you’re unlikely to come across elsewhere.
Translation: You’ll be the only one of your friends wearing South Korean brand Envy Look’s must-have wool blended coat ($98)come winter. And for those of you in the Bay Area, make sure to check out YesStyle’s San Francisco store – the only one in the U.S.
Another British favorite, Miss Selfridge (part of the famed Selfridges’ department store) offers up on-trend looks for girls with style. Same goes for its well-edited website. You’ll love the site’s ladylike frocks and heels for fall, most under $100, but will be even more gaga for the site’s fashion blog, Style Diaries, that showcases inspiring street style and celeb looks (hello, Nina Dobrev’s frilly skirts), and how to re-create them.