Don’t get us wrong, we love to get out and about for a cheeky shop, but sometimes you just want to lounge in your PJs and mull over your new season purchases from the comfort of your own home.
If you’re still stuck on where to buy clothes online, don’t stress. We’ve rounded up some of the best online stores for clothes to get yourself set for the season ahead.
If you haven’t shopped at The Iconic, you’re seriously missing out. Not only is this Aussie online mega-store home to pretty much all your favourite local and international brands plus a supreme sports section, but it’s also serving up free shipping, super speedy delivery and free returns. You really can’t go wrong.
Asos is your one-stop shop for all things fashion with thousands of on-trend products from a huge selection of cool brands, many at very reasonable prices. Even better, you’ll find regular sales, awesome edits for different occasions and free returns.
Well Made Clothes
If you, like us, you’re trying to reduce your reliance on fast fashion, there’s really no better place to stock up on new season essentials than Well Made Clothes. We can’t get enough of their cool, sustainable pieces—each guaranteed to last you for years to come.
Net A Porter
Don’t get scared off by the designer price tags, Net A Porter and its menswear counterpart Mr Porter actually has some decent steals. Aside from the super high end stuff, it also stocks plenty of more reasonably priced boutique labels, often drastically cheaper than anywhere else. Plus, it’s one of the few designer online stores that offers free (and super fast) delivery to Australia.
On the hunt for some fresh denim? General Pants stocks jeans in every shade and style, alongside cool tees, casual styles and the latest party fits, all bound to boost your daily compliments.
Surfstich is your go-to destination for the latest surf and skatewear. It’s got plenty of casual tees, jeans, dresses and knits to help you live your best beach life, but it’s their huge swimwear selection that keeps us coming back. Now, just to find somewhere hot to escape to.
Looking to stock up on IG-worthy threads? Universal Store has you covered—with hundreds of fresh products from streetwear brands like A-Brand, Thrills, AS Colour, Levis, Assembly Label and more.
The brands stocked at SSENSE are next level. It’s got awesome streetwear labels, unique boutique brands, and all the best high-end designers. And yes, while the prices can seem steep, you know you’re getting quality pieces that you’re not just going to throw out after a few months wear. Plus, they’re constantly adding new products to the sales section so maybe just start there.
For super affordable basics and easy online shopping, head to Cotton On’s online store. Yes, you could probably just as easily shop at your local shopping centre, but honestly, why bother when you can click away and have your new goods delivered within 24 hours?
If you’ve got cash to splash and are looking to invest in something special, take a gander at all the designer pieces at Matches. Balenciaga, Gucci, Valentino, Alexander McQueen—it’s got all the freshest high-end drops.
Chasing a designer fix, but can’t front the funds? The Outnet is a haven for second-hand designer goods—and with each piece verified for authenticity, you know you’re getting the real deal.
Everlane is known for supplying high quality, sustainable basics but what we really love is how transparent they are—on each product page you can see details on the factory the garment was made in and a breakdown of exactly how much it cost to produce. Yes, you will cop a little extra in delivery as it’s coming from the US, but these quality threads are designed to last.
Prefer shopping IRL? Here's 19 of Sydney’s best fashion boutiques to up your style game.
Image credit: COS | The Undone Store | Net-A-Porter
Urban List editors independently select and write about stuff we love and think you'll like too. Urban List has affiliate partnerships, and if you purchase something through the links in this article, we will earn a commission from those partners. To find out more about who we work with and why read our editorial policy here.