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We’ve all been there. You’re perusing the internet, in a shopping mood, and yet you can’t find anything worth buying.
Recognize the feeling? That’s because the internet is a loud place. So many options. So many things. It’s endless.
We thought about this and did some digging to find you some of the best online stores to shop at. Whether you’re an outdoorsy dude, looking for something more dapper, or like high-end luxury fashion… they’re are plenty of recommendations for where to shop for this summer.
And we’ve got them here just for you.
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🧺 brand of the week: Whalley Finch
With influence from Italy, Shanghai, and Vancouver, this sock company is coming to a runway near you…
“Oh, you fancy huh?” said Drake when he slipped on his Whalley Finch socks. And he’s right, these socks are fancy. But did you know these high-end socks are reasonably priced too?
Thanks to our Canadian friends at Whalley Finch, they’ve created a coveted brand that’s making waves in street style.
And with features like:
Visuals and colors that stand out
Minimalist design philosophy
+One program donating a pair to homeless shelters with every purchase
...there’s no reason why you can’t look AND feel good.
🛍️ the best online stores to shop at
Huckberry is one of the more unique e-commerce sites out there. It’s for the adventurous and outdoorsy folk, but with a dapper flair. From unique items like a knife by former NASA engineers to the next great American-made apparel brand, and sweet outdoor gear. They put extra effort to find brands for their audience. Working actively with the best-emerging brands, they bring an exclusive selection you can’t get anywhere else.
They drop new gear and stories every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. It’s really good stuff.
Founded in Encinitas, CA - Vouri started in my own backyard. It’s got a coastal style; that’s because it’s integrated fitness, surf, sport, and art. And they did it really well.
They’ve created a completely new perspective on traditional activewear. Each piece is functionally built with durable performance material to withstand the toughest workouts. But with comfort in mind so you can hit the town because of its effortless transition into everyday wear.
Farfetch is one of the leading luxury fashion platforms out there. And they’ve created a pleasant shopping experience. They’ve got drops all the time. And they have luxury items that you can’t get anywhere else… from Gucci to BAPE, to BBC, Louis, you name it. They’ve got the best of the best. And touting over 1,300 brands, you’ve got plenty of designer items to sift through.
CDLP has created a brand that’s straight from the future. With a unique Swedish aesthetic and bringing sustainable practices to the forefront, this design house focuses specifically on luxury essentials. From underwear, tops, swim, performance, and even home. CDLP is creating a new generation of products and I really love the brand. Definitely a must.
True Vintage is a true specialist in finding vintage designer clothes from a wide range of brands. From items like Burberry, Adidas, Tommy Hilfiger, and more… they hand select each item to ensure the products available on the site are unique and of the best quality. If you can’t find anything, don’t worry. Check back daily because they update a minimum of 100 retro clothing items every morning.
Robin Golf set out to challenge the difficulty of buying golf clubs. They felt that the current system wasn’t designed for the modern-day player. They were frustrated by the countless choices, high prices, and confusing lingo. Buying clubs shouldn’t be hard, and that’s why they started Robin Golf - to make buying premium clubs easier and more approachable so that more people can start swinging. And it has a sleek minimalist aesthetic that really adds style while you’re on the course.
Mack Weldon has shaped up to be one of the best places to shop when it comes to menswear. Starting as an underwear company, they set out to question how something so basic could be a pain to buy. Now they have a swath of products; like chinos, socks, button-ups, etc. All while creating their own fabric (yeah you heard that right). Their patented fabric creates items that continuously look new after every wash and fit the same each time. Their design process is so meticulous, that you notice the difference in the details right once you open them out of the box.
Established in 2011, KITH operates on two planes - a multifunctional lifestyle brand for men, women, and kids, as well as a progressive retail establishment. KITH was founded by Ronnie Fieg, a prominent figure in the footwear industry, who has over twenty years of hands-on experience. Born and raised in Queens, Fieg has been involved with footwear since becoming a stock boy at New York-based franchise David Z. at age 12. And he has created a beast of a brand and e-commerce store.
The most notable is his KITH drops every Monday. Which are some of the most coveted items in fashion and artwork out there. You can’t miss them
Out of a garage in Oceanside CA, Brixton began with a group of friends who discovered their inspiration from the diversity of cultures around them. The Hooligan, a vintage-inspired newsboy cap, was the first item they ever made. And while they have some really awesome everyday wear, they’re most notable for the dopest headwear.
With a full-scale Hat shop, you’ll find yourself salivating over the different types of caps you could wear this summer. And the quality is top-notch. I own 2 or 3 hats from them myself. And they aren’t pricey either which is a plus.
Banks Journal has a really unique aesthetic to it. That’s because their founders grew up with a blend of Australia and Japan. It’s different than your typical coastal brands from California. The contrasting perspective really gives the brand a contemporary yet creative look. They’ve always got the most unique color palates; some that I rarely see from other brands. It’s a nice change of pace. And they’ve always got great sales too.
ASOS is my go-to for anything and everything. They’ve got the fastest shipping, the most sales, and almost every damn item in the book. Sportswear, casual wear, suits, shoes - and all from name brands too. Not knock-off shit.
If you’re looking for cheap name brand items and could care less about fast fashion, ASOS should be a staple in your arsenal. No questions asked.
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