A staggering (and well-organized) selection is what really impresses about this site, where sleek signet rings from the '40s are offered up alongside quirky, pretty charms and ladylike watches. Filigree rings can run up to $2,500, but the majority of its wares are more gently priced.
This buzz-worthy store in New York's SoHo neighborhood focuses on hard-to-find pieces from heavy hitters like Yves Saint Laurent, Donna Karan, and Gucci. The site offers the best of the designers' signature looks, like a long, pleated Mary McFadden gown from the '70s or a shapely structured '80s dress by Norma Kamali.
With vibrant multiple-view images of each garment and crisp, information-rich layouts—complete with detailed measurements—the website of this Miami-based boutique is devoted to sourcing sought-after lines like Pucci and Ossie Clark alongside high-caliber designer clothing (expect names like Biba, Jean Muir, Thea Porter, and Holly Harp).
Along with a well-stocked supply of perfectly worn-in jeans and button-downs, you'll find a pitch-perfect section devoted to incredible designer finds. The selection isn't as comprehensive as some other sites, but each piece—from a graphic '80s YSL blouse to a silver Courreges coat—feels handpicked and one-of-a-kind.
This easy-to-navigate site has wonderfully vivid fashion photography and is packed with a unique blend of on-trend vintage goods—from a cozy cable-knit sweater with batwing sleeves to a canary yellow swing coat—alongside a few well-chosen contemporary pieces. Its blog keeps visitors up-to-date on new arrivals and owner Sophia Amoruso's latest obsessions.
Intricate patterns and subtle details are what make the carefully edited pieces from this Hollywood-based retailer so unique—and the site shows them all from numerous angles. As an added bonus, the dresses and skirts are all professionally hemmed, and anything you don't love can be returned.
The online home of a charming shop on Manhattan's Lower East Side boasts the same lovingly assembled jewelry that has made its bricks-and-mortar location an insider favorite. Browse page after page of glamorous old European engagement rings, or take a peek at its section of $500 and under gifts, stocked with romantic pins and drop earrings.
Marrying the depth of a sprawling flea market with the edited feel of a high-end antiques store, this spot is packed with deals: There are bits of embroidery for $1, old maps, and vintage photographs of 1920s rowing teams. 44 Main St., 978-369-4133
We love the unconventional mix of a delicate floral dress and a fringed scarf with edgier elements like a military-inspired jacket, hefty clutch, and super-dark tights.
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