If you're a fan of the statement sweatshirt, then boy, have we got the e-shop for you. Launched last year in a George Washington University dorm room, Shop Jeen received no formal funding—instead, then-20-year-old founder Erin Yogasundram started the company with $3,000 cash earned from eBaying her beloved Céline Luggage tote. After getting her start selling jewelry from door to door—with GW sorority sisters as her target customers—Yogasundram moved to NYC, opened her own office in the Garment District and hired a creative director (Amelia Muqbel, formerly the director of sales at Noir Jewelry). Today, Shop Jeen offers a crazy-colorful selection of clothing, tech accessories and toys (all of them affordable, to boot) and has racked up hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers in the process (follow the brand @shopjeen
). Kind of makes you think twice about hanging onto your favorite designer handbag, huh?