Are you looking to find the best online stores in Australia across fashion, homewares, electronics and more? Then you’ve come to the right place. We compiled a list of the 50 best stores to shop based on quality, value for money and customer service experience, according to finder.com.au. Whether you’re looking to shop for beauty products, new furniture or a television, here are the stores you should head to first.
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12. NET-A-PORTER This UK-based retailer is a fashion department store exclusively for designer and luxury labels. Find Saint Laurent shoes, Kenzo jumpers and Balenciaga bags all in the one place at Net-a-Porter.
13. Cotton On Cotton On is an Australian fashion retailer for men and women that focuses on creating quality wardrobe staples. Affordable and ethical, Cotton On is one of Australia’s favourite places to shop.
14. rebel Sport From apparel to equipment, Rebel Sports offer a huge range of sports-based pieces. Stocking brand like Adidas, Garmin and Speedo, consider Rebel to be a one stop shop for all your outdoor and sporting needs.
Free shipping on orders over $99
In store and postal returns accepted; postal returns are free for parcels under 5kg
16. Lorna Jane Lorna Jane is a women’s fashion store specialising in activewear and athleisure accessories. An Aussie favourite, Lorna Jane combines style and practicality in the brand’s intuitive designs.
Sometimes, you just need a new outfit fast. Like, tonight. Or tomorrow. Or by the weekend. When that’s the case, where are the best places to shop? THE ICONIC offers three-hour delivery to both Sydney and Melbourne metro areas and next-day delivery for most orders. Saba offers same-day delivery to both Sydney and Melbourne, while David Jones offers same-day delivery to Sydney only. In some cases, stores will offer you free express shipping if you order a certain amount. Surfstitch offers free express delivery on orders over $25.
Which fashion sites stock high-quality clothes?
For high-quality fashion, there are some stores to order from… and some to avoid. ASOS, THE ICONIC, David Jones, Saba, Saks Fifth Avenue, Portmans and Marks & Spencer are all fairly safe as far as quality goes, although the quality varies from store to store. Saks Fifth Avenue sells high-end designers such as Prada and Chloe and will always be of the utmost quality. Other shops sell decent-quality clothes at a more affordable price, including Jeanswest, General Pants Co, Bonds and Me and Moo. Some brands will always be better quality than others, so you may have to judge by the brand name rather than the store. For example, We Are Handsome is a high-quality brand of 100% Australian-made high-quality swimwear and is stocked across a number of sites, including Dissh, THE ICONIC, ASOS and more. Read more: 12 super chic dresses from THE ICONIC to buy now
Which fashion sites are great for cheap clothes?
If you’re after cheap fashion online, Beginning Boutique, Boohoo, Showpo and Missguided are all great sites to find on-trend pieces at affordable prices. Hunt a little further and you’ll find that ASOS’s own brand is on the cheaper end of the clothing spectrum. THE ICONIC’s exclusive brands, Atmos&Here and Spurr, are both cheaper options that are still fashion-forward and of decent quality. Of course, if you find a coupon code for your favourite fashion boutique, you can always shave a little off the end price. Discounts are only a search away. Read more: Where to buy cheap shoes online
Best online shopping sites: Health & Beauty
1. Adore Beauty Australia’s premier online beauty and cosmetics store, Adore Beauty offers free shipping on an incredibly wide variety of beauty products for men and women.
Free shipping on all orders no matter how big or small, or wherever you live in Australia.
Adore Beauty Rewards program offers discounts and special offers sent straight to your inbox.
6. Chemist Warehouse Chemist Warehouse is an Australian discount pharmacy. In addition to regular pharmaceutical items like prescription medication, first aid products and vitamins, Chemist Warehouse stocks a wide range of beauty and haircare products.
1. Dan Murphy's Liquor store Dan Murphy's is a favourite for Australians thanks to its low prices. It also has a online store so Aussies can conveniently take advantage of the prices no matter where they live.
6. Etsy Etsy is an online marketplace for independent designers, craftsmen and sellers. There are over 32 million items for sale from more than 1 million different sellers with loads of handmade goodies and vintage finds.
Shipping prices vary as they are handled by each individual seller
Returns are handled by the seller, but the Etsy Trust & Safety team can step in if needed
2. eBay One of the world’s largest networks of buyers and sellers, eBay is an online auction site and marketplace for new and used goods. Shop for just about anything with eBay’s official stores or through private sellers.
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