One of my guiltiest pleasures is online shopping. Shopping on foot just can't compare to the ease and comfort of purveying the internet's treasures. With my recent acquisition of a debit card, I have gone slightly bonkers. Fortunately, I haven't completely depleted my coffers and am on the way to rebuilding them, but I still like to look for future purchases.
Forever 21 is great for cute, well-made, and inexpensive items. I've bought two hats and several undergarments from them. Their accessories are ridiculously cheap and you can always find some articles of clothing for less than $20 dollars. Check out this adorable Bow Accent Beret for just $6.80!
Skin Store is one of the best places to order beauty products. They have great prices (often cheaper than Sephora) and offer a diverse variety. I've purchased creams, hair masks, and scrubs from them. Their holiday promotional deals were excellent! I'm lusting after this Philip B Russian Amber Imperial Shampoo. Looks luxurious! Unfortunately, I can't justify spending over $100 dollars for shampoo!
Etsy is a diverse collection of vintage and hand-made items. You can find everything from jewelry to corsets to designer bags (I'm eagerly awaiting a Fendi bag in the mail!). Artists and craftspeople can showcase their work, and there are tons of vintage goodies. I bought my purse and a gorgeous pair of earrings for my sister from Etsy! Check out this beautiful coral necklace of a horse and foal. So delicate and pretty!
The Vermont Country Store is an underrated gem! They carry all sorts of rare beauty products, tools, toys, and candy. Their specialty is tracking down beloved items from the past. If a customer loved a specific shampoo in the 70's and enough people want to see it brought back, TVCS will find it and sell it for ridiculously reasonable prices! This Rosebud Salve looks like it will give you a pretty pout.