Who has time to spend the day shopping for clothes like we did in our uni days (ah, how I miss those shopping sprees!)? These days I shop in my pyjamas when the kids are asleep, from the comfort of my couch. Thank goodness for online shopping! To get you started, we have put together a list of our top ten women’s online shopping stores.

But before you start clicking on your favourite fashion, we’ve got a few tips to keep in mind before hitting the online shopping stores.

Top Tips When Buying Clothes Online

  • Check the store’s returns and exchange policy – I have been burnt more than once on online stores that don’t offer a satisfactory returns and exchange process. Make sure you read over this carefully before making a purchase.
  • Sign up to the shop’s newsletters – You may be sent a discount for your first purchase and will be alerted about sales and other news.
  • Compare Prices – check out a number of sites and make sure you’re getting the best deal.
  • Study the shop’s sizing chart – It’s a good idea to measure yourself accurately to ensure that you are buying the correct size.
  • Read reviews – Take some time to read what other customer’s think of the online shop and if they have had any negative experiences using the website.

Top ten women’s online shopping stores

1) The Iconic

The Iconic has built up an excellent reputation for being one of Australia’s leading online shopping stores for women, men and kids. The online store has an extensive range of clothing and accessories from over 1000 local and international brands.

Their returns policy is outstanding. They offer returns on any item (subject to conditions) within 30 days and they’ll even foot the bill for delivery. There is even free overnight shipping for orders over $50, as well as 3-Hour delivery if you live in Melbourne or Sydney. So it’s the best option if you need a new frock at the last minute.

Tip: You can get $20 off your second order when you sign up to their newsletter.

2) Top Shop

Top Shop may be based in the UK, but now you can order all the best of Britain fashion online. The site offers a fantastic range of affordable clothing, including a tall, petite and maternity range.

Top Shop offers free delivery to Australia (6-9 working days) for orders over £75

3) ASOS

ASOS is another well-known UK-based online clothing store. The store offers a fantastic range – we especially love their maternity dresses and the plus-sized range.

The store offers Afterpay and shipping is free if you spend over $50.

4) Showpo

Showpo is one of Australia’s fastest growing online fashion retailers! The store has over 120 in-house designers drawing inspiration from their Aussie surroundings to bring the latest fashionably fun and affordable trends to women all over the world.
They also sell a variety of active-wear, shoes and accessories. Free Express Shipping On Orders Over $50.

5) Tuchuzy

Tuchuzy is a boutique based in Bondi Beach, which now has an online home too. The shop showcases both local and interational designers – both up-and-coming, as well as more well known brands, such as Alexander Wang, Helmut Lang and Rag & Bone. The online store offers free standard shipping or express delivery from $9.95.
The store also offers returns on full priced items (subject to conditions).

6) Style Runner

Who says activewear has to be boring? Style Runner will add lots of style to your gym wardrobe, with a big range of activewear brands.

Style Runner offers a flat fee of $9.95 for standard shipping. Plus you can return your full priced items within 365 days of purchase (if unused with the original tags attached and subject to other conditions).

7) Seed Heritage

Seed Heritage is a great shop for top quality basics – such as jeans, tees, coats, pants and more. has excellent quality basics. Jeans, pants, fluffy jumpers, t-shirts and coats.

Free delivery for purchases over $100 or $10 flat fee for order under $100. They also offer same day delivery and Saturday deliveries if you live in Melbourne.

8) Net-A-Porter

If you love your designer brands, you’re going to love shopping at Net-a-Porter. The gorgeous online store features fabulous fashion items from the world’s best designers. You’ll find Gucci, Chloe, Balenciaga and over 350 more designer labels. You can also shop for sshoes, bags, jewelry, lingerie, and makeup.

The shop offers free express delivery to Australia on orders over AU$300 and a flat free of $10 to metro areas. Plus, free returns within 28 days.

9) City Chic

City Chic is an online shopping paradise for plus size clothing. It offers sizes 14 and up and the styles are flattering and simply gorgeous. You can shop for dresses, lingerie, swimmers, denim and active wear. The store offers free shipping to Australia and New Zealand on orders over $150.00.

10) THE CON-NECTION

The Connection was founded by blogger Nadia Bartel and her sister Michelle Coppolino. The store is based in Melbourne and offers well-known brands such as Viktoria & Woods, P.E Nation, Camilla & Marc, Asilio, Thurley & Acler.

Standard shipping within Australia costs $6 and orders over $150 are free. There is also same day delivery if you live in Melbourne.

The store also offers a full refund on full price items (excluding lingerie and intimates) within 14 days and subject to conditions.

What do you think of our list of top ten Women’s online shopping stores? Have we left out your favourite online shopping clothing store? Tell us in the comments below.

Photo by: bruce mars from Pexels

  • Ive purchased clothes from Iconic and Showpo. Both were great. However Showpo is a bit of a hit and miss. Had clothes that didnt fit me in certain areas or had to go a size up or down. So obviously the material isnt sewen to the correct measurement.

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  • The iconic is great – huge range and great sales! Also a amazing returns policy!!

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  • I’m not a big fan of online clothes shopping. I prefer to try on first

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  • I love the iconic!
    Best thing is that it’s on Shopback.

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  • Oh man, Top Shop is great

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  • I heard of them but never shop before.

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  • I don’t shop with most of those, those Seed Heritage I do from time to time.

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  • 95% of my shopping is done online, so much easier then tackling the shops with kids especially around Christmas time

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  • ASOS and seed ..yayyy. there are afew more in my list lol.

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  • I prefer shopping in stores but will go online when I can’t find the size I need in-store. I also like Blue Bungalow, JeansWest (as there is no longer a store near me).

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  • I really only am familiar with one store on the list birdsnest is nice and ezibuy

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  • I love marks and spencer aus, they have the bets jeggings and winter boots

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  • Good to know about these stores. I’m a little scared to buy online and do prefer going in store.

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  • I’ve tried a few like ASOS,
    The Iconic and TopShop but I’m not a big designer brand person – seeking more approachable stores for everyday and though they have return policies, sometimes biggest issue is getting to a list office to send back and go through the whole process…I’m still a little old fashioned..like to try on in store mostly.

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  • I haven’t shopped at any of these stores before … If I do buy online, it’s from stores I’ve visited before so I know their sizing, quality, etc.

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