3 Fashion Sites You Probably Didn’t Know About (But Should!)

Let’s face it—online shopping is addictive. It’s great when you can get the best deals on the most exclusive products right in your homes. While there are a host of online shopping sites you can visit, we present to you three unique e-stores that offer more than just the run-of-the-mill products. Take a look.

1. What When Wear
You probably know this blog and love Aanam C’s style. But now you can get en vogue like her with the blog’s new shopping section. What When Wear stocks specially curated and exclusive items that Aanam has picked from Indian and international brands like Peacock Plume and Bagoholics. Check out her collections here.
Our Picks: The store, just like her personal style, has quirk-meets-chic items. We love the Victorian Print Short Skirt, Floral Retro Style Sunglasses and Black Gold Luxe Earrings.

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2. Brown Boy
Frustrated with the lack of fashion choices for men, 24-year-old Prateek Kayan decided to create this cool label, which stocks comfy and well-fitted tees, lovely bowties and bags. Inspired by European high-street fashion, Brown Boy has something you’d love to pick-up for your man, and then borrow it for an androgynous look! Check out the products here.
Our Picks: We absolutely adore the bowties like this one and this one. We’d pick up this tee and this one, too.

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3. Buttons N Threads
Getting a well-tailored, custom-made suit sure costs a bomb. But with this site you’re sure to save a few bucks, while still being fashion-forward. From customised three-piece tuxedos to regular blazers, shirts and accessories, Buttons N Threads offers interesting items with free international shipping (yay!). Check out their products and services here.
Our Picks: While we’re drooling over the bespoke tuxes, we’re sure to pick up this tie, this pocket square and these cufflinks.
fashion start-upsSo, what are you waiting for? Ready, get set, click!

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