I Shop These Sites From My Couch When I Need Something Last Minute

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I Shop These Sites From My Couch When I Need Something Last Minute

No matter how hard I work to ensure that I'm always prepared for whatever life throws at me (sartorially speaking, at least), without fail, occasions often arise in which I realize that I need something I don't have. But I'm also an online-shopping devotee who isn't fond of visiting brick-and-mortar stores. Because of these reasons, over the years, I've figured out which sites won't let me down when I need something—and fast. I'm talking wide selection, quick and affordable shipping, and great customer service.

Something that I've realized after moving from the West Coast to the East Coast a few years ago is that some of the sites that I used to rely on for quick shipping have changed, due to where they ship from. (Not that this stops me from ordering from them—I just have to plan ahead a little more.)

Ready to bookmark these sites the next time you're in a wardrobe-induced panic? Keep scrolling for my recommendations and shop my current picks from each.

Newcomer Verishop is increasingly becoming one of my most shopped sites. It offers a great variety of brands (both affordable and designer) and plenty of staple basics. Shipping is always free (yes, really) and most items over $35 are eligible for two-day shipping.

I know I'm stating the obvious here, but if you just order from Shopbop by 7 p.m. CT, the free shipping option will get your item to you in three days. Even better, if you log in with your Amazon Prime account, you get free two-day shipping or next-day shipping for a mere $3.99 per item.

Miraculously, ordering from UK-based MatchesFashion means free duty-free shipping with an arrival on the East Coast within one to two days, and usually just as quickly on the West Coast. Plus, the customer service is as good as it gets.

You're probably already aware, but I'll say it anyway: An Amazon Prime membership is worth every penny. Two-day shipping is free, next-day shipping is $3.99 per item, and same-day shipping on certain items is usually less than $10.

Fwrd and sister site Revolve offer free two-day shipping and $20 overnight shipping. Not bad if you ask me. And between the two of them, you can find anything your heart could possibly desire.

If you sign up for an ASOS Premier Delivery membership for $19 per year, you'll get your items from the UK-based e-tailer in just two days. Otherwise, it's usually two-day delivery for $8 (also not bad at all).

We Who What Wear editors are partial to Pixie Market's affordable statement tops, and they'll arrive at your door in two to three days via USPS Priority Mail. (Shipping is free for orders over $75.)

I don't need additional incentives to shop at Net-a-Porter, as I'm already hooked for many reasons, but it doesn't hurt that the e-tailer offers free three-day delivery and $20 for next business day. It's another one with impeccable customer service to boot.

Especially on the East Coast (most items ship from Virginia), Madewell orders often arrive within a couple days. Standard shipping is free if you're a Madewell Insider (it's free to sign up) and just $15 for guaranteed expedited shipping.

& Other Stories is one of my favorites for chic separates and pretty dresses. The brand offers free shipping on all orders over $100. If you’re based in Manhattan, you’ll receive your order within 2–3 business days, otherwise it takes 1–4 business days using standard delivery (which costs $6).

This post was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

Up next, 5 affordable brands fashion people always shop and what I'd buy from each.

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Nicole and Sofia Richie Designed the Chicest Summer Clothes for Revolve

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Nicole and Sofia Richie Designed the Chicest Summer Clothes for Revolve

It's been 13 years since Nicole Richie launched House of Harlow 1960, her clothing and accessories line for Revolve, but for the first time ever, she's teamed up with her sister, Sofia, for the spring collection. In fact, this is the first time the sisters have worked on a project period. If you're a fan of House of Harlow 1960, you know that the brand's aesthetic is distinctly '70s-inspired, and with Sofia's signature effortlessly cool California-girl touch added to the mix, you have the perfect grouping of pieces to wear throughout this summer of reemergence. 

The collection was inspired by Lauren Hutton in the '70s, lounging in the Pacific Isles. That translates to a plethora of day-to-night pieces, including matching sets in juicy hues, interesting slip dresses, sleek swimwear, and crochet pieces that are best described as modern bohemian.

Pieces from House of Harlow 1960 x Sofia Richie will continue to drop each month through July, but if you want to start building your late-spring/summer wardrobe now, scroll to shop our favorite pieces from the first drop. But first up, scroll to read the answers Nicole and Sofia gave to some of our most burning questions.

Did you learn anything new about each other's personal style (or about each other, in general) throughout the design process? How did your sartorial differences shape the collection?

Nicole Richie: Sofia has such a great eye, and it was great watching her put looks together within the collection that I never would have thought of. We each designed individual garments instead of doing each piece together. This allowed the collection to represent both of us and made the collection full and complete.

Which piece do you predict will sell out first, and which piece(s) does each of you think you'll wear the most? 

NR: That’s a hard question! Sofia will say the oversize button-down shirts. I am loving the maxi dresses, and we did some great crochet knits that are perfect for spring and summer.

Sofia Richie: It's so hard to say, but personally, I think all of the sets are so cute and easy to throw on for a foolproof spring look. For me, I love an oversize button-down, so I'll be living in all the menswear-inspired shirting. They're so versatile and can be worn super casual with a good pair of denim shorts and some great accessories or over a bathing suit.

This collection is filled with so many optimistic styles that are perfect for going back out in the world but that are still relaxed and comfortable. How did the current state of things influence your vision and goals for the collection?

NR: It was impossible to predict how people were going to be spending their lives, especially when we started working on this collection, which was right at the beginning of the pandemic. I am more focused on the way I wanted the woman to feel. This spring is about newness. We are entering a new world. And I’m wanting women to feel comfortable in their bodies and excited to go out into the world. I think this collection speaks to that. 

This is one of the chicest jumpsuits we've seen this year.

Worth considering for your bridal weekend activities if you're wedding-planning.

This is sleek enough to pass as a bodysuit.

A minimalist's dream mini.

This top has Sofia Richie written all over it.

This ruching really elevates this midi dress.

It's hard to pass up a good miniskirt lately.

Casual dresses are a summer wardrobe essential.

No boring little black bikinis here. Shop the matching Rosa Bottoms ($78).

Oversize button-downs are about to be everywhere, so get on it.

If you're going to wear an off-the-shoulder dress, make sure it looks like this.

Next up, 42 swimsuits to buy from Shopbop, H&M, and Revolve.

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