MissPap, Linzi, Shein, Lavish Alice: How Trustworthy Are These Online Clothing Stores? - Femanin

We All Need Somewhere New To Shop – Are These The Places For You?

Please raise your hand if you have ever felt personally victimised by the shops. Let me tell you, BOTH of my arms are up high in the air right now.

As good as New Look, Dorothy Perkins, Zara, Miss Selfridge, Topshop, H&M are, sometimes their items seem a bit… the same. Think about it, how many black and white floral wrap skirts have you seen this season? Hundreds, right?

Every now and again it’s nice to have somewhere new to browse – especially if it’s cheap!

That’s where we, your guardian angels, come into play. We have scoured the web for new websites for you to spend your lunch break perusing.

Bank cards at the ready, ladies!

Online Stores You Don't Know About

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MissPap was founded in 2013 by Ashley Ali who had just £500 in the business to begin with. They state to have ‘Tomorrow’s fashion today’. In a similar manner to Boohoo and Missguided, they normally have a sale on as well as promo codes for free delivery.

They have a wide variety of clothing options depending if you have an insta-worthy occasion or are going to meet the parents, MissPap have you covered.

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Linzi are the shoe brand helping breast cancer care. From August 2015 to January 2019 they raised over £60,000 through their sales and fundraising activities within their staff!

They usually have a sale on certain items and have four stores in the UK.


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Repeat after me, I deserve new shoes!💙 Shop our SLIDER collection @ Linzi.com

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Lavish Alice

On their website, Lavish Alice state that they are:

‘a contemporary label moving at the speed of the high-street whilst maintaining luxurious quality and craftsmanship’.

Mainly focusing on ‘insta’-esque pieces, it’s the perfect place for night out occasions.


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New season shades 🍊 @melaniecatarina wears our belted cape blazer dress

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It’s THE brand you always see on Facebook and question its legitimacy. However, we can assure you that its genuine – wooo!

They say that they pride themselves on:

‘Offering on-trend styles catering to both young women and teens, that won’t break the bank’.

Sounds like our kind of place!

They offer fashionable yet wearable items that are good for insta and real life.

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ASOS Marketplace

We all love ASOS, but what about ASOS Marketplace? It is the home of small brands and vintage boutiques.

Home to new, reworked and vintage items – it’ll soon take over normal ASOS’ place in your heart.

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Riley Studio

Riley Studio are ‘on a mission to change mindsets and make conscious consumerism the norm’.

They create gender neutral pieces which are made from recycled products. Shopping whilst also being good to the planet – sign us up!


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All of our clothing at Riley Studio is consciously created and designed to last. #RSPromise #WeAreHumanKind

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