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    Default Good online clothes shopping?

    Hello everyone

    Can anyone recommend good online clothes shopping?

    I am looking some good quality basics (eg shirts) for me (about size 14-18), and some good quality clothes for kids (my DS is 2).

    Would like shipping costs to be reasonable too.

    More than happy to look at US and UK - but not quite sure where to start.

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    Asos has heaps and a variety of sizes although I recommend checking size charts because I find their sizes a bit off at times.
    Otherwise I'm a huge fan of nordstromrack, the clearance part of US store, Nordstrom. I get great bargains there and because the seasons are opposite, we're going into a season they're going out of.
    Shopstyle is also good because if you're looking for something specific, e.g jeans, you can search for it and it will bring up jeans from all the sites they link to, including overseas sites. It's like a one stop shop.
    Other than that, if you like particular brands, most places sell online now too.

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    I love Next for me and DD (they are U.K. Based shipping is free on orders over $30 and returns are only to nsw so return shipping isn't expensive either which is important if you need to send anything back). Their kids clothes are great quality and cute patterns and very reasonably priced. I love the quality and fabrics of the women's clothes too. Sizing is if anything a touch generous.
    The only thing is that right now their clothes are very winter focused for the U.K. Season (more so than I have found in other years) so for more summery options I'd probably wait a month or 2.

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    I have recently discovered Birdsnest for me. I love the fact that they suggest entire outfits so i can see what an item of clothing looks like with clothes similar to other clothes i already own.

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    No idea for adults...I mostly buy stuff for the kids. I second Next though. Great quality, very cute & well priced.

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    Thanks for the tips!

    Have bought from Next for DS before - definately a winner ☺

    Anyone else? Throw em at me!

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    Not sure what it is like these days, but I used to like Gymboree for kids clothes. Really good quality, good prices on sale and the sizing is generous.

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