While many retailers will be shutting up shop during a slew of public holidays and long weekends coming up, we've rounded up some of our favourite, lesser known online stores to ensure your wardrobe doesn't suffer. We apologise in advance to your credit cards.
A subscription-based retailer (don't worry, it's just a free sign-up with Facebook and they don't spam your inbox) that stocks 100% authenticated, luxury brands such as Chanel, Celine, Prada, Burberry, the lot.
2. 1st Dibs
Connected to the world's best dealers, finest shops and most important galleries, 1st Dibs features antique furniture, jewellery, decorative pieces and much more, which they've categorised into art movements. Looking for a vintage, art deco ring? Sorted.
3. The Line
Minimal design and expertly curated, The Line features fashion, beauty and lifestyle brands that prize craftsmanship, versatility, and ease. Expect established brands such as JW Anderson, Mansur Gavriel and Marni, as well as up and coming labels.
Well ahead of the online shopping curve (they opened in 2000), Mango is a staple here at InStyle because it's affordable and super stylish. Shipping is free over $100 and returns are easy as pie.
Ever wondered why high quality clothing always ends up costing so much? Us too, and so have Grana. Searching the world for the best fabrics (denim from Japan, cashmere from Mongolia, silk from China), they sell incredible basics for OH SO CHEAP. Exclusively online, with free shipping over $85.