Calling all fashionistas! You want to score the best deals on clothes online, and since Slice users are the chicest, we’ve put together a review of the stores you should know to keep that stylish and financially savvy streak going. All, as always, complemented by our app’s friendly notifications of price drops and package tracking – if you haven’t yet, get Slice today!

For fast fashion:

For the second-hand store shopper:

    • At The Attic you can find pro-owned items from brands like Free People and True Religion – a plus is that they offer free shipping in North America!
    • ASOS is already a favorite of young shoppers internationally for its relatively inexpensive, trendy clothes, but did you know they also offer an option for buying vintage items from small, independent labels? ASOS Marketplace offers pre-owned (new as well as used) clothing items from a variety of sellers worldwide. Check out their Clearance section, where all items are 50 or 70% off.
  • Sometimes a girl just wants trendy clothes to wear for an occasion or two. When you’re not thinking durability or clothes that will withstand the test of time, head on over to fast fashion sites like Nasty Gal or Urban Outfitters. Items won’t cost a fortune (the former even has tabs like “$48 and under”) but will look the part.
  • Alternatively, imports Topshop and ZARA are two options to keep under the belt for when you want cute and now.

For the heavy discounts:

  • When you’re shopping for basics, you needn’t splurge. Unless quality is crucial to you, a basic tee or pant from a website like Rue21 or 10 Dollar Mall will serve you just right and might last longer than you think.
  • Serious bargains also extend to accessory purchases. Miss A has countless baubles for under a dollar, and BaubleBar, while more expensive, is offering 15% on first purchases.