Imagine a place where you can shop from multiple specialty boutiques in a single destination. Where thousands of items, from clothing and bags to shoes and accessories, each one expertly curated, are at your fingertips. Much more than a department store, this shop is home to the best in independent fashion boutiques, from all over North America and Europe. This shopping utopia does exist at FarFetch.com.
With such an amazing selection, you could literally spend hours shopping. FarFetch.com offers you a simple way to shop from boutiques in cities such as Los Angeles, Paris, London, New York and Copenhagen on one easy-to-navigate website. You can shop by designer, boutique, and even price point. The site is broken out into three categories:
The Luxe Boutique offers high-end designers including Proenza Schouler, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alexander Wang and more.
In the Lab section, you’ll find designs by experimental and new brands like Acne and Opening Ceremony.
And in the Cult category, J.Brand, Girl. Band of Outiders, and Vanessa Bruno Athe are among some of the diffusion brands you can shop from.
All items can be purchased in a single transaction – you can’t get that from shopping individual boutiques! The site also offers free returns worldwide.
FarFetch.com sells amazing women’s and men’s clothing, jewelry and accessories. From wardrobe basics like jackets and denim, to seasonal shoes and bags, FarFetch.com has you covered. Right now, I am loving the spring-ready outfit above. The trench from Boy. By Band of Outsiders is such a great basic. There are so many handbags to choose from on the site, but my current favorite is the Collina Strada Suede Fringe Clutch. A.L.C.’s lightweight knit striped sweater is perfect for transitional weather. A pair of flare jeans, like the Hudsen Milmans, are a wardrobe essential. And Dolce Vita’s strappy wedges in a rich chocolate brown look amazing with denim and dresses alike.
The selection of Designer Fashion Shoes are to die for. Here are a few I’m coveting right now:
Not sure where to start? The Farfetch.com editorial section covers trends, fashion inspiration and editor picks. It’s like a virtual high-fashion magazine.
Note: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of FarFetch.com. All opinions are my own.