There is nothing like having the ultimate shopping experience without having to leave your home. Thanks to these e-shops, you are just a click away from the wardrobe of your dreams.


La Garçonne 

This New York e-retailer is for lovers of minimalist and edgy brands. The designers they stock, like A.P.C. and Jacquemus, are usually harder to find than most. To sum up, shopping on La Garçonne is like making the items you’ve been eyeing on Instagram magically appear in your closet. Unfortunately, the magic doesn’t extend to the amount on your credit card bill.


Avenue 32 

This website delivers a fashion boutique experience and gives you access to the best known designer brands from the comfort of your bedroom.  Although based in London, they ship their products—everything from ready-to-wear clothing to lifestyle items—to over 100 countries. As you are reading this, the Carven coat of your dreams may have been sold to a very happy woman in Czech Republic. Just so you know.



Since their online makeover in 2012, Shopbop has become one of the biggest players in the e-retail world. They have a great mix of hi-end designer brands and more accessible labels, such as House of Harlow and The Kooples. Going on their website feels like having a shopping session with your very fashionable bestie who knows all about the latest trends. Bonus: shipping and returns are free for Canadian residents.


Rent The Runway 

This website is a dream come true for anyone obsessed with the newest hot-off-the-runway designer items. Rent The Runway is for anyone who must stop themselves from tearing clothes directly off the models. Thanks to this e-shop, you can now rent high-end gowns and accessories for just a few days. As co-founder Jennifer Hyman said: “It is like airbnb for your closet.”



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Marie-Ève Venne
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Marie-Ève is a little person who still secretly wishes she was one of the Olsens twins. You can catch her running from event to event, a coffee bigger than her face in one hand and her cell phone glued to the other. At Dress To Kill, she is the one writing about the newest musician you need to discover and that trendy bar that makes the best damn cocktails in the city.

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