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Ok, let me start off by saying I’m not here to discourage you from shopping on ModCloth. However, after the news broke that ModCloth was bought out by Jet.com and Walmart, I’ve been getting this question pretty frequently, “What other online stores are out there like ModCloth?” (As of 2020, though, they are no longer owned by Jet.com, and have since been sold to Go Global Retail.)
So, I figured putting together a list of some websites that are similar to ModCloth might be useful! Though I still like ModCloth, I’ve personally started looking at other sites myself ever since ModCloth “upgraded” their website. If ModCloth gets their website fixed and keeps up their awesome vision and a wide variety of cute clothing, I will continue to shop there. I’m willing to see what happens before I abandon ModCloth, as this is a company that in all honesty had gotten me started in blogging and my love of vintage style fashion.
Are you from Europe and looking for UK & European specific alternatives to ModCloth? Then click here to see my best ModCloth Europe-based alternatives!
But, in the meantime, while we wait, these are some of the sites I’ve found that have helped me to fill that void. (This list is not in any particular order either, FYI.) I know there are loads more out there, so feel free to let me know some of your favorites in the comments! Enjoy!
*Disclosure: some of these links are affiliate links. Meaning, if you click a link and make a purchase, Have Clothes, Will Travel gets a very small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible!
20+ Online Stores with Similar Products to ModCloth
1.) Unique Vintage
Unique Vintage carries a great range of retro-inspired designers with a variety of clothing, shoes and accessories to choose from. They also carry plus sizes too.
I’ve been ordering from Unique Vintage for years and can say without a doubt that their clothing is fantastic. I have tops, dresses and swimsuits by Unique Vintage that are holding up incredibly well over the years of constant wear.
2.) Top Vintage
Mango is quickly becoming a favorite of mine, thanks to their classic, effortless ensembles. They are similar to ModCloth’s price point and actually carry stylish clothing for the whole family!
4.) Karina Dresses
Karina Dresses is a small US-based dress company that specializes in making dresses that are comfortable and can easily go from day to night. They are also very size-inclusive and their dresses range in size from XS-4X. Plus, their dresses are also wrinkle-resistance! I have 5 of their dresses now and have been using them for yeas. (I wrote a full review of their dresses, here.)
Click here to shop Karina Dresses.
I love shopping on Anthropologie. They have such beautiful, boho-chic clothing. But, they are pricier than ModCloth. However, when a special occasion arises, I head to Anthropologie to check out their dress selection! (They also have cute, retro swimwear!)
6.) Hearts and Found
Hearts and Found is a fabulous little shop known for their beautiful vintage-inspired clothing – and all of their items can be made to your exact measurements! Even better, they have a mission to support local businesses and tailors and source all of their fabrics from local Vietnam markets. (They’re currently supporting an independent tailor in Vietnam named Co Thanh (Auntie Thanh). She has a small tailoring shop in an area called District 5 and currently employs 3 people.) How awesome is that?
Chicwish has THE cutest skirts and dresses out there, in my opinion. They have plenty of fun prints, but I also love their selection of tulle and chiffon ones. Plus, they’re affordable, with most skirts coming in at less than $50. (They also have plenty of cute tops too!)
I know this one may seem a little crazy. But lately, I have been having awesome luck finding vintage-inspired clothing and shoes on Amazon. I even ordered some decent petticoats from them! (Belle Poque on Amazon has some fun retro options!)
9.) Ted Baker
Ted Baker has very recently been filling the hole in my heart that ModCloth had left. So, I’m adding ’em to the list! Ted Baker has the CUTEST, most feminine, classic attire ever (This is my favorite dress from there.)
I LOVE Ted’s shoes as well! They are pricier than ModCloth, though, but they run some phenomenal sales that bring their prices closer to ModCloth’s. (Sales are how I’ve bought all of my Ted Baker clothes so far.)
For my EU friends who want to shop on ModCloth but can’t right now (due to GDPR) – you’re in luck! ModCloth is actually carried on Nordstrom as well. You’ll actually be able to see their merchandise and get it shipped to you! *UPDATE – as of July 2020 ModCloth is currently sold out and not available on Nordstrom.
Nordstrom also has many beautiful dresses and skirts to choose from too. Their return policy is phenomenal too. (I had an issue with a pair of sandals I had for 6 months, and they let me return them with no hassle!)
ASOS has some fantastic skirts and dresses. And even though they are a British-based company, their international shipping rates are very reasonable.
12.) Joanie Clothing
This site is another UK-based one, but their international shipping rates are affordable as are their prices! Most of Joanie Clothing dresses are $50 USD or less.
Click here to check out Joanie Clothing.
13.) & Other Stories
& Other Stories carries BEAUTIFUL and timeless clothing with a hint of boho flair. Their price point is a wee bit higher than ModCloth’s (but not as high as Anthropologie or Free People).
H&M is my other go-to store for dresses. If I’m not finding what I’m looking for on ModCloth, I head on over to H&M. I love their selection of dresses and inexpensive accessories. (Most of the dresses I order from them are around the $34 mark!) They also have fabulous international shipping options.
15.) NEW ADDS: Collectif
I have had numerous requests to add Collectif to this list – and after spending many moons browsing their stock, I have to agree! The vintage style and quirky prints are the perfect addition to this list. And my next midi skirt is totally getting ordered from here!
Click here to check out Collectif.
**16.) NEW ADDS: Chi Chi London
This is a brand I was introduced to via ModCloth. They carry several of their dresses on their website. I don’t personally own any Chi Chi London dresses, but I have seen them in person and they are a DREAM. So gorgeous! (And perfect for a wedding or the holidays!)
Click here to shop Chi Chi London.
**17.) NEW ADDS: Nasty Gal
Nasty Gal is certainly a bit edgier than ModCloth’s usual stock. However, they carry some beautiful, classic-looking clothing…and some rather sexy options as well. Nasty Gal has a very similar start-up story to ModCloth as well – which I always enjoyed. “Nasty Gal started in a tiny San Francisco apartment stacked with killer vintage, a single laptop and an eBay account… “
**18.) NEW ADDS: Miss Patina
“Vintage-inspired fashion with a modern twist for women who enjoy the little things in life.” Miss Patina’s entire website is brimming with gorgeous designs that make my heart go pitter-patter. I can’t get enough of their adorable kitty cat designs. If you can browse this website and not buy anything… you have far more self-control than I do!
Even celebrities such as Taylor Swift, Elle Fanning, Sienna Miller and Emilia Clarke, (just to name a few) are fans of Miss Patina’s delightful designs.
- Click here to shop Miss Patina.
**19.) NEW ADDS: Tadashi Shoji
“Every woman, regardless of size and shape, deserves to feel confident, comfortable and gorgeous.” That is the motto at Tadashi Shoji! Tadashi also carefully chooses fabrics with stretch, such as luxe jersey, embroidered lace and featherweight tulle to render a custom-made feel. So, whether it’s a cocktail dress or floor-length gown, you’ll look red-carpet polished, with all the effortlessness of slipping on your favorite T-shirt. (Note: these prices are higher than the typical ModCloth price tag.)
Click here to shop Tadashi Shoji.
**20.) NEW ADDS: Banned Retro
Banned Retro is a fabulous UK-based company that designs not only vintage-inspired garments, but also unique hand-sketched prints, footwear & accessories inspired from the roaring 20s right through to the 70s. They make the BEST cropped cardigans, in my opinion. (This one outfit post, here, features my favorite from them.) And while they are UK-based, fret not US friends! You can order their products on Amazon with Prime shipping! Yay!
Click here to shop Banned Retro.
**21.) NEW ADDS: eShakti
eShakti has a great range of cute dresses, skirts and pants in a wide variety of sizes. They also have started adding a lot of quirky prints! Oh, and if that’s not enough, they also have the option to customize your sizing and the style of the clothes you order! It’s pretty nifty, actually. I have really loved my dresses from eShakti (and they have pockets)!
Click here to shop eShakti.
**22.) NEW ADDS: ZAPAKA
I was only recently introduced to ZAPAKA, and I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of them sooner! They’ve been around for a while and are similar to ModCloth in the sense that they carry many different retro designers on their website, but they also have their own ZAPAKA private label. Their retro dresses are absolutely stunning and, the prices are far lower than what you would pay on ModCloth! (The majority of dresses are less than $40! I also think this is a great alternative to everyone who is missing LindyBop, too.)
Click here to shop ZAPAKA.
Madewell is most known for their great jeans. However, they also make some fabulous dresses, skirts and tops! They are a little bit more casual than the average ModCloth outfit…but I still think they deserved to be mentioned. (My ModCloth loving heart is swooning over quite a few pieces on Madewell right now!)
Click here to shop Madewell.
NEW Add: Olivela
Olivela is a luxury retailer that, for every designer item sold, donates a portion of its proceeds to children in need. They also offer free shipping and free returns with a wide variety of fashion items, home decor and beauty products.
New Add: The Closet Trading Co.
The Trading Closet Co. is an online secondhand store that carries many of the brands mentioned in this post for less than half the retail cost. It’s also super easy to sell your clothing with them – if you’re looking to free up some space in your closet and earn some extra cash.
*Bonus Accessories: Kelley Hollis Jewelry
If you’re looking for a unique and beautiful piece of vintage jewelry to complete your outfit – look no further! Kelley Hollis Jewelry breathes new life into vintage jewelry by expertly restoring pieces by hand and repurposing them with the modern wearer in mind. Kelley’s talents don’t end there, though. She also creates her own limited edition designs in 18 ct and 22 ct gold. I wrote an entire review post on Kelley’s designs, here.
- Use code “LINDSEYPULS” for 10% off your order.
*Bonus Accessories: Carry Courage
Carry Courage is a small US-based company that creates sustainable clutches & travel bags made from vegan materials, such as cork fabric and linen. All of their products are hand-sewn in their Portland, Oregon studio too – so you know you aren’t receiving a mass-produced item when you order from them. They pair really well with ModCloth-style clothing! (I wrote a full review of their products, here.)
Click here to shop Carry Courage.
*Bonus Accessories: Irregular Choice
Love out-of-this-world quirky shoes? Look no further! Irregular Choice has you covered. (This is another U.K. brand also carried by ModCloth.)
Click here to check out Irregular Choice.
Ok, so the stores listed below are not exactly “similar” to ModCloth. However, you can find some similar products from time to time.
- The Kooples
- Olivia Boutique
- Vestiaire Collective
- The RealReal
- Harvey Nichols
- Quay Sunglasses
- Betsey Johnson
- Steve Madden
- Chinese Laundry
- Nordstrom Rack
- New York & Company
- French Connection Australia
- Nicole Miller
- Urban Outfitters
- Forever 21
- Saks Fifth Ave Off 5th
- Free People
I know there are many more sites out there as well. So, if you have any more sites to recommend please let me know in the comments section, below!
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