Stylish clothing is key to having a fabulous and fashionable wardrobe. Here you will find stylish clothing with the latest trends at the best prices for everyone in the family. You can access all your family’s needs by clicking on the category that interests you. We make shopping easy for you by putting links to every category that is highlighted. From baby’s to boys to women’s clothing, and everything in between. Have fun shopping!
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The cutest baby clothing for your precious little one can be found right here. Whether you are buying for you own child or someone else’s. We have fun and adorable items for all babies.
Everything you can imagine at your fingertips. From books to accessories to unique gift ideas, all right here at amazing prices.
Girls All little girls like to look and feel pretty. They want to be like their older sisters and their moms. Here you will find beautiful clothes that willmake your little girls dreams come true.
Juniors Girls (and boys) love the latest styles and trends. Keeping up with their friends and feeling chic and stylish is so important at this age. We have exciting new styles, just in time for colder weather. Winter time fun, here we come!
Men need fashion too. Even though many of you guys could care less, your mate does! It also feels great to look your best. Find some nice new duds to wear to the office or on that special date with your sweetie. Here you will find many options to help you dazzle her (or him), and your friends in style!Novelty & Special Use
Novelty items and gifts can be tough to find. Spotting that special something for your pal, coworker, wife, husband or business partner takes time. Let us help you find something unique right here!
Style, fashion, designer clothing can make you feel great. We help you find the latest and greatest in style clothes. Look and feel your best with a new item today! Whether you are looking for that perfect warm vacation dress or the latest poncho or winter coat… we have all the stylish clothing at great prices.
How to shop for clothes online and get the perfect fit
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Whether you are buying clothes from a big store or a custom boutique, shopping for clothes online can get you great style at bargain prices. Unfortunately this sometimes creates anxiety that because you’re buying a clothing item sight-unseen, it may not fit and you’ve wasted your money. Here’s how to make sure that never happens to you again.
Whether you love to shop or, like me, you are looking for the easier, stress free shopping option to get cute and trendy clothes. The ability to shop for clothes online gives you a sure way to improve your personal style by dressing and feeling better. Online shopping take the stress and shame out of clothes buying. It’s natural that more and more people are doing it. Shopping does however come with the worry of possibly having to return whatever you buy because it doesn’t fit. Well, we can’t eliminate you ever having to deal with returns or exchanges, however with a little planning and some smart shopping, we can make sure it happens a lot less often.
Get Some Accurate Measurements for Your Body, and Keep Them Up to Date
Getting proper measurements is the first, and perhaps most important thing you can do before you spend money buying clothes online. Once you have an idea of your actual size, beyond “small,” “size 8,” or “38 waist,” you’ll be able shop without fear. Remember sizes vary from designer to designer. One company’s size 10 is another company’s size 8. Labels and designers purposefully use “vanity sizes” to confuse customers. Even though the whole point of sizes and inches is to give consumers standards, one company’s 42 inch slacks will fit drastically differently than another’s. The best way to fight back is to make sure you have your own measurements. Here’s how:
Get a professional to take them for you.
The best way to get the most accurate measurements possible is to have someone else take them while you’re standing normally. If you can, head to a clothing store (I know, the whole point here is to shop online and avoid clothing stores, but just this once) to have your measurements properly taken by someone who knows what they’re doing. This is especially important for women and bra sizes. Getting properly fitted for a bra can be very challenging. It’s even harder if you are alone. Visit a lingerie or womenswear store and get a proper bra fitting so you have it in your back pocket. Another idea is to put it in the “notes” section of your phone so you will always have it with you, whether shopping in your favorite chair at home, in between classes or while on your lunch break.
Alternatively, now would be a good time for you to find a tailor or seamstress in your community that can do adjustments and alterations for you. They’ll usually be happy to take your measurements, and may even keep them on file so they don’t have to re-take them every time you bring in something that needs tailoring. Once you have your measurements, you are ready to shop.
Take them yourself (or have a friend help you out. The alternative to having a pro do it, of course, is to do it yourself. You have to be careful taking your own measurements—don’t suck in your gut, or try to stand up straighter than you normally do—trying to “optimize” your posture or size will just lead to uncomfortable clothing in the end. Similarly, if you must take your own measurements, get a friend or family member to help out with the hard to accurately reach places, like the inseam for gents, or the bust for ladies.
- For men:You have a couple of areas to pay attention to. For pants and slacks, you’ll naturally want your height, waist size, and inseam, but you should also measure your hips and, if you have a more pronounced backside, your “natural hips,” or the width around your pelvis across your seat. Having all of those in-hand will make sure you know what you’re in for when you buy pants and slacks. For shirts, make sure you take your chest size, your sleeve length, and your neck size. These numbers will be what you need for dress shirts, blazers, and suit coats.
- For women: You’ll want to measure your bust—the fullest part of your chest, and make note of that. If you want your bra size, we still think a professional bra fitting is best, however an online lingerie retailer who has a detailed, in-depth quiz that you can take online will help you get a decent fit. You’ll also want to measure your “natural waist,” or the slimmest part of your torso, not necessarily your actual waist where your pants rest. Then also take your actual waist measurements. It’s not often used in women’s clothing, but it’s good to have.
- Women’s clothing usually uses hip measurements more often—or the size around the fullest part of your body at the top of the leg, around and across your seat. You’ll also want your inseam for slacks and pants. If you plan to wear collared shirts and blouses, take all of the same measurements mentioned above in the men’s section, including neck size and sleeve length. Once you have these measurements, you’ll be happy to have them. Keep them handy in your phone so you can refer to them whenever you are ordering online clothing. Happy Shopping!