Best Online Clothing Stores

best online clothing storesThis article has been updated since its original publication to include some of the best newcomers to the online clothing store market.

You don’t have drive to a Neiman Marcus to find great clothes. By using the Internet, you can save yourself time and money, while creating a unique fashion style. There are tons of web sites offering all kinds of fashions, from geeky t-shirts to designer jeans.

best online clothing storesThinkGeek 

Think Geek is a great place to start. This site has been around for a while, serving out everything from cases of energy drinks to t-shirts for geeks across the planet. You’ll be able to find a wide variety of desk toys here, ranging from dart guns to puzzles. ThinkGeek really shines with their shirt collection, however. With categories catering to everyone from UNIX nerds to Hackers, you’ll find something here that is insanely geeky. They have both men’s and women’s sizes. You can even get a shirt with PI spelled out. Just don’t break your thick-frame glasses while reading their extensive catalog.


Beginning as a small company offering discount fashion, Bluefly has blossomed into a large online clothing retailer with primetime TV commercials. If you’re a fan of Diesel, Gucci, D&G, etc., look at Bluefly. Their men’s and women’s selections are extensive and lavish. You can get a sweater retailing at $145.00 for $78.30 from Bluefly; they cut prices significantly enough for you to be able to afford top-notch brands. Even while writing this, Bluefly was offering 10% off all purchases. It’s high-end fashion at a great price.

10 dollar

If there’s one thing the Internet is good for, it’s finding cheap stuff. 10dollarmall is just what it sounds like: an online clothing store where nothing costs more than ten dollars. It has a good selection of clothing and the site is extremely easy to navigate. There’s even a section where everything is $5 or less, so look no further if you want to stock your wardrobe on a budget.


With enough vector-based, artsy t-shirts to make a graphics design major drool, Threadless keeps the trendy pattern going with creative, affordable t-shirts. When you browse their selection, you’ll instantly be reminded of walking into the men’s section of an Urban Outfitters store. The vector art, bright colors, and flashy designs make every t-shirt a hit. Rest assured that you will never see anyone in the mall with the shirt you’re wearing. Threadless even encourages submitting a design you’ve made and to possibly turn it into one of their shirts. Threadless has a great reputation; don’t think twice about ordering from anyone else. Plus, why pay the inflated price of $25 to $30 a t-shirt at Urban Outfitters, when Threadless offers you great design at around $15 a pop?


Sites like Threadless have a ton of unique designs made by independent artists, but it’s increasingly likely you’ll bump into someone wearing the same shirt you just bought due to those sites’ popularity and their stock of t-shirts always available for purchase. Tee Fury hopes to alleviate this problem by selling limited edition shirts – extremely limited edition. Every day, the site features a shirt with an original design and only sells that shirt for 24 hours. It’s somewhat hit or miss, but the shirts are relatively cheap.

T-Shirt HellT-Shirt Hell

If you want an insanely over-the-top, completely offensive shirt, look no further than T-Shirt Hell. No religion, race, or person is safe from the merchandise available here. Designed for the rebel in all of us, T-Shirt Hell lets you speak what you truly feel via your clothing. Some of the more tame slogans include “Asthma is Sexy,” “Bad Samaritan,” and “Plain Clothes Cop.” Prices aren’t bad at about $18 a t-shirt, and they have a wide variety of sizes available. If you dare, check out all of their shirts and find one to annoy each person you know.


Want to represent your ‘hood—literally? Check out Neighborhoodies, a company specializing in sweatshirts, t-shirts, and accessories customized to your liking. By logging on to their Web site, you can design your own, one-of-a-kind hooded sweatshirt (or other article of clothing) with your choice of text, logo, and colors. Now boys from Brooklyn and ladies from L.A. can let people know exactly where they’re from. The prices are steep (starting at $50), though, making it a good investment and a wonderful gift idea.

Busted TeesBusted Tees

Those with a keen sense of humor will love Busted Tees. From the creators of, the t-shirts have that Urban Outfitters look, but with a popular joke on the front. Christopher Walken/SNL fans will appreciate the “MORE COWBELL” shirt, while others will enjoy jokes such as “Nobody Likes a Vegetarian” and “Jersey girls ain’t trash. (trash gets picked up).” Shirts are only $18 and will guarantee conversation and laughter at your next party.



Are you less than fond of the designs you find on clothes made by other people? Not to worry. With CustomInk, that picture you made of Abraham Lincoln riding a unicorn into the sunset can be emblazoned on a t-shirt with minimal effort. The site has a number of different tools to help your idea become a reality – all you have to do is make the design, and they’ll do the screen printing for you. Prices generally go down if you order more shirts, but there are ways to keep it cheap even if you’re just buying one.


They used to cater to the rave scene; now, they target the urban crowd. Karmaloop offers brands like Triple 5 Soul, LRG, and American Apparel to fill your closet. K-Loop’s prices are fair, and you’ll be able to find some great deals when there’s a sale. Funky hats, colorful shoes, and awesome bags are just some of the great finds. If you went on a shopping spree here, you could create a unique look for yourself unmatched by any other retailer. They’ve even got Members Only jackets, just in case you accidentally threw out your grandfather’s.

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