If you like finding big-name brands for as much as 70 percent off (who doesn’t?) then 6PM is the site for you! They sell brands like Betsey Johnson, Converse, Sperry Top-Sider and many more. Their homepage always has can’t-miss deals, which typically run for a couple of days. In the past these have included Converse shoes and Betsey Johnson handbags and shoes for up to 70 percent off, Clarks shoes for up to 55 percent off and fall clothing items for $29.99 or less. But don’t just stop at the deal section—6PM boasts that their everyday prices are up to 75 percent off retail. Last winter I was in love with a pair of glitter-encrusted Sperry Top-Siders, but I certainly wasn’t loving the $90 price tag. Fortunately, I waited—and now these same shoes are on 6PM for $49.99!
If you enjoy daily deal sites, then Jane is definitely one that you’ll want to be checking regularly. This site offers hot deals on jewelry, clothing, shoes, accessories, home goods and more. Some of my favorite finds on Jane have been personalized chevron notecards for $5.95, fleece-lined leggings for $8.99 and designer-inspired crystal necklaces for $12.99. Jane offers new deals each day, and each deal lasts for a few days or until it’s sold out.
Groopdealz (which is similar to Jane) features deals that change daily, but these deals are focused on goods like clothing, accessories, shoes and home goods. The deals offered on this site are often as much as 75 percent under retail and have included items like J.Crew-inspired pave link bracelets for $19.99, chevron wallets for $5.99 and personalized prints for $12. New deals are added each day and typically last between 1–4 days or until they’re sold out. Shipping on many items is free or very inexpensive. Be sure to follow Groopdealz on Facebook as well, as they often post flash sales that only last a few hours.
If you’re a jewelry lover, then Francesca’s is definitely the site for you! Francesca’s is always stocked with the latest trends, including statement necklaces, filigree studs and pave link bracelets, and most items are priced between $9 and $50. Some of my current favorites include the Jun and Ivy Fox Studs for $9 and the Glover Park Jeweled Necklace for $24. Francesca’s also often runs promos such as Buy One Get one half off, as well as a sale section that often features items for as much as 50 percent off!
5. Cotton On
Cotton On is an Australian company that has recently begun opening stores in the U.S. and has a website for U.S.-based shoppers. The site often runs specials such as two tops or bottoms for $20, two for $10 sunglasses and two for $25 graphic tees. They also have a fabulous sale section where I recently found tops marked down to $5.95, boots for $10, jewelry for $2 and an adorable pair of smoking slipper-style shoes for $9.95. Cotton On also offers men’s and kids’ clothes and is always one of my first stops when I’m looking for cute, on-trend clothing and basics!
If you’re not familiar with TopShop, it may be because this British retailer currently only has a few locations in the U.S. They do, however, have a great website that offers clothing, shoes, accessories, makeup and more. TopShop, which refers to themselves as a "high street brand," sells everything from $6 camis to $700 leather jackets, and just about everything in between. If you’re not sure where to start, check out the sale section, which always has tons of goodies, including a "$20 and under” category. One of my favorite aspects of TopShop is their Tumblr page, which showcases their merchandise modeled by their employees and people on the street. In fact, you can even submit photos of yourself in TopShop goods!
Every savvy shopper is familiar with T.J.Maxx, but did you know that you can now shop T.J.Maxx online? The website, which offers women’s clothing, shoes and handbags, carries brands such as Earl Jeans, New Balance, Dolce Vita, Anne Klein and Nicole Miller. They also have a nice selection of designer merchandise including brands like See by Chloe, Rachel Zoe, Diane Von Furstenberg and many others for upwards of 50 percent off. One of the nice features of the T.J.Maxx website is that purchases made online at T.J.Maxx can be returned either by mail or in-store, as long at they are not final-sale items.
H&M has always been a go-to spot for the latest looks at ridiculously low prices, but not having locations in every state has made it difficult for many to get their hands on these items, and their website only showed what was available in stores. However, that all changed in August when H&M finally started selling their merchandise online! Just recently, I snagged some super cute tees marked from $9.95 to $4.95 and saw some other great pieces like an imitation leather biker jacket and fine-knit sweaters marked 50 percent off. In addition to finding great clothing pieces, H&M now offers a selection of home goods such as cushion covers, throws and candles for as low as $3.95!