For this week’s Who Wear What, we decided to switch it up a bit. Since the semester will soon to be over and we’re all about to head home, we wanted to give you a few resources to find quality, fashionable items away from Columbia.
Etsy, www.etsy.com, is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell handmade/vintage items. Etsy has a wide selection of women and men’s apparel and accessories. They carry jewelry, art, and kids apparel as well. Because Etsy is considered a marketplace, there is a wide price range so there’s something for everyone.
Go Jane, www.gojane.com, is like an online Forever21 or Love Culture. They have a wide variety of women’s shoes, accessories, and apparel. Their prices are fairly reasonable, and they have a huge selection of sale merchandise if you’re looking to get a head start on your shopping for next season.
Dope Junkyard, www.dopejunkyard.com, is an up and coming online thrift store that blends a mixture of stock items from unique brands and designers with a very detailed selection of thrift items. At Dope Junkyard, fashion enthusiasts can buy and sell pieces from every corner of the world. They have women and men’s apparel, accessories, and household items. If you have vintage or “dope” household pieces of your own to contribute, there is a link to add it to Dope Junkyard’s collection.
ASOS, us.asos.com, is an online store, marketplace, and an all-around great resource for fashion advice. The online store offers women and men’s apparel and accessories. The prices on ASOS’ online store go from dirt cheap to very expensive. But there’s something for everyone. If you’re more into vintage items, this marketplace is perfect for you. There, you can buy and sell pre-owned merchandise. The site’s “outfits and looks” tab is equipped with all the tips and tricks you need to inspire your inner fashionista.