What Are Your Favorite Online Shopping Sites?

What Are Your Favorite Online Shopping Sites?

Sarah Coffey
Nov 18, 2010

2010 has been an innovative year for online shopping. Just this week, Google launched Boutiques.com — a fashion site that uses a customized search algorithm to find clothes for you, while sites like Polyvore, Gilt, Groupon, and Stylecaster are steadily building big followings. In the world of home shopping, there have been some new launches, including our own beta Marketplace of store listings, Overstock's home decor sale site Eziba, and member's only sales site Decor Insider.

The old standbys also remain — Etsy, eBay, and Amazon are still giants of the online marketplace. With so many options out there, we're wondering where you go. To get the conversation started, here are a few of our favorite online shopping sites — add yours in the comments:

Etsy: The biggest and best handmade marketplace
V & M: A huge range of vintage styles and prices
1st Dibs: Glam antiques that are too rich for our blood but fun to ogle
Amazon: Always a good resource for comparison shopping
eBay: Great when you're looking for a specific vintage piece
Overstock.com: Good deals on furniture and rugs
The Beholder: A well curated online gallery of emerging artists
Craigslist: It's lot of work, but the deals are worth it
GoodWill: Easier than scouring your local thrift shop
HomeClick: Good deals for design-minded renovators
Fyndes: A members-only source for well edited, high-end antiques

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