Some good online stores for girls? (not anything ultra-fast fashion)

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fitney123
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Hey everyone! Im moving to the UK soon and to be honest, Im really struggling to find any good online stores to shop from. Everything I seem to find are sites like shein, PLL, misspap, boohoo etc. All ultra fast fashion shops with not the best quality. I would really like to find something else.

A few store I love to shop at before i moved would be sites lie peppermayo, princess polly and tigermist. All quite affordable, but from my experience not as bad quality as some of the stores i mentioned above. Also love for example aritzia for a more "higher end" option. Anyone got any recomendations for where i could go look for stores similar to these?
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I strongly recommend Depop. If you haven't heard of it, it is an app where you can sell/buy second hand/vintage/crafted clothing, with such a variety of products, all quite fashionable. Because some items are second hand, you can get good quality items (especially ones that have only been worn once or twice) for much cheaper than the retail price. Plus, it is better for the environment as less clothing is going to waste and you can sell your own items and earn some money!
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(Original post by fitney123)
Hey everyone! Im moving to the UK soon and to be honest, Im really struggling to find any good online stores to shop from. Everything I seem to find are sites like shein, PLL, misspap, boohoo etc. All ultra fast fashion shops with not the best quality. I would really like to find something else.

A few store I love to shop at before i moved would be sites lie peppermayo, princess polly and tigermist. All quite affordable, but from my experience not as bad quality as some of the stores i mentioned above. Also love for example aritzia for a more "higher end" option. Anyone got any recomendations for where i could go look for stores similar to these?
If you're trying to avoid fast fashion it's probably worth looking at sites like Depop & Vinted. Also Ebay- yes there's a lot of fast fashion stuff on there but you can find something for everyone there if you look for it.
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H&M is apparently quite sustainable
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Nobody's child is my favourite and they are sustainable for an online company and reasonably priced. As others have said depop is also great! Lucy and Yak, Heiko are also good for ethical stuff and H&M is probs the best on the high street.
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Researching on google is good because apparently h and m is a good one but I’m not sure
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