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It Just Clicks1 of 12
By Paige Brettingen
Now that web shopping is the new window-shopping, we've rounded up a list of sites that will keep you clicking for more. Whether you're looking for handbags and jewelry, unique toys or rare art, these 12 online destinations are perfect for perusing—and making purchases. Get that bookmark tab ready.
Be Jeweled2 of 12
If accessories are your obsession, make this site your new homepage. In addition to offering quality pieces at affordable prices from designers such as Dara Ettinger and Maya Brenner. Baublebar introduces new jewelry five days a week, so you'll always stay ahead of the trends.
Perfect Fit3 of 12
A dream come true for shoe lovers, Milk and Honey Shoes allows you to design your very own footwear. Whether you want boots or sandals, leather or vegan, you can create your ideal pair right down to the heel height and toe shape, with prices starting at $225. Talk about personal shopping!
Art Mart4 of 12
Poketo aims to bring art to the masses. Browse an exclusive selection of accessories, apparel, home décor and tablewares made by local and international artists. Some of our favorites include character pens, "digest your life" planners and some beyond cute animal bookmark tabs.
Luxe for Less5 of 12
Buttons and Bows is an affordable vintage and luxury consignment boutique based in Los Angeles and featuring coveted clothing and handbags from Marc Jacobs and Philip Lim to Chanel and Jimmy Choo. The carefully curated shop authenticates the designer finds so you know they’re the real deal. Items are added daily, so this site is certainly worth a few "refresh" clicks throughout the day.
Funny Business6 of 12
This quirky San Francisco-based site is made for the hipster-set—or anyone with an ironic sense of human. GamaGo's collections of novel gift ideas start at $5 and include guitar spatulas, bow tie bag clips, and tshirts with colorful, cartoon-esque graphics.
Faraway Finds7 of 12
Get reasonably priced 19th and 20th century finds from Europe without the fluctuating currency conversions. P.O.S.H., a vintage-style home decor boutique, has scoured Europe for you and brought home reclaimed, hard-to-find pieces like Belgium jam pots for just $12 each
Green Scene8 of 12
For those who want to shop for eco-friendly, non-toxic, organic finds (isn't that all of us?), Moss Envy is a must click. The Minnesota-based store stocks fruit-pigmented lipgloss, recycled cardboard speakers, bamboo baby towels and more super green goods. With helpful eco-labels next to each product, you no longer have to search the fine print to know what you're buying.
9-to-5 Fun9 of 12
Most office supply stores are inherently depressing, but Poppin offers staplers, scissors, folders and more in bright, poppy shades. For the color shy, the site offers a virtual Design Your Desk tool, so you can experiment online—a perfect mid-day work distraction.
SHOP NOW: Tape dispensers, $12
You've Been Framed10 of 12
Looking to update your eyewear? Collins Bridge can help in your vision quest. Using your computer's Webcam, the site's virtual try on system lets you see which frames best suit your face. Even better, you can choose any five glasses to try on at home for five days and finally a 30-day return policy has you (and your eyes) protected.
Soap Star11 of 12
These must-have soaps and scrubs are handmade from essential oils and herbs and free of synthetic fragrances and harmful chemicals. The pampering products make perfect party favors or gift baskets when bundled together. Of course, you can always snag The Soap Kitchen's organic suds for yourself and transform an ordinary Monday into an extraordinary spa day.
Pay Day12 of 12
Get paid to shop online. Need we say more? Zuuzs is a virtual mall that sifts through 800 retail stores, like Macy's, Banana Republic and The Home Depot to find exactly what you're looking to buy. The site then sends you a cash-back reward, some as much as 10% for your purchases. This may be what shopper heaven feels like.