Ok, let me start off by saying I’m not here to start a war or tell you not to shop at ModCloth. However, after the news broke that ModCloth was bought out by Jet.com and Walmart, I’ve been getting this question pretty frequently, “What other online stores are out there like ModCloth?”
So, I figured putting together a list of some websites that are similar to ModCloth might be useful! Though I still like ModCloth, I’ve personally started looking at other sites myself ever since ModCloth “upgraded” their website. If ModCloth gets their website fixed and keeps up their awesome vision and a wide-variety of cute clothing, I will continue to shop there. I’m willing to see what happens before I abandon ModCloth, as this is a company that in all honesty had gotten me started in blogging.
But, in the meantime, while we wait, these are some of the sites I’ve found that have helped me to fill that void. (This list is not in any particular order either, FYI.) I know there are loads more out there, so feel free to let me know some of your favorites in the comments! Enjoy!
*Disclosure: some of these links are affiliate links. Meaning, if you click a link and make a purchase, Have Clothes, Will Travel gets a very small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible!
15 Online Stores with Similar Products to ModCloth
1.) Unique Vintage
Unique Vintage carries a great range of retro-inspired designers with everything from swimsuits to wiggle dresses and wedding attire. I also love all their quirky prints!
Click here to check out Unique Vintage.
2.) Tatyana Boutique
ModCloth actually carries some of Tatyana Boutique’s clothing. That was how I discovered this store. So, now you could just buy it straight from the source! (And Tatyana Boutique is on point in the quality department, I am here to tell you!)
Click here to check out Tatyana Boutique.
eShakti has a great range of cute dresses, skirts and pants in a wide variety of sizes. They also have started adding a lot of quirky prints! Oh, and if that’s not enough, they also have the option to customize your sizing and the style of the clothes you order! It’s pretty nifty, actually. I have really loved my dresses from eShakti (and they have pockets)!
Click here to check out eShakti.
4.) B.A.I.T Footwear
Again, ModCloth carries a lot of B.A.I.T. footwear on their site. So, if cute, vintage-inspired shoes are what you crave, you should check out B.A.I.T. footwear’s own site!
Click here to check out B.A.I.T Footwear.
I love window shopping on Anthropolgie. They have such beautiful, boho-chic clothing. But, they are pricier than ModCloth. (Which is why I’ve just been window shopping and not acutally buying.) But, if a special occasion arises, I’ll be heading to Anthropologie to check out their dress selection! (They also have cute, retro swimwear!)
Click here to check out Anthropologie.
6.) Review Australia
One of my favorite things about living in Australia is all the Review Australia stores! Their clothes are so gorgeous and girly. And they’re very similar to what you would find on ModCloth’s site (but again, they are a bit pricier). I do apologize for U.S. friends, though, as I know the international shipping on their website can also get a little expensive. But, it’s still worth taking a peek.
Click here to check out Review Australia.
7.) Pinup Girl Clothing
I personally have not shopped at Pinup Girl Clothing, but it has come highly recommended to me by fellow bloggers with similar style to me. And I know it’s a favorite in the vintage-reproduction community.
Click here to check out Pinup Girl Clothing.
I know this one may seem a little crazy. But lately, I have been having awesome luck finding vintage-inspired clothing and shoes on Amazon. I even ordered some decent petticoats from them!
ModCloth also carries some Folter pieces, but you can order directly from the source on Folter Clothing’s website! Folter Clothing is all about quirky/sort of morbid prints and they also carry lingerie. It’s a very unique website.
Click here to check out Folter.
10.) Closet London
Another brand I was introduced to via ModCloth. They have so many cute dreses, and I own entirely too many of them. They all also have no shortage of floral prints – my favorite! It is a U.K. based brand, though. So, be sure to check shipping costs.
Click here to check out Closet London.
ASOS has some fantastic skirts and dresses. And even though they are a British-based company, their international shipping rates are very reasonable.
Click here to check out ASOS.
12.) Retrolicious Brand
This site has the best prints as well! I have a map skirt from Retrolicious that continues to grace my outfit posts over and over again. (You can even see it in my most recent blog post.) Again, this is another brand that ModCloth carries. But you can certainly find a wider variety of Retrolicious dresses, skirts, tops, etc. on their own website versus the select few pieces ModCloth has available on theirs.
Click here to check out Retrolicious Brand.
13.) Irregular Choice
Love out-of-this-world quirky shoes? Look no further! Irregular Choice has you covered. (This is another U.K. brand also carried by ModCloth.)
Click here to check out Irregular Choice.
14.) Shabby Apple
This is another brand I have found through fellow bloggersbut have not yet tried. They have super feminine, retro style clothing that is high-quality (from what I’ve been told).
Click here to check out Shabby Apple.
15.) Bernie Dexter
A favorite in the vintage-reproduction community, Bernie Dexter consits of pin up dresses, pants, skirts, tops and jackets designed by the famous Bernie Dexter herself.
Click here to check out Bernie Dexter’s website.
*Bonus: Clema W.
I couldn’t make this list and not give a shoutout to the lovely Erin over at Clema W. She handmakes all of her retro-inspired dresses with some of the cutest prints I have ever seen. She was inspired to start making dresses by her Grandma, Clema W. This store is her way of honoring her Grandma’s memory
Click here to check out Clema W.
I know there are many more sites out there as well. So, if you have any more sites to recommend please let me know in the comments section, below!