If you’re a regular reader you’ll know that I love online shopping, and I have a bookmarks folder full of links to UK online clothing stores to prove it. Rather than keep all these gems to myself, though, today I thought I’d share those links with you, so you too can enjoy the wonders of stalking that one perfect dress online, right up until the moment it goes out of stock (normally around 5 seconds after you decide to buy it…)

This list contains everything you could possibly need from UK online clothing stores, from designer clothes to cheapest and chic-est stores on the high street. I’m planning to update the list regularly, so don’t forget to bookmark it and check back regularly.   This directory contains links to only those women’s online clothing stores located in the UK, or which have a UK / British version of their website. For fashion websites located elsewhere, please stay tuned – I’ll (hopefully!) have more clothing directories online soon.

UK online clothing stores for women - directory on women's online clothing stores in the UK

UK ONLINE CLOTHING STORES FOR WOMEN

 

A

&Other Stories

Abercrombie & Fitch
Accessorize
All Saints

Anthropologie
ASOS.com

Aspire Style

B

Baukjen

Boden
BooHoo
Browns

C

Cruise
Coast
Coggles

D

Debenhams
Desire Clothing
Diva Catwalk
Dorothy Perkins

F

FatFace

F&F
Fever
Flannels
French Connection

G

Gap
George

H

H&M
Harrods
Harvey Nichols
Hobbs
House of Fraser

Hush

J

Jane Norman
Joe Browns

Joules

John Lewis
Joy

K

Karen Millen

Kate Spade

L

La Redoute
Lipsy
Look Again

M

Mango
Marks & Spencer
Matalan
Matches
Missguided
Miss Selfridge
Monsoon

N

Net-a-Porter
New Look
Next

O

Oasis

P

Peacocks
Promod

Q

Quiz

R

Reiss
River Island

S

Selfridges

SilkFred

Spoiled Brat

Sugarhill Boutique

T

The Outnet
Topshop

U

Uniqlo
Urban Outfitters

V

Very

W

Wallis
Warehouse
Whistles

Y

Yoox.com

Z

Zara

(Note to brands: I’m not currently accepting new entries for this directory, but if you’re interested in advertising on the site, please click here for details!)

3 Comments
    1. I actually don’t think I’ve ever shopped from Tiger Milly (my Hell Bunny cardigans all came from eBay, if that’s what you mean?), but would probably class them as retro rather than high street, and I’ll be doing a separate list for retro brands… I haven’t heard of the first one, but will take a look!

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