If you’re stuck in a style rut and looking to try something new, you’ve come to the right place. Savoir Flair has scoured the world wide web to bring you six hidden online gems from South Korea, Singapore, London, and our very own UAE. This roundup of bookmark-worthy websites is too good not to share; all of them offer accessible and affordable pieces to shop from the comfort of your own couch. Enjoy payday week, but don’t stay up too late!
Based in Singapore, Exhibit offers affordable androgynous and directional dresses and separates perfect for any fashion-loving minimalist. If you do find yourself visiting the Lion City, make sure to swing by their brick-and-mortar store, which offers clever and meticulous tailoring services too.
The Loeil is an LA-based, well-cherished website to bookmark and shop from for the fashion-savvy. The site, with an underlying minimal design Philo-sophy, hits it hard with the street style trends and offers free worldwide shipping if you spend beyond AED 600.
Style Nanda is a stylish online destination hailing from Seoul, South Korea. This trendy site not only offers high-quality, one-sized items, but the lookbooks are also flawlessly styled and will give you endless sartorial inspiration.
Born in 2014, Finery London is a womenswear brand that offers both contemporary and classic designs for women who appreciate clothes and craftsmanship. Good news for UAE shoppers: Finery London will ship any order over AED 1,000 for free.
Oak + Fort is a well-curated online shopping website from Canada that provides its customer attainable luxury by offering thoughtfully designed wardrobe basics and beyond.
Vesmasina (which means washing machine in Croatian) was founded by two longtime friends, Andrea Ercegovic and Reem Abdullah, who both studied International Business and Economics in Switzerland. The Dubai-based e-commerce site not only prides itself on stocking international designer brands and buys from the founders’ travels around the world, but it also supports homegrown brands like House of Nomad and has long-term plans to collaborate with regional talent to create and sell exclusive pieces for the site.