Which is the best online shopping site for women?

pradeepkumar
Asked Oct 21, 2015
Womens fashion is a tricky subject. Wide variety, ever changing fashions, size charts that vary by manufacturers and of course the fact that women are very selective when it comes to what they like and what they don't. In the US and canada, I usually stick to the major retailers who have their own e-com sites - www.macys.com, www.jcpenney.com. I also find good deals on eBay, www.etsy.com and amazon, though that's not the first name that comes to mind when women go shopping. Additionally there are sites that cater to the bohemian, ethnic, fusion minded women. One site that caught my attention was www.riafashions.com. I love the tunics on the site, which in India are called kurtis. Most of the regular sized Indian Kurtis can be worn with skirts, trousers, shorts or even as beach wear. The longer sized tunics or indian Kurtis or Indian Kurtas are actually knee or shin length and can be worn without any thing on the bottom, in the form of a long dress. Their online indian kurtis range from cotton, to silk, to polyester and prices range from a mouth dropping $ 15 to an affordable $ 60 for party wear. They also carry a wide range of 3 piece ensembles called Salwar Suit or Salwar Kurta. It includes a long tunic on the top which is usually well embellished with embroidery, mirror work etc and a loose fitting yoga pant like trouser, string tied, and a scarf called dupatta or chunni. I bought my first set of India kurtis online in the USA a few years ago from www.riafashions.com and love to go back there once in a while just to browse or do some impulsive purchases. After all its not often that you can resist a eye catching bright patterned indian kurti that is so reasonably priced
edpro
Answered Mar 06, 2016
Hmmm best online shops for jewelries? I supposed you are not meaning very expensive brands like tiffany or cartel. Before I use to shop these two platforms
Aliexpress and Faypark.
However recently I prefer faypark more, I think they have trendiest stuff and they are quiet cheaper as well.
Try them and share ur experience coz they are still new I bet, www.faypark.com
zperception
Answered Nov 02, 2018
In case you haven’t heard Faypark, it’s the Cheapest fashion accessories online store ever existed, known for designing authentic, affordable gemstone jewelry with just a touch of modern charm. While I’d prefer not to disclose exactly how many items I own (it’s embarrassing how much I’ve collected), I will tell you that I do own multiple necklaces and earrings because they offer just the right amount of glam for everyday wear.
The necklaces come in multiple colors plus you can get all size online in just a minute. Gift wrapping is free, too. (Score—one less thing to worry about!)
I'm not the only one to take notice of the pretty piece Faypark have been seen showing off. There’s also a long list of other celebs, and Instagram influencer including ………. (she snapped a selfie wearing Faypark Products), who can’t get enough of these accessories.
So what are you waiting for? Pick one up for yourself, and then prepare to thank us when you finish your holiday shopping extra early this year.
Jillagopi
Answered Nov 02, 2018
I have got many special earrings, rings, and accessories in www.faypark.com

akhilchoudarapa
Answered 4 days ago
Try Faypark and Aliexpress for some cool stuffs, however to be get really cool stuffs and cheaper. I go to faypark as first option
Faypark
Answered 4 days ago
There are so many best online shopping sites available for women. You can choose one of them as per your interest. 10 days before I bought a new designer dress and shoe from https://bqemporium.com/ at a very reliable price. I think it’s the best women’s shopping site which is providing the latest kinds of dress, bags, and shoes. You can try those products. I am 100% sure you will never disappointed.

sherygarcia
Answered 17 hours ago
Edited 17 hours ago

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