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The Best Online Shopping Apps That Will Just Hook You in Without You Realizing It

Seriously, consider yourselves warned.
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Lately, everything's been about being online. You can't even begin to talk about fashion, specifically shopping, without mentioning e-comm (that's e-commerce for you clueless ones). By now, you most probably have retailers, apps, and sites you trust but with fashion, it pays to check multiple avenues for the latest drops and stocks.

From a classic menswear destination like Mr Porter to the uncurated vintage treasure that is eBay, here are the best online shopping apps that will hook you in and eat up all your time. (Seriously, consider yourselves warned.)

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1| Mr Porter

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When it comes to shopping online, Mr Porter offers a personalized service like no other. It's evident from the specially curated shopping lists to the delivery card you get that has your name on it. As for brands, Mr Porter's selection is also equally unmatched with Loewe, Beams Plus, Stone Island, and even grooming hits like Marvis and Le Labo in one site.

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2| Grailed

We talk about Grailed enough that you should know that if you're not on it, then you're missing out on a lot. Really, it's like a community of like-minded people brought together by clothing just, you know, more centered on scoring amazing deals and rare drops that you missed out on. You'll find everything from archival Margiela pieces to rare Air Jordans on the app.

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3| Lyst

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Lyst is not your ordinary shopping app. It's essentially the Trivago of fashion, comparing prices from almost every listing by different retailers around the world. The best thing about Lyst is you can get the best deals, especially through the sale alerts that the app has.

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4| Farfetch

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Farfetch is another online retailing giant that sells products from over 700 boutiques around the world. It's a hell of a online shopping site, and you'll be scrolling for hours looking at products from brands you've never heard of, amazing products you never even knew about, and classic luxury buys in plenty of stock.

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5| SSENSE

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If you really want your wardrobe to look like a fashion insider's, SSENSE is really the only way to go. Once a label is on SSENSE's radar, it's bound to be a success. You should also check out our list of honorable mention retailers such as End Clothing, Très Bien, and Totokaelo.

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6| StockX

You could mess with apps like eBay and Grailed for shopping, but if you want sneakers and sneakers alone, your best bet is StockX. The marketplace has all the hottest sneakers you could ever wish for from Yeezys, Jordans, Supreme streetwear, and even toys and collectibles as a bonus.

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7| eBay

Tired of having your shopping experience curated? eBay awaits. With the buy and sell app, you can figure out what you want for yourself and see some gems (and weird listings, too) along the way. It's like going into a random antique or thrift shop which is really want vintage shopping is all about.

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Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor of Esquire Philippines.
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