Christmas shopping can be taxing nowadays. You need to go to the store, fight with other shoppers, and spend just about all of your money. Online shopping can take away all of the hassles, hopefully, these seven stores will make your holiday season a bit easier.
Uncommongoods is like Etsy's cool older sister. Everything on the site is designed by independent artists, and their wares vary widely enough that there’s something for just about everyone on your shopping list.
2. Retro Planet
Retro Planet is perfect for someone who’s into vintage home decor. Although they carry dining basics like coffee mugs and plates, they also carry some fun stuff too. My personal favorites are their penny candy jars and neon signs.
3. Shop Jeen
If you have a friend, sister, or cousin with an edgy personality, this is a great place to buy a gift. They have slightly risque, feminist selection to choose from, which ranges from apparel to a vibrating mascara wand. Ya know, for your “eyelashes.”
Sure, it’s not the most unique, but ThinkGeek is great for anyone who’s into pop culture, and they carry everything from apparel to action figures at reasonable prices.
Medusa's Make-Up has some great finds for relatively cheap. Think of them as Lime Crime without the history of fraud. Especially great finds are their liquid lipsticks and cosmetic glitters. As a plus, their cosmetics are all cruelty-free.
Socks for Christmas may have been a nightmare as a child, but they’re a perfect gift for someone who wants to brighten up a professional outfit with quirky accessories.
If you’re short on cash this holiday season, Hollar might be the answer to your problems. While their cheap toys make them especially great for buying kid’s gifts, you can also score some cheap makeup, accessories and electronics.