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Shop the Country's Best Boutiques From Your Bed

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Small Boutiques Across the Country With Great Online Shops

One of the most gratifying things about traveling is getting to shop cool, small boutiques in a city that’s not your own. The sense of excitement, and above all else, the fun that comes from browsing a totally new retail scene and discovering labels you’ve never seen before is reason enough to board a plane.

But in some cases, you don’t have to. While many of these special little shops don't operate web stores, a handful of them do it so well that online fans might not even realize they’re anchored by brick-and-mortar operations.

We've pulled together a list of the very best — some you may already know, and several you've probably never heard of — to shake up your online shopping routine. —Cory Baldwin, shopping editor

Avenue: Tucson
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Alexis Mosij’s Tucson shop brings together the perfect mix of hand-picked vintage, indie clothing, antique furniture, and handmade jewelry. Similarly, Avenue’s web shop gives you all the right puzzle pieces, plus the inspiration on how to put them together — though even if you blindly picked out clothing and accessories here, they’d look like they were meant to be worn together thanks to the shop’s tight vision.

Fivestory: New York City
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With a preorder service to rival e-com powerhouse Moda Operandi and an impressive roster of designers both established and up-and-coming, Fivestory’s website is a clutch addition to your bookmarks folder. Like the Upper East Side townhouse where the IRL boutique is housed, the site feels as luxe as the goods on offer. But don’t rule it out if you’re on a budget; there are some under-$200 purchases to be made here, too.

Frances May: Portland
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Frances May stocks men’s and women’s clothes you’ll want to wear everyday, plus a small selection of books, kids clothes, and gifts for the home. There’s a lot to discover here, but even when presenting brands you may already be familiar with (Ilana Kohn, Samuji, Nomia, Henrik Vibskov) Frances May styles them in such a way that they feel new, and fit into a very particular vision you’ll want to buy into. Like some of the other sites, this shop runs cool editorials featuring the goods they stock each season.

Imogene + Willie: Nashville
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This Nashville-based, American-made denim brand offers up their awesome men’s and women’s jeans, jackets, and T-shirts alongside a great selection of home products, vintage, and collaborations with other brands. While the jeans are great, the one-of-a-kind section is one of the most fun to browse — there you’ll find vintage band tees, antique jewelry, engraved lighters, home textiles, and even vintage motorcycle gear.

Mohawk General Store: Los Angeles
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While Mohawk may have the range of products to qualify as a general store, it leaves the whole urban pioneer cliché behind. Instead, this LA-based shop stocks high-end apparel for men and women from designers like Dries Van Noten, Sandy Liang, Needles, and others. The art objects, vintage textiles, and fancy perfumes available under the home section aren’t super extensive but are worth checking out.

Sincerely Tommy: Brooklyn
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Located on a quiet block in Bed Stuy, Kai Avent de Leon’s concept shop Sincerely Tommy carries cutting-edge emerging designers (Rejina Pyo, Kim Shui, Loq) alongside mint condition vintage pieces, sculptural jewelry, and the shop’s own line of souped-up basics. With products shot on models that look like real people (albeit really cool ones), the site is a great place to go for outfit inspiration too, whether or not you end up making a purchase.

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Putting a little extra effort into the look and feel of your nightly routine can make a big difference. And the fashion industry’s recent obsession with pajamas has inspired a new class of designers making great loungewear, so you don’t have to just settle for only a decade-old T-shirt or house dress. Here, five new sleepwear brands to get familiar with.

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