I’m ever so slightly obsessed with Mod Cloth a website full to the brim of absolutely gorgeous and unique clothing, accessories, footwear and even homeware. It’s place where someone like me with a love of vintage and retro could potentially lose control and shop up a storm. I even purchased my wedding dress from Mod Cloth (but I can’t say anymore on that)
I’m so much in love with Mod Cloth that I’ve got 7 different wishlists on the go, and am trying to come up with a plan to get rid of all my current clothes and replace them with my Mod Cloth finds. I do have a major problem though, I am severely struggling to narrow down my wishlist items to determine what to purchase first… and there are a lot of things in my wishlists While shipping isn’t free I’m more than happy to pay the thirty odd dollars to have my shopping posted, I’d spend the same on petrol and food if I was shopping in Auckland anyway, and of course Mod Cloth is delightfully unique which is always an added bonus.
More than just retailer, Mod Cloth is also home to an amazing blog… that unlike other retailer blogs isn’t a hard sell aimed at pushing more product. It feels more like a community than your stock standard retailer offering eCommerce, their fashion lookbook shows women of all sizes and their style gallery showcases their clothing worn by customers rather than rake thin models. It’s pretty clear that I’m in love with Mod Cloth.
BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE… if the item you want is out of stock, fear not! Mod Cloth reorder based on demand and can nofity you via email if the item you love becomes available again. Sweet right?!
I’m eagerly awaiting the arrival of my next Mod Cloth delivery so will keep you posted.