Switching Up Your Wardrobe? Try These Alternative Clothing Sites

Everyone needs a change now and then, whether it’s a simple haircut or a full closet rehaul. If you’re in the latter category, or if you’re simply looking for some new websites to find or discover your unique sense of style, then there are plenty of options out there for you!

The latest fashion trends we’ve been seeing on social media are the “e-boys” and “e-girls.” Rather than simply target that one specific style of clothing, here is a compiled list of various sites that offer extremely different—albeit all unconventional—products from one another.


1. Tunnel Vision

This online thrift store gives you the option of browsing through vintage clothing by the era! What more could we ask for!? If you’re looking for an original piece to add to your collection, this might be your first and last stop!

Price: $$


2. Mercury Girl

This site splits their clothing into a series of collection including, but not limited to:

  • Soft girls
  • E-girls
  • Butterfly aesthetic
  • Y2k girls
  • Baddie aesthetic
  • Gothic & punk glam
  • Pastel perfection

No matter what your alternative style may look like, there’s surely to be a collection tailored just for your very taste.

Price: $


3. Trash and Vaudeville

Some are into pastels, some are into earth tones, some focus heavily on primary colors… if you’re one of the lovely people that likes to keep their wardrobe almost entirely set to black, Trash and Vaudeville is the clear choice.

With tons of different styles (and a pop of color here and there!) these clothes do not disappoint.

Bonus fact: the Trash and Vaudeville site contains select products from other brands, such as:

Price: $$

4. Cease & Desist

This truly unique company casts a vast majority of POC models for their products, and ties in national and cultural problems with their ensembles. While the clothes don’t only look fresh in every possible way, the way the company is so focused on cultural inclusion can only bring in more respect and understanding between everyone involved.

Price: $$$



If you’re into all things lace, leather, bondage pants, and combat boots, this site might be your soulmate. This store is, according to their official website, “a staple in New York City streetwear.” And judging by some of these outfits… we don’t doubt it!

While some of the items featured on the site may be on the pricier side of things, TRIPP NYC has some banging sales that slash prices by up to 50%! (Also: Billie Eilish is repping for the brand!)

Price: $$$

Limited time offer: receive 30% off select dresses (no code needed)


6. Angry Young and Poor

Ah, another hotspot of bondage pants. What kind of world would we live in if these weren’t around? Would it even be a world worth living in?

Jokes aside, this totally punk 90s-inspired site features all things retro. Whether you’re looking for a raunchy plaid dress, the now-popular split leg pants, Joe Exotic pins, or some fierce bullet belts, you’re surely in for a treat.

Price: $

Limited time offer: use code AYPTOGETHER to get 10% off ALL purchases

7. Crash Bang Boom

Calling all die-hard punk, metal, and rock fans to the stage! 

Crash Bang Boom is notorious for their vast selection of band shirts featuring both well-known and underground artists. In the same site, users can browse many options of chokers, belts, wristbands, cuffs, leather jackets, and much more.

If you really needed any more bang for your buck, this Philly-originated brand has special effects hair dye you can buy for the same price as a meal at Chipotle. And before anyone asks, yes, the brand of the bleach is Manic Panic. Anyone else having a flashback right now?

Price: $


8. Bomb Clothing Co.

Bomb Clothing uses visual artistry to bring life and emotion into their clothing while still maintaining a youthful aesthetic, and it’s very evident if you look at any one piece. They even have new collections coming out every 1-2 months, so mark your calendars!

Did we also mention their freaking cool homepage?

Price: $


9. Billionaire Boys Club

The legendary actor Mark Wahlberg made Wahlbergs. Hip-hop star Pharrell Williams established, well… Billionaire Boys Club.

The “Happy” singer has always been unofficially known for his good sense of style, but we don’t think anyone expected him to pop off as much as he did with his brand. All of the clothes start of pretty simple, such as a long sleeve shirt, but have some interesting characteristic that makes them so unique.

(Yes, Billionaire Boys Club sells face masks, and yes, they shared a full page on their website dedicated to the Black Lives Matter movement!)

Price: $$$


10. 82 Ave

Mesh… fishnets… neon…

82 Ave is a very niche site in that it caters mostly to those looking to get dressed up to go out clubbing or raving, and only has a handful of items that are socially acceptable for everyday use.

If going out isn’t your thing, no need to fret: they also have a small selection of loungewear and sundresses!

Price: $$


11. Black Market Toronto

Okay, we will admit it… this is not your typical online store. HOWEVER, that just makes it all the more unique. Each clothing and accessory item is one of a kind in the most literal sense of the word.

Join with us in poking around the site to see what clothing they have in our sizes. And always remember: when in doubt, go oversized!

Price: $


12. Irregular Choice

Hello bold ladies and gents! If you’re ready to or have already broken out your neons, pastels, and pompoms, rest assured that there is applause coming your way.

Irregular Choice has possibly the most unique products, that mainly come in the form of footwear, handbags, and earrings. Whatever you’re thinking… no, it’s not that.

They even have tons of products for LGBTQ+ Pride, Disney, weddings, and vintage looks! Honestly… what can’t this store do?

Price: $$$


13. Dolls Kill

Ah yes, the fan favorite. How could anyone write an article on grunge and streetwear without mentioning the queen of them all?

Dolls Kill seems to gather the general consensus that it is very hit or miss, but boy, when you find those few items… they are guaranteed to become the pivotal part of your wardrobe for the next 5+ years.

The “LOOKZ” that Dolls Kill is currently promoting include:

  • #StayHome — athleisure at its optimal state of comfort
  • Social Butterfly — butterflies, butterflies, and oh, did we mention more butterflies?
  • Such Great Heights — every style of platform heel you can imagine
  • Blue Jean Baby — they may not all be blue, but at least nearly everything is denim
  • Beach Club — did someone say bikinis?
  • Thru Da Haze — bring back summer camp vibes with these tie dye masterpieces!

Price: $$

Limited time offer: Use code SUMMER to get 20% off EVERYTHING


14. Kreepsville 666

There’s alternative. There’s grunge. There are e-boys and e-girls. Goths and punks. And everyone in between. Nonetheless… we can’t be quite sure what aesthetic this site is promoting. But it doesn’t matter, because we’re totally here for it!

Dubbed “The Original Scare Wear,” Kreepsville 666 lives up to its name. Most of the products feature full skeletons, spiderwebs, and (so it seems?) references to vampires and ghouls.

While this sort of style may not be everyone’s cup of tea, there are so many ways to rock a cherry skull print skirt that we can’t even complain. 

Price: $

Bonus tip: there are tons of monster face masks that would be cool to check out! You can try scaring an annoying neighbor with it.


15. Elwood

90s skate brand turned vintage inspired clothing? Say less!

There’s a lot going on at Elwood, so we figured we’d break down some of what (we thought) were the most important facts:

  • Tapered pants are all the rage
  • Literally any kind of jogger
  • Vintage tees from your wildest dreams
  • Tie dye. Camoflague. Granite.
  • Eagles!!!!

Price: $$

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