Are you a major anglophile, sartorially speaking? Do you fancy Suzie Bubble, Kate Moss and Alexa Chung, and appreciate that you can admire them from the comfort of beneath your own comforter? Do you like to keep up with what’s happening on High Street, but prefer to do it without a trip across the pond?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll be thrilled about the launch of Very.com. It’s a shopping site (currently in beta but you can show now!) that hails from Britain but caters to us Yanks. It features brands typically only available in the U.K., including exclusive access to Love Label and Goodsouls (men get a piece of the action too!). They also sell brands that might be familiar like Ash, French Connection and G-Star. They even have a sportswear section for you athletic types featuring brands like Nike, Adidas and Reebok for women and men. I love the idea of shopping for my exercise and fashiony clothes all in one place. They even carry plus sizes. Seriously, how often do you find so much clothing shopping temptation (not to mention convenience) in one place?
And it won’t be a shopping-only destination—Very.com will also bring you the latest fashion from the sidewalks of London with their British street style section, currently edited by by Suzi Tse of StyleSuzi.
If you sign up with Very.com through the widget below, you’ll get a VIP discount of 20 percent off from Black Friday through Cyber Monday!
Some kind of boring but important deets about Very.com, just so you don’t think it’s some fly-by-night operation: It’s part of Shop Direct Group, which is one of the leading European and British online retailers. The company delivers to more than 50 countries across North America and Europe, has 10 million registered customers, and delivers more than 25 million packages per year. Its brands get more than 500,000 website visits every day. So yeah, not to worry that they’ve got no practice in this fashion retailing thing.
One more bit of fine print: I wrote this post for Very.com in exchange for compensation. I (and the FTC) just thought you should know. But I really do like the site and mean all of the words I wrote above. Swear.