Can’t be bothered to brave the crowds in Sogo for a shopping spree? Don’t fancy traipsing the streets of Central in search of your latest style find? Well thanks to the magic of the Internet, these days you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to get your fashion fix! To help all you fellow shopaholics, we’ve rounded up the top 35 fashion websites that offer free shipping to Hong Kong – happy clicking, girls!

1. Shopbop (free delivery to HK when you spend over US$100)

You know it… you love it…. So why aren’t you buying more?! It only takes about 3 days for whatever you order to arrive, so go ahead and indulge! Shopbop has tonnes of big-name brands and designers that aren’t available in Hong Kong – and even better, ones that are but for cheaper prices! And if for some reason you don’t know about all the awesome features that Shopbop has to offer, you can read about them in our article here.

2. Zalora

This new Asia-based e-boutique on the block offers affordable fashion delivered right to your door. Be sure to check out the under HK$300 section for some cute ballet flat options – and check out our full scoop here!


At ASOS, it’s easy to try the trends without breaking the bank. There are thousands of pieces to choose from and all for put-it-in-my-cart prices, including ASOS’ cool in-house lines as well as staples of the British High Street like French ConnectionTed BakerWhistlesOasisWarehouse and River Island. They also have an extensive range of lingerie, swimwear, shoes, accessories, jewellery and cosmetics (just make sure you check the make-up items carefully, as not all can be shipped to HK), plus petite, plus-size and maternity ranges. Don’t forget to check out the ASOS Marketplace for a slew of new designers including HK’s own Fifi and Itsie Bitsie!

4. Vamastyle

If you are looking for frocks perfect for our seemingly never ending HK sun, then try Vamastyle on for size. This Singaporean label knows a thing or two about staying cool! We love all their long breezy dresses in playful candy-coloured prints that could easily cover you on the beach, then show you off at the bar – check out our full scoop here.

5. Romwe

Looking to get stopped on the street for your style? Then you should check out Romwe! Prices are cheap, choices are plentiful and yup… shipping is free! We love the poufy party dresses and over abundance of rhinestones and spikes.

6. ZaoZao

HK-based ZaoZao is a great site for supporting the local design scene and discovering new talent. How does it work? 1. You browse the selections from local designers. 2. You pre-order whatever it is you love. 3. Once the designers have received enough pre-orders, they will then be able to produce those items. The trick is making sure that the pre-order limit is met by the designer’s deadline – this means you need to spread the word and persuade your friends to order some goodies as soon as possible too! Zaozao will also show you how close the item is to production; you won’t be charged until the item has been successfully funded and produced. Get more deets in our full article here.

7. A Boy Named Sue

Being eco-friendly never looked so good! Stylish Hong Kong fashion bloggers Sam and Tania bring you their fave picks of socially conscious clothing labels from around the globe (you can see their current fave items here). Now if only they shipped those cakes and cookies that Sam is famous for baking too!

8. Pretty Dangerous

If you’re not into delicate gems and want something with a bit more edge, then Pretty Dangerous is for you. Owner Alison Tam has brought us a carefully curated range of skulls, spikes, snakes and stones from designers not previously available in HK, which will have you looking tough as nails… but in the most glam way possible! Get the full scoop here.

9. Novelty Lane

Shop independent boutiques from all over Asia without leaving your living room! Styles at Novelty Lane vary from the everyday to the avant-garde and each boutique boasts something new, so it’s best to comb the site thoroughly. If you are into crazy t-shirts and quirky jewellery then you’re in luck! Hong Kong vintage boutiqueSelect 18 also sells through Novelty Lane – check out a few of our other fave brands here.

10. The9thMuse

Accessories are the name of the game at The9thMuse (and now a sprinkling of beauty products too!). Cool brands like A Peace Treaty, House of Harlow, TangramEdge of Ember, and Elizabeth & James can all be found here along with loads of other amazing trinkets and charms to bedazzle yourself with. Resolutions about not shopping will go out the window once you click the link!

11. Maison de J

If you love fashion, then Maison de J is for you! Everything in this HK-based e-boutique is crave-worthy and looks like it leapt off the pages of your fave fashion mag, with cutting-edge designers like Holly Fulton, Matthew Williamson and Temperley London amongst their ranks. Visual interest is the name of the game – this site doesn’t just sell clothing but wearable art! I’m in love!


Luisa Via Roma is an Italian-based luxury shopping destination featuring incredibly cool pieces that you won’t find anywhere else. They boast shapes, prints and colours that will get you noticed wherever you go from top-end brands like ChloeIsabel MarantMichael KorsRoksanda Illincic and Erdem. We also love the handbag collection and the OTT accessories!

13. The Melez

Couch surfing just got cooler with the launch of The Melez! Now you can shop some incredibly on trend pieces without even leaving your seat. The prints on the Charlotte Taylor pieces make us want fill up our carts, the retro Orla Kiely dresses would be perfect for work, whilst Wellicious loungewear looks like the perfect thing to slouch in whilst doing all this online shopping in the first place! Looks like my whole life can be outfitted from this new fantastic site; see our full scoop on The Melez here!

14. Shop des Creaturs

Want to be the coolest kid in town? Done! Just pick any one of the pieces from the 47 local HK designers listedhere! Designers in stock include Bubies, Book of Deer, Daydream Nation, Magnan&Tse, Maisha Concept,MISCHA, niin Jewellery and S.Nine to name but a few. Be sure to spend some time on this site, as each page is better than the next… And once you are sporting a piece from each of the HK designers, move on to trying designers from some of the other 13 locales listed too!

15. Next

British High Street favourite Next delivers easy-to-wear pieces perfect for both work and play. This site is a great way to embrace the trends but on a more conservative scale, so that you can easily throw outfits on for a corporate function or play group without looking like you’re taking part in a crazy Tyra Banks-style Next Top Model shoot. Check out the special sections for tall, petite and maternity too for a truly perfect fit!

16. Aroxta

Looking to up the ante on your arm party or take your necklace stacking to new heights? Need a new swimsuit or maybe just some new sheets? Then shop Aroxta! This site offers wares from designers like Burnt Oringe, Marijoli, Johnny Loves Rosie, ShoeSee, Taara and Wanderlust swimwear. Everything from outfitting your self to your home is on this site so be sure to keep it in mind next time you are in need of a last minute gift and don’t have time to hit the boutiques!

17. Tangram

Our former That Girl, Paola Sinisterra, has created a line perfect for the artistic urbanite on the go! Fabrics are breathable, cuts are modern and forgiving, and prints and colours are plentiful – making this the perfect HK line! Be sure to check out Tangram’s chunky bobble necklaces, which jazz up even the simplest of outfits.

18. ChristingC

You may follow her blog or you may have seen her as a Sassy That Girl, but surely you know Christing C by now! After years of blogging, Christing decided that she would use her newfound contacts and long-time love of clothing to create her own boutique. Insight, Stolen Girlfriends Club, Maurie & Eve and Lauren Conrad’s Paper Crown are just a few of the perfectly chosen ahead-of-the-trend brands that she carries. Shop here if you long to be style stalked on the streets on the Kong and beyond!

19. What The Frock

In need of a dress that will take you from the boardroom to the dance floor? What the Frock has a line of easy-to-wear and totally affordable dresses that are made from all natural fabrics to keep you looking and feeling cool! They can be dressed up or down depending on the accessories, so buy a few and you are set no matter your wardrobe requirements! Read our interview with founder Maria here.

20. Aftermath

HK-based designer Nina Ricardo offers cute vintage-inspired dresses that are perfect for your summer sightseeing or next picnic in the park! Inspiration is drawn from the 1950’s silhouette (think cinched waist and voluminous skirts –  very Betty Draper), making them eternally flattering on every shape. Read our interview with Nina here.

21. Vaughan

This new Hong Kong label to watch specialises in luxurious button-down silk shirts in a variety of colours – after all, every wardrobe needs a few good shirts, right?! You can even get them monogrammed for an extra $10.

22. Yes Walker & Yes Style

With free express shipping to Hong Kong, you can pick out what you love and have it within just a few days! Yes Walker is a shoe and bag website packed to the brim with easy wearable styles perfect for HK streets – and best of all, prices are typically under HK$1000! Meanwhile, their sister site YesStyle offers a full range of affordable clothing options (many with Korean and Japanese street style influences) and free express shipping as well.

23. Cameo

At Sassy, we’re always keen to support homegrown fashion talent especially when it’s affordable and means that we don’t have to look like every other Zara, Tom, Dick and Harry! Cameo is a relatively new fashion label in town born from a desire to provide “affordable on-trend, design with great fit and high quality… something that is highly missed on the fashion market”. So if you’re looking for a new outfit for a night out or a “just because I can” piece to update your wardrobe then Cameo is definitely one to check out.

24. Popmart (free shipping under 2kg)

Popmart offers quality goods made by local designers. If you hate seeing someone else wearing the same thing at a party, then this is your one-stop stop for something truly unique; we particularly love Mary Wong’s ribbon bracelets and Sandra Chau’s geometric necklaces. Pop over to the workshops page and learn when and where to take a class with one of the designers. Who knows – it might not be long until we see your creations on the site!

25. Doorstep Luxury (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders over SGD$300)

While the clothing section on this Singaporean website is limited to say the least, the jewellery has some interesting finds – we like Marilyn Tan’s tassle earrings, Carrie K’s cute charm necklaces and Choo Yilin’s luxe gemstone pieces. This site has promise, especially for discovering emerging new designers that we’ve not seen elsewhere, but we’d like a few more clothes offerings for it to really be a smash!

26. Revolve Clothing (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders above US$100)

Boasting a designer list as long as my legs, I dare you to find something not to love at Revolve Clothing! We love the extensive array of denim (Revolve’s specialty), including loads of coloured options for spring. It’s worth checking Shopbop first to compare prices though, as both sites stock many of the same brands.

27. Topshop (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders over GBP£100 – use the code FREE100)

Topshop is coming to HK soon but if you are just way too impatient (like me!) to wait for the Queen’s Road flagship store to open its doors, then you can get your fix here! Keep an eye out for their designer collaborations, which sell out almost as soon as they hit the virtual shelves (recent partnerships of note include J.W Anderson, Emma Cook and Mary Katrantzou) and their ultra cool in-house Unique line, which shows at London Fashion Week. They also have petite, maternity and tall ranges – plus Topshop Mini, especially for any littlies in your life!

28. Mango (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders above $1500)

Mango shops seems to be disappearing from our shores, so if your nearest store has bit the dust, check out their new Hong Kong website. It’s great for simple day or party dresses, easy basics and classic knitwear, plus shoes and accessories that don’t break the bank.

29. The Scarlett Room (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders over SG$150)

While this site still requires some spending to earn that free shipping status, there are enough adorable goods on offer to rack up that tally in no time! This Singaporean site showcases loads of easy day-to-night dresses that are perfect for beating the heat at very reasonable prices. Be sure to check out their interesting accessories too. In need of a laser-cut clutch or a leopard cap-toe flat? Look no further!

30. Yoox (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders over US$350)

One of the largest fashion online retailers, Yoox boasts hundreds (and we do really mean hundreds) of brands just a few clicks away – including Victoria Beckham, Vivienne Westwood, Wildfox , Alice+Olivia, Diane Von Furstenberg and Jonathan Saunders to name but a few. They also sell a large range of mens and childrenswear, plus home décor, book and art, but where this site really comes into its own is with its mega end-of-season sales – bargain hunters, you have been warned!

31. Pixie Market (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders over US$250)

Pixie Market bill themselves as a “Fashion Supermarket” – we only wish Wellcome or Park N Shop were half as cool! Styles are right on-trend with prices in line with H&M. I can’t get enough of their amazing accessories, which include statement cuffs and studded collars. Want more flash for less cash? Check out their fab US$20, $30 and $40 sale sections!

32. American Apparel (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders over HK$600)

Ever since the American Apparel concession disappeared from LAB CONCEPT, Hong Kong has been left AA-less once more! American Apparel, made in downtown LA, has everything from leather and leggings to denim and dino charms, plus the super comfy cotton tees and bright zip-up hoodies they are known for. There are also tonnes of options to choose from for the men, the kids and even the dogs in your life, so feel free to outfit the whole fam! If you need a colorful basic, then look no further

33. Shop Jeen (worldwide shipping is just US$5)

OK, shipping is not quite free… but at just US$5 regardless of your order size, it’s almost as good as! If you are a magpie and flock to all things shiny, then accessories superstore Jeen is your new nest! Stocking everything from basic to bold and all that’s in-between, we spotted plenty of highly covetable skulls, knuckledusters, dainty stackable rings and even a splash of home décor too. Is that a Karl Lagerfeld finger puppet I see?!

34. Tiare (free shipping to Hong Kong on orders over HK$1000)

Don’t fancy the trip to Central? Well, HK boutique fave Tiare offers free shipping in Hong Kong on orders over HK$1000. Labels include US designers from LA and NYC such as Hanky Panky, Citizens of Humanity, DL1961, Velvet, Myne and Lauren Conrad’s Paper Crown line; get more deets here.

35. Missguided (free shipping to Hong Kong when you spend over GBP£80)

Missguided has established itself as a UK online favourite, delivering vibrant on-trend and celeb-inspired fashion at affordable prices – think New Look, Cotton On or River Island style looks. With new items hitting the shelves daily, you’re bound to find something that takes your fancy; if you’re in need of a few wallet-friendly new party dresses to spice up your evenings out, this could be the place for you. Check out their regularly updated blog section for some style inspo too.

If we’ve missed any of your fave shopping websites with free delivery, let us know in the comments. Otherwise, we reckon it’s time to clear out that closet (check out our tips for doing that over here!) and make room for some new goodies this season!

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