There comes a time in your online shopping career when you tire of youthful high-street garb, but you still can’t stomach the eye-watering prices of high-end designer wear. That’s where online store comes to the rescue: Snugly in the middle of the two fashion extremes, it makes your dream of owning brand-name wares slightly more attainable.

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From left: Cheetah Print Shirt by Moschino Cheap & Chic, USD$144, Fish Scale Knit Dress by M Missoni, USD$291, Bronze Loxo Dress by Vivienne Westwood Anglomania, USD$88. Check out more finds in the gallery below 

Fashionistas will be thankful for my-wardrobe’s range of accessible designer pieces from lower-priced diffusion lines. If Vivienne Westwood is beyond your reach, settle for a bronze cowl-neck dress from the Vivienne Westwood Anglomania line at USD$88 instead, on sale now at my-wardrobe. Other labels in the mix include M Missoni, McQ Alexander McQueen, Moschino Cheap & Chic and even Singapore’s Raoul.

New items are added every week at my-wardrobe, and some of the site’s latest arrivals include covetable and affordable pieces from newer cult designers like Aila, Markus Lupfer and MSGM.

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From left: Spike Me Minibag by Aila, USD$330, Intarsia Jumper by Markus Lupfer, USD$353, Floral Scuba Dress by MSGM, USD$316. Check out more finds in the gallery below

Exclusively available on my-wardrobe, Kuwaiti brand Aila’s leather handbags are neon and studded: No wonder they’ve been spotted on the arms of trendsetters like fashion blogger Bip Ling. German designer Markus Lupfer’s Pop-Art inspired knits are not unlike the graphic knit jumpers also served up by 3.1 Phillip Lim. Italian label MSGM’s cheerful mix of dresses and casual separates have already been earmarked by Vogue.

Navigation on my-wardrobe is a breeze, the styling is super-slick and everything has been neatly categorised to satisfy individual fashion fetishes. Head to the Designer Room, where dresses from Acne, Helmut Lang and Preen await. Shoe and bag fiends can file out to the Shoe Lounge and Bag Boutique respectively to check out the must-have footwear and carry-alls of the season. 

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For fickle folk who take ages to “Add to Cart”, the my-wardrobe folks have also included heaps of features to help you out with shopping dilemmas. The My-TV video channel is chock full of style-advice videos for the uninitiated, while “Wardrobe Inspiration” offers plenty of advice on putting an outfit together.

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Lastly, if you’re not happy with your purchase, my-wardrobe will pay for full-price items to be returned in the first week. While there isn’t free shipping, we think that fab online window-shopping from the comfort of your office desk more than makes up for it. 

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