• Emerson Fry is a newish independent label that holds fast to the principles of slow fashion and conscious design, producing small seasonal collections that are crafted locally using sustainable practices. That kind of quality doesn't come cheap, but these are pieces you will be wearing for years. Also, you'll want to check out its sales. So far, they've been spectacular.

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  • The AYR label offers a tightly edited range of luxe minimalist basics like cashmere sweaters, button-up shirts, and denim. You won't get overwhelmed by its offerings, and you will want to buy everything on its site.

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  • San Francisco's Azalea isn't a strictly minimalist fashion store, but it does offer a good selection of minimalist options. Check out its house label for budget buys, and don't miss its jewelry section. It has one of the best selections of minimalist and organic jewelry online.

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  • The absolute best thing about NYC-based OAK is its house label, which is heavily featured throughout its site. It offers a downtown-chic spin on minimalist style that stands apart from the more common Scandinavian and Japanese minimalist takes on the look.

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  • The Dreslyn selectively curates the best new items from well-known labels like Theory, Rag & Bone, Steven Alan, and A.P.C. The result is a minimalist-leaning online store that makes you look at these popular labels in a whole new way.

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  • Needsupply.com is the online home of a Richmond-based clothing store of the same name. It's one of those rare sites that offers a mix of luxe-looking budget labels (including Farrow), higher-end brands (like Rachel Comey), and newer designers (think Objects Without Meaning). You'll want to join its mailing list because it often issues "extra % off sale items" coupon codes.

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  • An H&M sister brand, COS has been a cult favorite overseas for ages, it seems, and it just launched a U.S.-facing e-commerce site. Check out the Essentials section for timeless minimalist basics, most of which are under $100.

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  • Stockholm-based retailer & Other Stories is another affordable European line that just recently started offering e-commerce to U.S. shoppers. While it is a tad pricier than COS, it also offers a larger range of styles and more luxurious fabrics and materials. Don't miss its lingerie, shoes, and bags—that's where this retailer really shines.

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  • SSENSE nicely covers the higher end of minimalist fashion, carrying covetable labels like Acne Studios, Comme des Garcons, Alexander Wang, Saint Laurent, The Row, and Rick Owens. Don't miss its sales for deep discounts on rarely marked-down brands.

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  • San Francisco's Everlane is a new player on the e-commerce scene that is dedicated to full transparency in its manufacturing and supply chain. Where else can you get pictures of the factory where your pants were produced or a piece-by-piece breakdown of the costs associated with manufacturing your new bag? The clothes fall squarely in the upscale minimalist camp, minus upscale price tags.

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