StyleBistro Awards 2012: Cast Your Vote for the Best Online Retailer

Welcome back to reader's choice voting on day four the 2012 StyleBistro Awards. To satiate your mid-day shopping fix, our second poll of the day is one we're sure you're going to love—Best Online Retailer!

Take a peek at the nominees, cast your vote in the poll, and make sure to check back on August 21st when we announce the winners.

Oh and don't forget—you can find the rest of the StyleBistro Awards categories and place your vote here.



ASOS: Even though the online-only fashion-plus-beauty e-commerce site is based in the UK, we love that those of us across the pond can still get our hands on all the brand-name, on-trend goodness the site delivers—shipped for free. Anywhere. Amazing, right?



Piperlime: Sister site to GAP, Old Navy, and Banana Republic, Piperlime features top picks curated by fashion tastemakers, has (in our opinion) the cheekiest headlines ever (teal the spotlight—seriously, how cute!) and offers free shipping and returns. Throw in the fact that there's an entire under-$100 boutique for girls on a budget, and it's hard to beat this contender.



Threadsence: This free-spirited Cali-based boutique makes us want to drop everything and head to the beach. Popularized by some of our fave West Coast fashion bloggers, the site offers a wide range of eclectic styles and quirky brands for the indie-minded gal.



Shopbop: Destination designer! Score finds from big-namers such as Alexander Wang and Zac Posen—each and every day at Shopbop. You can trust what you're getting, thanks to quick-to-rate shoppers who sound off honestly on what to expect.



Bauble Bar: Like clockwork, whenever we throw on a piece from Bauble Bar, we get, like, 15 compliments throughout day—no joke. The Interwebs-only accessories-only site carries ultra-affordable jewelry that looks fit for the red carpet. Every Friday, the site hides one $10 "buried bauble" among them all—it's the chicest treasure hunt we've ever been on!



Endless: In the words of Jimmy Johns, shopping on Endless is "freaky fast, freaky good." The Amazon-owned web-retailer ships free anywhere in the U.S. in only two days. Plus if you run into any troubles (say those perfect pumps you ordered went on sale one-day later) Endless customer service reps are in one word—incredible.



Luisa Via Roma: If it's high-end European design you're fancying, but a trip across the globe isn't exactly feasible—that's where Luisa Via Roma saves the day. The Florence-located luxury retailer ships worldwide, ensuring you'll have your high-end-fashion thirst—and your craving for labels such as Givenchy and Lanvin—quenched just a few days later.



Sephora: The beauty site to end all beauty sites—Sephora's wealth of product information, customers ratings, and comprehensive database of every in-store purchase you've ever made (down to the foundation shade) makes shopping for a seemingly difficult category a cinch.



Warby Parker: The spectacle store is quite the treat for the eyes—but not in the way you'd think. Adorable on-site features  make searching for the perfect frames easier than E F S T G (and all those other pesky eye-chart combinations we can never read...)



Net-a-Porter: Probably the best-known designer e-commerce site on the web, Net-a-Porter is nearly as much an online magazine as it is an e-comm haven. Week after week, we find ourselves compulsively checking in on the latest trend news and hottest new It-bag. 

We love them all, but which site deserves the title of Best Online Retailer? Cast your vote below!

Poll: Which website is the Best Online Retailer?
Voting has ended.
  • ASOS
    19%
  • Piperlime
    8%
  • Threadsence
    2%
  • Shopbop
    7%
  • Bauble Bar
    3%
  • Endless
    1%
  • Luisa Via Roma
    3%
  • Sephora
    20%
  • Warby Parker
    6%
  • Net-A-Porter
    30%

Tell us why you love all these sites and let us know if we left out one of your faves in the comments section below!
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