Look Good and Pay Rent: 8 Trendy Fashion Sites for Girls on a Budget

With the stepping down of CEO and founder Sophia Amoruso, along with declining sales, staff cuts and knockoff accusations, it hasn’t been smooth sailing lately at Nasty Gal. That said, the site remains a success story. In 2012, Nasty Gal introduced an in-house collection to sell alongside its affordable/indie e-commerce wares that now accounts for 35 percent of sales. It also has brick-and-mortar stores, sales remain north of $100 million and the retail destination has raised $49 million from Index Ventures, a venture capital firm that has also invested in sites like Net-a-Porter and ASOS. So, it’s little surprise that with this success, competitors have been popping up in droves. Here’s a look at some of the most promising stores like Nasty Gal to add to your shopping list.