Shopping online? These sites offer seasonal trends and free delivery throughout Hong Kong.
Can’t be bothered to brave the Hong Kong crowds for a shopping spree? Does traipsing around Central in search of your latest style find make you totally cranky? The magical world of online shopping means you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to get your fashion fix! To help all of our fellow shoppers out there, we’ve rounded up the top fashion websites that offer free shipping to Hong Kong – happy clicking.
Local brand Aanya sources all its ethically-created pieces sustainably from India. You’ll find uber cute boho pieces to let your inner hippie or yogi shine through, as well as handmade bags and accessories. It ships fast as well, getting to you in 4 days at most.
Free worldwide shipping for all orders over USD$100, www.aanya.com.hk
At ASOS, it’s easy to try the trends without breaking the bank. There are thousands of pieces to choose from, along with 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.
Free standard delivery to HK on orders over $100 and free express delivery on orders over $1,500, www.asos.com
Charles & Keith
Singaporean brand Charles & Keith has stolen our hearts with its stylish and accessible shoes and accessories. We especially love its bags – they come in every shape and size and colour you can think of to help you look absolutely effortless from day to night. Enjoy 10% off your purchases year round when you spend over $1,300 on a single order!
Free standard delivery to HK on all orders, www.charleskeith.com
Dolls Kill encourages everyone to unleash their desire to go against the grain. Whether you’re a goth goddess or a fantastical flower-child, or anything in between, you’ll be able to truly express yourself for any occasion with its wide range of items available.
Free standard delivery to HK on orders over USD$100, www.dollskill.com
Everlane is all about bringing you exceptional quality modern basics with radical transparency. With ethical factories and clear, honest price breakdowns, we were eagerly waiting for this modern brand to start shipping to Hong Kong. Read more about Everlane’s ethical approach to style.
Free international shipping on orders of US$100
Free-spirited and globally inspired, Free People not only carries super chic bohemian styles, but they’ve also expanded into cruelty-free beauty and wellness products. It’s also a one-stop-shop for all things vegan from clothing to shoes to makeup, so you look good while doing good.
Free delivery to HK on orders over USD$150, www.freepeople.com
It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Grana in the Sassy office. With its gorgeous range of silk camis and dresses, not to mention the luxe cashmere and must-have denim pieces, it won’t be hard filling up your cart for free delivery. Pick up your order at its Fitting Room if you want to try your high-quality essentials on right away! Did we mention you can get an extra 15% off orders of HK$2000 or more?
Free delivery to HK on orders over $300, or free pick up in store available, www.grana.com
We love J.Crew for its timeless take on fashion, which incorporates modern touches onto classic pieces. We’re especially fans of its gorgeous range of jewellery, sure to update any outfit – and with free delivery on all orders to Hong Kong, who could resist a little spree!?
Free delivery to HK on all orders, www.jcrew.com
Find French fashion for less on La Redoute, France’s 2nd largest seller of women’s apparel. Check out its homeware section too, so your home can be just as stylish as you.
Free delivery to HK on all orders above 89€, www.laredoute.com
Luisa Via Roma is an Italian-based luxury shopping destination featuring incredibly cool pieces that you won’t find anywhere else. It boasts shapes, prints and colours sure to get you noticed wherever you go, from top-end brands like Chloe, Isabel Marant, Michael Kors, Roksanda Illincic and Erdem. We also love the handbag collection and the OTT accessories!
Free delivery to HK, www.luisaviaroma.com
“Maisha” means “giving life” in Swahili and its vibrant African-inspired pieces have definitely given us life! Shop its kaftans, dresses, and more to support the resurrection of culture, heritage and skill of local artisans and textile manufacturers across Africa.
Free shipping worldwide, www.maishaconcept.com
Mango is great for simple day or party dresses, easy basics and classic knitwear, plus shoes and accessories that don’t break the bank.
Free delivery to HK on orders over $1,500, www.shop.mango.com
Forbes called Mischa “one of Asia’s handbag brands to have successfully gone global.” and it’s absolutely well-deserved. Its travel and style essentials are a definite must-have, and you can even get them monogrammed to really add that personal touch.
Free shipping worldwide, www.mischadesigns.com
Based in Melbourne, Australia, husband and wife team Jimi and Zoe Paul’s designs are bold in the print and relaxed in the fit. Its bold patterns and prints are inspired by exotic locations and cultures, modernizing 70s-inspired garments like classic shift dresses and harem pants.
Free delivery to HK on orders over AUD$95, www.misterzimi.com
British High Street favourite Next delivers easy-to-wear pieces perfect for both work and play. Check out the special sections for tall, petite and maternity too for a truly perfect fit!
Free delivery to HK on orders over $250, www.nextdirect.com
Shop independent boutiques from all over Asia without leaving your living room! Styles at Novelty Lane vary from every day to the avant-garde and each boutique boasts something new, so it’s best to comb the site thoroughly.
Free delivery to HK, www.noveltylane.com
Pixie Market bills themselves as a “Fashion Supermarket” – we only wish Wellcome or ParknShop were half as cool! Styles are right on trend with prices in line with H&M. Looking for more flash for less cash? Check out their fab US$20, $30 and $40 sale sections!
Free express delivery to HK on orders over US$200, www.pixiemarket.com
Boasting a designer list as long as a supermodel’s legs, we dare you to find something not to love at Revolve! We especially love the extensive array of denim, including new options for new seasons.
Free standard delivery to HK on orders under US$100, free express delivery to HK on orders over US$100, www.revolve.com
Born out of her desire to re-imagine the timeless elegance of old-world Chinese women, the Sarah Lai label combines femininity and functionality in its clothing. Its sophisticated pieces can be dressed up or down to your tastes. Support your local designers!
Free standard shipping to HK on orders over $780, www.sarahlai.com
Sau Lee is the answer when you need that perfectly fitting dress, whether it’s to a wedding, a romantic date, or just the office. All designs are classic and detailed and the founder Cheryl tries all of the designs herself before they are put into production. Her aim is for all women of all figures to find a dress that’ll make them feel confident.
Free standard shipping to HK on all orders, www.sau-lee.com
Sephora is one of the biggest beauty retailers in the world, featuring an ever-growing amount of classic and emerging brands across a broad range of products including skincare, makeup, fragrance, body and hair care, in addition to Sephora’s own private label. All items are shipped from its offices in Singapore, so you’ll always look your best even in a pinch of time. It’ll even throw in a free sample with every purchase, and the points you earn can be redeemed for even more goodies.
Free tracked shipping to HK on orders over $299, www.sephora.hk
It only takes about three days for your order from Shopbop to arrive, so go on, indulge! With tonnes of big-name brands and designers that aren’t available in Hong Kong, with many sold at cheaper prices, it’s hard to resist a spree.
Free delivery to HK on orders over US$100, www.shopbop.com
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! Showcasing loads of day-to-night dresses that are perfect for beating the heat at very reasonable prices. Be sure to check out their interesting accessories too.
Free delivery to HK on orders over US$150, www.thescarletroom.com
Local brand The Slow Mode is our go-to wellness guide and shop for artisanal slow-made labels around the world. Every piece on The Slow Mode is handpicked by owner/founder Kaitie and you can rest assured knowing your new threads come from a thoughtful and supportive community. Who says a little retail therapy can’t heal those smoggy blues?
Free delivery worldwide, more details here, www.theslowmode.com
Accessories are the name of the game at The9thMuse. Brands like A Peace Treaty, House of Harlow, Tangram, Edge of Ember, and Elizabeth & James can all be found here along with loads of other amazing trinkets and charms to bedazzle yourself with.
Free delivery to HK, www.the9thmuse.com
Topshop is always a staple for whatever you need, so if you can’t face heading down to the flagship store, thank goodness for free delivery! It also has petite, maternity and tall ranges – plus Topshop Mini, especially for any little ones in your life!
Free delivery to HK on orders over GBP£100, www.topshop.com
This Hong Kong label specialises in luxurious button-down silk shirts in a variety of colours – after all, every gal needs a few good shirts, right?!
Free delivery to HK, www.wearvaughan.com
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 your accessories, so buy a few to accent any wardrobe!
Free delivery to HK, www.whatthefrock.net
YesStyle offers a full range of affordable clothing options (many with Korean and Japanese street style influences) and free express shipping as well.
Free delivery to HK on orders over $275, www.yesstyle.com
One of the largest fashion online retailers, Yoox boasts hundreds (and we do really mean hundreds) of brands. It also sells a large range of men’s and childrenswear, plus home décor, books and art. But where this site really comes into its own is with its mega end-of-season sales – bargain hunters, you’re welcome!
Free delivery to HK on orders over US$100, www.yoox.com
The Asia-based e-boutique on the block offers affordable fashion delivered right to your door. It even offers cash on delivery, so you can fulfil your fashion and beauty needs at any convenience.
Free delivery to HK on orders over $200, www.zalora.com.hk
ZARA is the place to head to for affordable takes on high-end fashion, so we’re thrilled that it’s on our free delivery list! Also offering free in-store pick up on orders of any amount, what better time is there to stock up on new season essentials?
Free delivery to HK on orders over $400, or free pick up in store available, more details here, www.zara.com
Also worth knowing…
The following may not offer free delivery, but with flat rates available at reasonable prices, it can be hard to resist…
H&M, standard delivery to HK for $39.90, www.hm.com
Harrods, delivery to HK for GBP25, www.harrods.com
John Lewis, delivery to HK for GBP10, www.johnlewis.com
Lane Crawford, standard delivery to HK for $50, www.lanecrawford.com
Marks & Spencer, delivery to HK for GBP15, www.marksandspencer.com
Net-A-Porter, next business day delivery to HK for orders over HKD$2,500, www.net-a-porter.com
Selfridges, delivery to HK for GBP25, www.selfridges.com
We reckon it’s time to clear out that closet (check out our list of donation resources in HK here) and make room for some new goodies this season!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally written published on 27 February 2014 by Sabrina Sikora, and has been updated by Inés Fung in October 2018.
Featured image sourced via Getty, Image #1 courtesy of ASOS via Facebook, Image #2 courtesy of Grana via Facebook, Image #3 courtesy of Revolve via Instagram, Image #4 courtesy of Mango via Facebook, Image #5 courtesy of Novelty Lane via Facebook, Image #6 courtesy of Next via Facebook, Image #7 courtesy of Vaughan