By Leah Abrahams
Updated Oct 17, 2014 @ 1:44 pm
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If you're like us, online shopping is more than a pastime---it's a full on sport. If you already love Polyvore’s Pinterest-like shopping feed, take a cue from these revolutionary new shopping sites. Whether you're into specialty boutiques, designs from around the world, or mobile shopping, we've got you covered. Read on for our top three new picks.

Covet + Lou, covetandlou.comEtsy meets Amazon in this marketplace of specialty boutiques and indie designers you won't find at the mall. Regular shoppers get special perks, like in-home closet evaluations and boxes filled with items curated by founder Tina Burgos.

Portemode, portemode.comWant to shop like a world traveler? Browse niche designs (from countries including India, Japan, and South Korea) previously unavailable in the States. The best part? All your goodies will ship from a U.S. facility free within three business days, so you can say good-bye to length international delivery times.

Spring App, shopspring.comThis new mobile app creates a just-for-you shopping experience based on data culled from your clicks and shares. Peruse the Discovery tab to shop by trend, and check out the Spring Exclusives for special-edition products from designers like Public School.

Visit our #BestofDigi page for more hot new apps and websites, and be sure to pick up the November issue of InStyle, available on newsstands and for digital download Oct. 17 for the full list.