Top fashion web sales: Mother's Day gift ideas

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Don't know what to give your mom this Mother's Day? Browse this week's online boutiques from Gilt to Rue La La for inspiration. And while you're there, you'll be sure to find something for the daughter, too.

Gilt

New shoes are one of the easiest ways of updating your wardrobe, and Gilt has a few beautiful options, ranging from Bally to Barbara Bui and Burberry. If you have nothing to wear with your new pair, may we suggest something by M Missoni, Alexander Wang or Marc Jacobs? They all open boutiques here this week.

http://www.gilt.com

Rue La La

With Mother's Day coming up this weekend in many countries, Rue La La is going for a different than usual approach this week, offering a selection of mother-daughter getaways to international destinations, and at discounted prices. Examples include cooking classes and wine tastings, spa retreats, and even safaris.

http://www.ruelala.com

Ideeli

This site is giving away a whole package for Mother's Day, with one lucky shopper winning a bag, shawl, necklace, and chocolates to make mom happy. Also on Ideeli this week: Beyoncé's House of Dereon label.

http://www.ideeli.com

eBay Fashion Vault

The online auctioner's new platform will launch a fine watches and jewelry sale on May 3, with items selling at up to 65 percent off.

http://fashionvault.ebay.com

Haute Look

Get your spring accessory fix courtesy of Amrita Singh, who opens her boutique on Haute Look on May 3.

http://www.hautelook.com

Editor's Closet

For the matching sunglasses, try the Fendi sale that launches here this week.

http://www.editorscloset.com

The Outnet

The 'real' Jil Sander may be designing budget-conscious clothes for Uniqlo now, but her former label, now under the creative direction of Raf Simons, is usually out of reach for most. Not at The Outnet, however: prices in the site's boutique start at €90. Plus: a selection of great summer jumpsuits by the likes of Stella McCartney, Halston, and Donna Karan.

http://www.theoutnet.com

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