We’ve all heard of online stores like Amazon but of you dig deeper you’ll see that there are many weird and wonderful stores out there that sell some pretty strange things!

Did you know the first secure retail transaction over the Web was either by NetMarket or Internet Shopping Network in 1994. Immediately after, Amazon.com launched its online shopping site in 1995 and eBay was also introduced in 1995.

Today we’ll be showcasing 31 Weird Online Stores You’ve Never Heard Of featuring some bizarre products like miniature food for mice, dog themed t-shirts and even a website devoted to Japanese gifts!

1. The Mouse Market

This jewelry shop filled with mouse-sized food is sure to put a smile on your face. Who wouldn’t want to go through life wearing doughnut earrings? A person who hates fun, that’s who.

Pricing: $11 to $30

2. Flight 001

If you feel like you’re constantly going through airport security check-points, this is the shop for you. Flight 101 has everything you need to “upgrade your travel”: from luggage and passport holders, to plane travel necessities and maps. Make sure to check out their offerings before your next vacation or work trip.

Pricing: From $2.99 (for a bag tag) to $1,130 (for a luxury suitcase)

3. Arro Home

Your bed longs for you to cover it in a fun duvet cover from Arrow Home. Your dining room table pines to be adorned with their cool placemats and napkins. GIVE IN TO THEIR DEMANDS!

Pricing: $19 to $199

4. Doggie Tops

Doggie Tops’ motto is: “Wear what you love”— be it a Basset Hound or a Brussels Griffon, a Pomeranian or a Puggle. And (in spite of their shop name) they also carrycat merchandise.

Pricing: $26 (for a t-shirt) or $38 (for a hoodie)

5. Gallery Nucleus

Need some new art for your walls? Head to Gallery Nucleus (the web-shop of a gallery in Alhambra, California). They have over 879 prints from artists in a wide variety of different styles—there’s no way you won’t be able to find something that you’ll love.

Pricing: Most of the prints run from around $20 to $35, but there are some larger or limited edition prints at higher price points.

6. Hansel From Basel

Socks, socks, socks! To be more specific: stylish socks with patterns featuring things like high heels and mermaids. While they have the biggest selection of women’s socks, they also carry pairs in men’s and children’s sizes.

Pricing: $5 to $47

7. Blabla Kids

Adorable knitted toys and accessories for kids. Their most impressive and absurd products = their line of giant dolls.

Pricing: $24 to $196 (for their knitted offerings; they also carry paper goods, some clothing, and bedding)

8. MAKE Beauty

A paraben-free makeup company that never tests on animals, has beautifully designed products, a variety of vegan offerings, and allows you to return items you don’t end up liking for a refund or an exchange.

Pricing: $10 to $48

9. Passive Juice Motel

Buy one of Passive Juice Motel’s pop culture inspired tees and you’ll be sure to hear a lot of people saying, “Hey, I love your shirt!”

Pricing: $19 to $30

10. Hygge & West

Walls covered in Hygge & West’s glorious wallpaper will make bare walls jealous. If you don’t want to make a longterm commitment to one particular pattern, they offerremovable wallpaper tiles.

Pricing: $140 to $190 per roll, $15 to $33 for a wallpaper tile

11. Japanese Gift Market

For people who aspire to only own cute things.

Pricing: $4 to $68

12. Erica Weiner

It can be hard to find inexpensive jewelry that’s *also* attractive…that’s why you’ll be happy when you check out the necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets at Erica Weiner.

Pricing: The Erica Weiner Collection runs around $30 to $95, but the shop also carries vintage jewelry, wedding bands, and engagement rings at higher price points

13. Huset

Modern goods from Scandinavian countries. It would be more fun to make a trip to Europe to pick these things up for yourself, but this is the next best option.

Pricing: $8 to $500+ (for furniture)

14. I Heart Guts

At first you may think, “Why the hell would I need a plush organ?” But give it some more thought! A tonsil for your cousin who’s having surgery, a brain for your niece who just graduated from high school, a heart for your sister who just got over a bad breakup. The possibilities aren’t *endless*, but they’re pretty expansive.

Pricing: $4 to $99

15. Gama-Go

$6.50 = a small price to pay for the joy you’ll get watching your child drink from a solo or noodle cup. If you’re not in the market for a sippy cup, Gama-Go has plenty of hilarious kitchen accessories for adults. Plus: their yeti mascot is endearing in a grumbly way.

Pricing: nothing is over $20

16. Alite

Alite makes “going outside simple” with their selection of cool things to take with you when you head off into the great outdoors.

Pricing: $5 to $200

17. Modern Moose

The coolest, quirkiest clocks and wall plaques you’ve ever seen. Telling time has never been so much fun.

Pricing: $38 to $43.99

18. The Evolution Store

Do you want to start adding to your childhood rock collection again? Would you like to decorate your home with a chart that looks like it belongs in a classroom from the 1950s? Dream of having bugs hanging from your earlobes? Head to The Evolution Store to find “science and natural history collectibles, artifacts, gifts, and home furnishings.”

Pricing: Some of their offerings are definite splurges, but they have plenty of things at lower price points

19. LuckyShop

If you tend to buy fabric you never actually end up using, it would be wise to stay away from this shop—you’d end up buying 13 yards of amazingly cute fabric to add to your pile o’ patterns.

Pricing: $6 to $28

20. Sarah + Abraham

Personalized items (plates! bags! pillows! prints!) that are almost as adorable as your kids are. When ordering a product, you get to choose the skin tone, hair style, hair color, eye shape, eye color, and expression.

Pricing: $15 to $59

21. Walker Shop

Even if you never actually make it to Minneapolis to go to the Walker Art Center, you can still visit its expertly curated gift shop.

Pricing: $5 to $640 (for fancy jewelry)

22. Waggo Home

If your dog could figure out how to use the track pad of your laptop with his paws, he’d visit this shop.

Pricing: $5 to $200 (for a large dog bed)

23. Print All Over Me

“A creative community of people turning virtual ideas into real world objects” aka a place to buy clothing, accessories, and decor covered in prints created by talented designers. There’s a *lot* of stuff…why not start off by looking through their currentcollaborations.

Pricing: $28 to $145

24. Best Made Company

Quality goods that will last for generations…here’s hoping that your kids have the same rustic taste as you do.

Pricing: $5 to $588 (for a utility chest)

25. Blue Q

Blue Q has cool stuff—cool stuff that *also* happens to be incredibly inexpensive. It’s the perfect place to buy a lil’ gift for a friend…or yourself! Yeah, probably yourself.

Pricing: $1.99 to $17.99

26. Sucre Shop

Sucre = sugar in French. Sugar = sweet. Sweet = the selection of party goods available at Sucre Shop. Shop here and you’ll definitely be the hostess with the mostess.

Pricing: $3 to $18

27. Yellow Owl Workshop

If you don’t think stamps are cool, you’ve obviously never taken a look at the stamps made by Yellow Owl Workshop. You’ll want to use an ink pad for the first time since elementary school.

Pricing: $5 to $30

28. YVNG Pearl

For when you want your nails to look like the show you’re currently binge watching.

Pricing: $7

29. Mignon

A collection of beautiful goods. They aren’t *all* for your kitchen, but a large portion of them are. Bonus: many of the products are handmade, made in the USA, and sustainably produced.

Pricing: $2.50 to $68

30. The Good Twin Co

Everyone should have a cache of attractive greetings to draw from when you suddenly realize that it’s your sister’s birthday and you forgot to get her one. The Good Twin Co. is a great place to go to buy cards for that emergency stash.

Pricing: $4.50 to $16 (for a set)

31. The Club of Odd Volumes

Everything you truly need. Yes, you *need* a shirt with the Fresh Prince on it and you *need* all the other buzzy tees, totes, and pillows you can find at The Club of Odd Volumes. You truly do.

Price: $25 to $49

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