The Women’s Wear Daily has compiled a list of the best-selling jewelry brands for 2018, with brands like Overstock, Nettie Mae, and Nellie Mae making the cut.
The brand that has made the biggest jump in sales this year is Overstock.
Its brand is No. 1 on the list, selling more than $300 million worth of women’s apparel and accessories.
Overstock also is the only jewelry brand that made the cut on the women’s fashion list.
For the first time, the brand is also ranked in the top 20 of women-focused online retail outlets.
The brand’s sister company, Nellys, is No 2 on the Women’s Fashion list.
Nettie.me is also the only apparel brand on the Top 20 list, followed by Netties.com and Nettier.com.
The retailer is in the midst of a significant turnaround, and its brands have seen sales surge significantly this year.
The women’s clothing brand has seen sales increase more than 10 percent over last year.
Nettis.com is No 8 on the top 10 of women online retail brands.
Nomad.com was ranked No. 4 on the brand’s Top 10 list.
It’s an online retailer that’s primarily aimed at women in emerging markets.
The company has seen its sales rise more than 25 percent since last year and it is one of the few online retailers that offer discounts on apparel.
Nellie.com’s brand has also seen its brand gain popularity in Asia.
In the Asia Pacific region, Nitties.net, which is also a sister company to Nettys.com, saw its sales increase nearly 50 percent.
The online retailer has been working to improve its customer service and has partnered with brands in China, Japan, and South Korea.
Nelly.me has seen a strong year, with sales up almost 50 percent over the past two years.
In addition, the women fashion brand has been in the No. 2 spot on women’s luxury retailers list.
In 2018, the top 25 most valuable online retailers in terms of annual sales were: Netties, $5.2 billion, Overstock, $2.6 billion, Overstock Kids, $1.8 billion, Notties, Free, $950 million, Nervana, $825 million, Nestle, $780 million, Overpriced, $750 million, Gap, $630 million, Walmart, $570 million, Kohl’s, $550 million, Levi Strauss, $480 million, Nike, $470 million, Target, $435 million, Macy’s, Free $350 million, Victoria’s Secret, $335 million, Prada, $315 million, Louis Vuitton, $310 million, Gucci, $270 million, Guess, $240 million, Burberry, $180 million, Marc Jacobs, $160 million, Tiffany & L’Oreal, $150 million, Calvin Klein, $120 million, L’Oréal, $130 million, Forever 21, $100 million, Chanel, $80 million, and Marc Jacobs Boutique, $70 million.