8 International Fashion Brands That Deliver To Ghana

A lot of International brands claim they ship to Africa but when you really check, they ship to only a select few in the continent. Today we bring to you 8 International fashion brands that truly deliver to Ghana.

1. PrettyLittleThing

PrettyLittleThing is a UK-based fashion retailer, aimed at 16-35-year-old women. The catch here is if you would have to shop the Pretty Little Thing UK site and everything will be in Pounds. The regular shipping fee is about £6.99 and you’ll get your item delivered in 10-15 days.


The website sells over 850 brands as well as its own range of clothing and accessories, and ships to all 196 countries from fulfilment centres in the UK, USA and Europe. ASOS only offers Express Deliveries to Ghana at £38.

3. Revolve

Revolve does doorstep deliveries. They typically use UPS or FedEx to ship so you can get your package within 2-5 days. It costs $10 for FedEx Express.

4. Na-kd

They ship with DHL and so you can get your package in 2-3 days. You pay both shipping and customs before your product gets to you. Shipping is about $8.99 and Customs Cost is about $16.99. If you spend over $80 you get free shipping.

5. Nordstrom

With Nordstrom, delivery prices are dependant on the amount of things in your package. Rices are shown in dollars on the site. Most in-stock items will arrive 5-13 business days after receipt of your order.

6. Zara

If you go to zara.com/ww/ which is their worldwide shipping website, you can buy items directly to Ghana. Custom and shipping can be very pricey.

7. Missguided

Parcels from here are delivered to your P.O. BOX and you can be charged for Duty. Also, Missguided delivers to Ghana from their UK site only.

8. Boohoo

Clothes on here are relatively affordable as compared to other sites. Delivery to Ghana is only available via the US site. You get your items delivered into your P.O BOX or the main post office. If it gets to the main post office, you’ll have to pay 49% duty.

You can learn more about shipping from International fashion brands here:

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