Two weeks ago, I showed you how to get designer clothes for a price within your budget. While saving money and filling your closet with internationally-known labels is ideal, there are a ton of awesome brands that can show off your personal style and save you money year-round. I’ve searched through my old and new favorite sites to help demonstrate just that! Here are the best of this week’s finds:
I love these pieces! Of course, ASOS and H&M are go-to spots for all things basics and trendy. (I mean look at that bucket bag and those awesome print shoes!) But, you may not have thought about these other two shops.
Back when I was in high school, Old Navy clothes were only good for one season. Now, thankfully, that’s not always the case. I use Old Navy as a place to pick up on-trend jewelry and basics for much less. (Remember my $15 plaid peacoat from December?)
Boohoo is also a great source for chic clothes. While it is based across the pond, they have very reasonable shipping to the U.S. (free if you spend over $50 or just $4.99 for less). I am a big fan of their shoes and those open-back ankle boots are just too good to pass up for $50. (It helps that they usually have discount codes.)
Then, there’s A Common Space. I originally found this site through a Marie Claire article and am in love! It is filled with expensive-looking standout pieces at under $100. For example, the above cutout lace dress looks nothing short of chic with a shift design and fun overlay. Plus, the blue collar makes it easy to dress down for a casual night with the girls or up for a cool day at work.
That’s it for now! Check back Wednesday for more style inspiration, news and awe-worthy savings.
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