If you love shopping for new clothes but hate looking at your bank account balance after, I have news for you: There are so many websites out there with affordable — but still fashionable — styles that will save you money and leave you looking cute as hell. Here, 14 inexpensive retailers that will make shopping a win-win for you and your wallet.
Uniqlo is THE place to go for low-priced basics like relaxed t-shirts, cardigans, and boyfriend jeans. The brand also keeps up-to-date by providing trendier options like breezy culottes, high-waisted, cut-off shorts, and striped maxi dresses, while the price point on any given item is rarely above $50.
Uniqlo also offers maternity wear and has cool collabs with designers like Tomas Maier and J.W. Anderson, which can help elevate your wardrobe without breaking the bank.
Old Navy has inclusive options without expensive price tags, including specific categories for tall, petite, and plus sizes, as well as maternity clothing. Its jeans, like these cropped flares, will become your new fave denim staple. The brand also has cute activewear, so you can cover all your bases at just one site.
Missguided is a great brand for those who have an edgier style but don’t like spending a ton – take this graphic tee and acid-washed denim skirt combination, for example.
Although it mostly targets fashion risk-takers, the brand also has classic options for both curvy and straight sizes, like wrap dresses, bodysuits, and off-the-shoulder silhouettes. And, if you’re looking for pajamas, lingerie, or swimwear, Missguided has you covered there too.
Boohoo has the perfect mix of clothes, whether you’re looking for a party outfit for a night with your girlfriends or a striped maxi skirt to wear on your next seaside vacation. You can snag yourself a $12 tropical skirt or a $16 fiery red bodycon dressand still have money left to add accessories to your cart.
Boohoo also carries a diverse range of maternity, plus, petite, and tall styles that are super affordable.
Pretty Little Thing has everything from sweet patterned wrap dresses like this one, to simple crop tops and OTT dresses with cutouts, but what’s even better than the range of styles is the ridiculously low prices. If you can’t resist a good deal, the site also includes sections with tops $7 and under and $8 dresses.
Amazon fashion is so underrated! The site has tons of trendy and affordable clothes, like this sweet floral midi dress with a keyhole cutout, for instance. And, if you have Amazon Prime, the free shipping will save you even more money that you could spend on — you guessed it — more clothes.
Odds are you’ve heard of/have already shopped at Forever 21, but if you’re one of the few who haven’t, it’s filled with inexpensive styles, like gingham rompers, flowy maxis, and matching sets that would make great additions to any summer wardrobe. Your money will go a LONG way at this store because everything is so dang cheap, which makes it the perfect place to search for trendy bright colors, ’90s vibes, and streetstyle fashion.
If you’re in a pinch and need an outfit for a hot date/engagement party/music festival stat, but don’t want to spend your entire savings account, ASOS is the place to go. They have plenty of styles to choose from, whether you want a casual red minidress for just $24 or a fancy floral midi under $60. Plus, its two-day shipping feature is a lifesaver.
This Swedish company is known for its insanely-low prices and trendy styles – it’s basically the clothing store version of IKEA. If you need something new to wear to work or to a fancy dinner party, you can easily find a variety of tops, like the polka-dot collared shirt here, for under $20.
Calling all Target lovers! In addition to its incredibly chic home decor (and literally everything else it has to offer), the store also has very cute clothes that you’ll want to wear ASAP. Take this red, embroidered off-the-shoulder top, for instance. Target’s clothing brands, like A New Day, Universal Thread, and Xhilaration offer trendy styles at a fraction of the price, and that just adds to the list of reasons why Target is actually the best.
While this site does offer some items at a higher price point, it also has affordable styles, like this $23 gingham crop top. If you sort the categories from the lowest to the highest price (who doesn’t do this, TBH?), there’s plenty of amazing steals including $15 skater dresses and $19 tank tops you’ll want to wear with everything.
A favorite brand of Cardi B and Kylie Jenner, Fashion Nova has the sexiest bodycon dresses for, like, $20. It’s also known for the amazing fit of its jeans, which are typically under $45. Fashion Nova has plus and straight size options too, and also features activewear, swim, and lingerie, all at the same low prices.
Similar to Zara, Mango is a Spanish fast-fashion retailer with trendy, low-priced styles that puts a twist on staples in your wardrobe. Take this classic white t-shirt with pompom details at the sleeves, for example. The store has plaid dresses THAT ARE perfect for the office and tropical-printed shifts that would work well at the beach, but no matter what you buy, your wallet won’t regret it.
OK, so you might not associate Walmart with *super* fashionable clothes, but this embroidered off-the-shoulder dress might change your mind. The company introduced new apparel brands, like Time and Tru and Terra & Sky to up their style game with on-trend – and inexpensive – clothes. Who knows? Walmart might just become your new go-to store.