Just like with makeup and accessories, there are certain clothing items on which we don’t mind splurging. Investing in a great pair of jeans that fits just right or that classic Chanel suit that never goes out of style is totally worth it—but stocking up your closet with other budget buys is truly the best way to round out a healthy wardrobe. That’s exactly why we’ve rounded up 50 of the best cheap and budget-friendly fashion sites that won’t cost you the same amount as your monthly rent for one top. From hidden shopping gems to the big brands every fashion girl should know, these affordable clothing sites are ones every fashionista should know—whether you’re on a budget or not.
So, what sites are worth shopping at? Some might seem obvious, like Forever 21, Nasty Gal and H&M, but there are tons of other retailers you might not have ever considered. Have you checked out Eloquii’s incredible plus-size offerings? What about SheIn’s cute AF going out lewks? The internet is positively brimming with affordable shopping websites, so if you’re stuck in a style rut and simultaneously not looking to splurge, you owe it to yourself to consider a few new options.
If you’re looking for a sign to go shopping today, consider this it. I hereby grant you permission to treat yourself to one, two, a few new things—and I promise you can find cute options that won’t cost a fortune. Read on for the 50 sites to bookmark for whenever you feel like shopping.
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For anything from your new favorite pair of jeans to an on-trend high waisted bikini, American Eagle and Aerie are a true go-to. Both are always affordable when full-price, but also have incredible sales more often than not. (Includes plus-sizes.)
If you’re in the need for something trendy, there’s a chance Urban Outfitters has it. While some items have a higher price tag than others, this retailer is ultimately a one-stop shop for affordable and on-trend pieces.
Hey, don’t knock it ’til you try it! Amazon fashion now has so many great looks at pretty much every price point—and a lot of it is from your favorite designers, celebrities and influencers. Pro tip: Try the Shop by Shopbop on Amazon for seriously cool and trendy items. (Includes plus-sizes.)
You can find an amazing bargain at Missguided, and with the sheer volume of product on the site, you’re almost guaranteed to find something you’ll like. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Your one-stop-shop for inclusive, retro-inspired fashion. (Includes plus-sizes.)
We all love Target, and the prices on their clothing just can’t be beat. Plus, Target has been becoming much more size-inclusive recently and expanding their clothing offerings. (Includes plus-sizes.)
With most styles under $100, Express is a great place to go for both trendy pieces and easy essentials—no matter the season. They even have a clothing rental service where you can rent Express clothing and keep your wardrobe rotation on point.
While Madewell might be known for their effortlessly cool denim styles, their entire clothing, shoe and accessory collections are seriously drool-worthy. From short sleeve button downs in fun and playful patterns to the perfect tote, you can find it at Madewell.
Eloquii is a plus-size clothing brand that runs from sizes 14 to 28. Nearly everything typically runs under $100 (aside from some dresses and jackets), and there’s everything from workwear to brunch outfits available. (Includes plus-sizes.)
If you’ve ever been on the hunt for a cute bikini, you’ve no doubt stumbled across a Zaful haul or two on YouTube. The site is a go-to for shoppers looking for super affordable, on-trend styles, and you can get a ton of bang for your buck.
ASOS stocks a truly massive number of brands, but the store’s in-house labels are often our favorites. You can browse ASOS, ASOS Curve, ASOS Petite, and ASOS Tall any season and know you’re going to find what you’re looking for. (Includes plus-sizes.)
If you’re wondering where that editor on Insta got her crazy-cool top with the ruffled sleeves, cut-out shoulders, or extra-long cuffs, odds are good it came from this Korea-based site where nearly everything is under $100.
Wild Fang is a female-founded and women-run company that consistently gives to organizations like Planned Parenthood and the ACLU—and almost everything is under $100.
Cupshe is your one-stop-shop for everything you’ll need for your next vacation. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Fast fashion label Minkpink is gaining a good reputation for their cute ‘n’ cheap clothes, but make sure you also check out their sunglasses collection before leaving the website.
Looking for the perfect going-out dress? Meshki is the place to check out right freakin’ now. Of course, they offer pretty much any other type of clothing you could possibly want, as well—all at amazing prices.
If you’re a fan of fun, offbeat, affordable fashion, and you haven’t hit up Nasty Gal yet, what are you waiting for? The e-commerce powerhouse started as an eBay vintage store, and still has a knack for trends inspired by decades past. (Includes plus-sizes.)
While it can be a bit risky to order clothing from Shein without trying them on (We’ve found their sizing is hit-and-miss.), there’s no denying those prices cannot be beat. (Includes plus-sizes.)
J.Crew has everything you could want in a clothing brand. From classic looks you can wear 10 years from now to oh-so trendy pieces you’ll want in your closet immediately, you’re sure to find your new favorite clothing and accessories. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Article& is everything you love about Brooklyn—cool, offbeat style at prices that won’t scare you away. The store offers a tight edit of unique, wearable, and affordable threads and jewelry by contemporary and independent labels.
From Manchester’s best-kept fashion secret to one of the fastest-growing global e-boutiques, Boohoo is like Missguided’s younger sister, stocking the latest trends at deep bargains. (Includes plus-sizes.)
COS is in the same stable of retailers as H&M, but don’t let that fool you: the sophisticated aesthetic and arty wares can easily pass as designer. The prices, too, hover closer to the $100-mark—but don’t miss the jewelry section, where an expensive-looking new necklace or set of earrings can be had for less than $30.
If you’re looking for denim under $100, Warp & Weft is about to blow your mind. Stock up on all types of denim styles from this affordable retailer. You can never have too many pairs of jeans, right? (Includes plus-sizes.)
Dia & Co is a plus-size styling service that allows you to get matched with new clothing picked out by stylists. Simply fill out a style quiz and pin looks you look, then they’ll deliver everything to you. Simple as that. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Feel-good fashion—that is, the kind that’s ethically made—often comes with a hefty price-tag. But not at StyleSaint: these guys are all about making ethical, affordable products that last more than just one season. We’re particularly into the lace dresses, so make sure you have a look in that direction while browsing the online store.
Obviously Nordstrom houses some of fashion’s biggest and most expensive brands, but their sale section cannot be beat. It’s the ultimate place to find deals on all your favorite pieces. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Pretty Little Thing is similar to Missguided and Boohoo: full of trendy fast-fashion finds that your wallet won’t hate you for buying. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Step this way for beautifully-designed clothes that actually last. As every Canadian knows, their layering pieces, tissue-thin tees, and winter coats are some of the best you can buy. The store stocks several in-house brands, so it helps to know your faves:
Treat yourself to sustainable fashion you’ll love for years. From cute flats to wear-every-day button downs, you can’t go wrong with Everlane’s chic collections.
If there’s a trend you’re loving, but know will be dated by next season, step into this fashion chain—they’re bound to be carrying the look you’re after at a price you won’t be scared to pay. (Includes plus-sizes.)
In most major cities you can find a H&M on just about every corner—but even still, we prefer the less stressful experience of browsing online. It’s easier to see everything they carry, none of it’s been tried on 20 times, and there’s no risk of being jostled by a group of rowdy teens. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Lulu’s is filled with under-$50 party dresses, plus cheap ‘n’ cute tops, sweaters, skirts, and more.
Consider it Japan’s answer to H&M. The denim is great, the collaborations (Carine Roitfeld, Jil Sander) are even better, but the tights, tanks, and turtlenecks in the brand’s Heattech fabric are what we stock up on year after year.
If you’re stuck on stocking fillers for Christmas, order from Wanderlust&Co to pick up under-$50, delicate jewelry, including midi-rings, hand chains, ear cuffs, and more.
From mini dresses to the perfect crop top, Princess Polly has everything you need for the ideal going-out (or hanging out) wardrobe—with almost everything under $70.
Beginning Boutique has everything from casual dresses and crop tops to formalwear. Plus, nearly everything is under $70, so go ahead and treat yourself to a new wardrobe.
Famed in part for a series of collaborations with Rihanna, River Island is also a reliable go-to for inexpensive pieces across the board. Go here for great denim and to snap up passing trends you don’t want to invest too heavily in.
Some of Loft’s pieces can be priced a little higher than some places, but they almost always have a sale going on. From classic pieces to some trendier ones, this is a great site to find good quality everyday looks. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Picture all the accessories you love in Zara, and then multiply them by ten—that’s what you’ll find at & Other Stories. The label is one of the more luxe brands in H&M’s portfolio and famed for incredible shoes, bags, and jewelry, though they’ve also nailed off-beat collaborations with designers like Rodarte and Zana Bayne.
Whether or not you’ve ever stepped into a Mango store, you have to admit the Spanish mega-brand’s online product photography is seriously enticing.
This New York label specializes in statement-making, confidence-boosting pieces, most of which come in under $100. Even better? Sizing goes up to 3X. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Anyone who loves their budget brands is no doubt already familiar with Topshop, the reigning retailer for expensive-looking, wallet-friendly wardrobes.
If you’re in need of some new jewelry, look no further than BaubleBar. From personalized accessories to statement jewelry that’s sure to make your next outfit pop, there’s no shortage of incredible pieces.
Chic Soul is a curvy online boutique that’s pretty easy on the budget. The e-retailer has everything from your next favorite pair of jeans to work out gear. (Includes plus-sizes.)
Tobi is the perfect place to find both going out ensembles and cozy sweaters for nights at home. Plus, they’re almost always running some kind of sale on their already-low prices.
A new, Instagram-friendly wardrobe can be found on the cheap at this Los Angeles-based site—think crop tops for $25, vegan leather jackets for $60 and chokers for $10. (Includes plus-sizes.)
This TikTok-approved e-commerce site is chock-full of on-trend pieces on budget. While we hope they expand their size range soon, if you’re looking for under $50 style staples, Cider’s got your back.
Yeah, we know—Zara isn’t exactly under the radar, but for relatively inexpensive clothes and accessories that look as if they were ripped from the runway, it’s one of the best.
While Anthropologie does have some pricier items, you can typically find some affordable pieces—along with an amazing sale section. It might take a little more digging if you’re on a tight budget, but you’re likely to find a seriously cool piece in your price range. (Includes plus-sizes.)
For those who like to wear their attitude on their sleeve (or front, or hat), this e-boutique offers cheeky tees, bombers, patches, and accessories featuring the work of founder and artist Ilse Valfré.
For of-the-moment plus-size finds, head to Ashley Stewart. With everything from flow-y summer dresses to denim that hugs your curves, you’ll love what this size-inclusive retailer has to offer. (Includes plus-sizes.)
This article was originally published August 2016.