Don’t you just love online shopping? It’s the easiest way to get cute clothes, especially if you live on campus. Personally, my favorite moment is receiving the email from the mail center that says, “you’ve got a package!” However, this exciting moment doesn’t happen very often. I don’t know about you, but college has made me VERY broke. With that being said, I have done some research for those of you who need a pair of cute cheap jeans in your life.
1. Forever 21
Forever 21 always has my back! I absolutely adore this store for understanding that millennials these days don’t have enough money in the bank to pay for expensive, stylish jeans (sorry American Eagle and PacSun). Not only will your wallet thank you, but you will get a pair of jeans that fit your unique style. Surprisingly, Forever 21 jeans have gotten more comfortable and durable, so it’s an added bonus!
This Australian Boutique is very low-key and affordable for a cute pair of jeans. Considering that it’s from Australia, no one will have the same jeans as you! In high school, my friends would always rave about these unfamiliar online Australian shops, and they are definitely something to consider when you are browsing for a trendy, inexpensive pair of jeans. The nice thing about this website is that there is always a sale going on, so you’re in luck!
My cousins from Rhode Island swear on Zumiez! You are destined to find the best deals on brand names. There is always a sale going on at Zumiez, so you’re in luck when you visit their online store for some cute cheap jeans!
TJMaxx is my absolute favorite store. If you aren’t informed, they finally have online shopping! For me, this is such a blessing because I shop at TJMaxx like it’s my job. Seriously, they have the best clothes and I am an avid supporter of their merchandise. I get all of my jeans from here because they always have the brands I love, and they are way cheaper!
Honestly, what does Amazon not have? That’s all I have to say about that haha! CHECK OUT THOSE CUTE LEVIS! THE PRICE IS AMAZING!
One of my good friends loves this website. You can get items that are similar to free people, urban outfitters, and forever 21. They also have really cute jeans that you should check out! I originally thought this website would be sketchy to purchase from; however, they are reliable! It comforts me that one of my friends has shopped here before, so I’m sending the message that they actually provide cute (and seriously cheap) jeans.
If you love to thrift-shop Poshmark is a reliable page! I have shopped on this online thrift-store many times, and have always been satisfied by the outcome. If you want a unique pair of jeans, a great quality brand name, and a reasonable price, go to Poshmark!
Dresslily has such unique, trendy style! If you are looking for a different pair of jeans that stands out in the crowd, you should check out Dresslily. Through my research, all of the jeans under the denim category are under twenty-five dollars, a bang for your buck!
College girls love Tobi! You will always be able to find a stylish look for a party, a date, or a night downtown with your girls.
Last but not least, good old H&M! Here, you will find the basic jeans you need for a casual day on the quad, or a pair to wear to class when you get sick of the same type of leggings you wear all week.
I hope I gave you enough resources to stock up on cute cheap jeans for the rest of the spring semester! As Hannah Montana once said, “I’m gonna put on my old blue jeans.” Now you can put on your NEW, trendy, blue jeans!
Do you like these websites with cute cheap jeans? Let us know in the comment section below!
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