10 Places to Find Cool (and Cheap!) Jeans Online
In our extra-special April issue that hits newsstands soon (FYI, it’s taking all my willpower–and a no-spilling-the-beans clause in my contract–not to blurt out and tell you which gorgeous star totally shuts it down on our cover!) we’ve got a shortlist of where to find cheap cool jeans. However, we couldn’t squeeze all of our favorite shopping secrets in the magazine, so here’s a little cheat-sheet of where to find the best online deals, just for you STF fans:
Love VS bras? Just want and see what their sveltifying jeans do for your derriere.
If you want to try the candy-colored denim look but your sweet spot–money-wise–is in the under $40 price range, Charlotte Russe’s jeans come in a rainbow of colors.
Roxy’s relax-fit jeans go perfectly with their surfer girl essentials.
If you don’t mind ordering a size or two up–or the flashbacks to your teenage years–you can score a hip pair of slim-fit jeans from this mall favorite.
The online outpost of this hip Euro brand boasts a number of tight’n’sleek styles. Pair them with a khaki trench and patent flats for a romantic American in Paris look.
Ditto for Wet Seal stuff–just keep in mind these sexy styles have *a lot *of stretch, so order a bit of a bigger size unless you’re into the painted-on look.
This online shop now offers free shipping over $50, just don’t try to shop while at work: The site features a VERY loud soundtrack, which can alert co-workers to your um, unofficial business. We found that one out the hard way.
Dying for a pair of vintage 501s? Track ’em down–in some cases for a mere $20–at Ebay.
And if you want a spiffy new pair in the latest silhouette, log onto Levi.com–and don’t forget to check the sale section. A recent visit turned up classic bootcuts and a slim-cut in the perfect blue wash for under $40 each.
A recent tour of the mega-sites denim offerings included $20 Evisus (instead of $200), $25 cuts from Grane and more.
__Know of any other stellar denim site? Who makes your favorite pair of jeans? What kind of cut are you into these days? Skinny? Wide-leg? Classic bootcut? Are you going to try the slouchy boyfriend cut that looked so chic on Tracey? Think you’ve got too many pairs of jeans as it is? Find out if your # is the norm or not.