It’s no doubt that the fall weather has already creeped up on us on the East Coast. Fall is probably my second favorite season, after summer of course. For those of you working in corporate or business environments and want to save money, I’ve made a list of my favorite affordable places to shop.
One third of my closet consists of items from ASOS. I even did one of my graduate term papers on the company, that’s how obsessed I am with their products. From dresses to work attire, they make sure you get the best bang for your buck. I recently interviewed Grammy Award nominated Chrisette Michele, who also mentioned that ASOS is one of her favorite places to find cool items.
If you’re looking for trendy, fun, or runway pieces, then H&M has you all covered. You can stock up your professional wardrobe for an affordable price.
Loft is an extension of the Ann Taylor brand, however their styles are more casual, preppy and target a younger crowd. Check out their 60% sale going on right now!
You’ve heard the commercials “ TjMaxx you should go.” It’s definitely one of those best kept secret stores. Personally, I love TJ Maxx’s selection of outerwear. As the cold weather sets in, be sure to go there and check it out.
Thrift/ Consignment Stores
I found some of my favorite and most eye-catching pieces while thrifting. Over the years, Beacon’s Closet in New York has become my go-to thrift store. However, feel free to check out your local thrift shop. Here are some stores to start your search: Plato’s Closet, Goodwill and Salvation Army
Where do you guys like to shop for your work clothes? Leave a comment below.
3 thoughts on “Affordable Fashion Stores for Young Professionals”
Wow, I was literally just telling my mom that it is SO hard for me, as a young professional to find CUTE clothes for work! Thank you for sharing. And by the way, I absolutely LOVE your blog. It has become a regular read for me. Hugs all the way from Chicago!
Thank you very much! It means a lot. I’m glad I was able to help.
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