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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at SJU chapter.


Being stylish can be difficult especially when you don’t have an endless amount of money to spend on clothes. In a world where Youtubers and bloggers get paid to look good, it can be intimidating to the average college girl to find fashion pieces just as nice while still fitting in their budget. I’m here to help all your fashion dreams come true by  providing all the stores you need to have in order to look like a true queen this fall season. 




  1. https://us.boohoo.com

  2. https://www.prettylittlething.us

  3. https://www.tobi.com

  4. https://us.princesspolly.com

  5. https://www.missguidedus.com



These websites have a lot of the latest trends while still being affordable. Of course we all know the websites like Zaful and Shein, but sometimes the risk of quality being too poor is extremely high. I personally love shopping on these websites because if you’re one to not wear an outfit again after you already posted a picture in it, then these shops keep your budget in mind. However, if you’d like to shop for designer items still while on a budget, then I would recommend using https://poshmark.com and https://www.therealreal.com. Although those two websites are not new items, you can get amazing designer finds for way less than the normal retail value. 



Overall, it is not hard to become a fashion guru while staying within your budget. It  comes down to knowing how and when to shop. Sales and discount codes are your bestfriend when it comes to saving money. I know we’ve all been there when we contemplated our entire order  just for that $6 shipping charge. The websites I mentioned have sales typically all the time, so don’t fret if you think the shirt you want won’t go on sale. And for all the college gals, if you’re not already, sign-up for Student Beans and UniDays. They provide discount codes for tons of stores to help you all stay on budget. 


Hope you all become your own fashion icon while saving money!





Finance Major
Saint Joseph's University Campus Correspondent