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Under $100/ Fashion / 21 Mar, 2019

My Favorite Retailers for Affordable Spring Fashion


fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a black crop top and white denim from vici dolldIn yesterday’s post (here), I mentioned that I rarely splurge on clothing during the warmer seasons unless I’m investing in a new pair of shoes or bag. So I wanted to break down my favorite retailers that I typically head to first when I’m on the hunt for affordable spring fashion. During spring and summer, my daily uniform mostly comprises of easy basics so all I really need are some new statement tops to go with my massive denim collection. I also like to snag easy sun dresses to switch things up. Currently, there are so many great finds under $100 so you really don’t need to spend a lot to look chic. Scroll ahead for the exact brands and stores I always shop at.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a black crop top and white denim from vici dolls collection


It’s no secret that I go to Nordstrom for basically everything. But when it comes to budget-friendly options, their Trend Collection never disappoints. The first brands I start culling through include ASTR the Label, Topshop, Wayf, and Endless Rose. While you can find some of these brands at other retailers listed below, Nordstrom offers a wider selection that I may not always find at Shopbop or Revolve.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a white lace top from revolve


Revolve has a great line up of designer brands I love, but their growing collection of more affordable ones have me checking their website regularly. My latest obsessions include Bardot, Superdown, By The Way, and Minkpink. The Revolve aesthetic is uber feminine, so this is one of my first stops for flirty tops, dresses, or cute mini skirts.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing an eyelet lace top from asos for spring


Asos’s huge inventory gives you access to just about every major trend on the market. The brands I’m often filtering through first are Boohoo, PrettyLittleThing, Missguided, and River Island. Their eponymous label (here) actually offers tons of great pieces as well, especially when it comes to denim and ruffle tops/dresses. With a mix of feminine, classic, and androgynous silhouettes, you can essentially create any outfit you desire.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a janessa leone hat and a chloe faye bag

Free People

Although I typically shop for Free People at Nordstrom and Revolve, their inventory often goes quick. So sometimes, it’s best to head directly to their website. I’ve been a huge Free People fan for quite some time now. I just love how their bodysuits, knitwear, and dresses all feel so feminine with a bohemian vibe. And the fit is usually flawless even on a petite frame like mine.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing an olive trench coat from revolve and a saint laurent envelope bag


I shop at H&M year-round because you never know what little surprises you might find. Plus, they make some of the best affordable sweaters. With early spring weather leaning on the cooler side, I’ll stock up on light knits that I can wear through the first part of the season and then save later for fall.

fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a white coat from club monaco and a white romper


Filling up your closet with all the latest trends can be expensive, but I love how Forever21 makes it more affordable. Whenever I’m hesitant about trying out a new trend, I’ll always test the waters with a high street option first – and I almost always head to Forever21 for that. Besides trendier garments, I also love it for casual day dresses and swim coverups.

xo, Maria

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