Best cheap clothing stores in NYC
In business since 1993, INA is one of the most reliable consignment shop chains in the city. Priding itself on accepting only the highest-quality items for resale, its racks are full trendy steals from brands like Stella McCartney, BALLY, Pucci and Chanel.
Get your plastic ready because you’re about to overload your closet with casual-cool duds at this shop. But, don’t worry, this splurge will hardly make a dent in your bank account. Why? Because Primark—the trendy, dirt-cheap, UK fashion brand—now has a store in New York! (Er, well, the Staten Island Mall.) You can leave with multiple bags filled-to-the-brim with new clothes without feeling any shopper’s remorse. (Seriously, you can get a pair of shoes for $12.)
At Housing Works, you can actually feel good about shopping—all profits go toward helping the homeless and those with AIDS. But beyond its charitable mission, Housing Works is a great place to offload goods while simultaneously scoring vintage garb from labels like Givenchy, DVF and Gucci.
This chain of shops from Wendy Chung is known for trendy pieces at mid-range prices, making it the ideal spot to snag of-the-moment pieces without breaking the bank. As an added bonus, all items are curated from Japan, Korea and Hong Kong, so you know you’re getting something unique.
This thrift-store chain goes by different names throughout the city—No Relation Vintage, Village Style and Vice Versa Vintage to name a few—but each carries affordable pre-loved goods for both sexes. Don't go looking for high-end brands—think Gap denim jackets for just $5.
This stunningly sleek boutique will make you double-guess the affordable price point. Even though the space is distinctively high-end, you can find off-the-shoulder body-con dresses, patchwork bomber jackets and grommet-studded booties for less than $50 each.
A bargain hunter’s dream, this colossal department store stocks labels like Lanvin, YSL, Marni and Rebecca Taylor for up to 70 percent off. When the OG location in the Financial District turned 50, it opened a second one on the Upper West Side to bring you twice as many clothes and accessories for a steal.
This budget-friendly store is bursting with locally made dresses, blouses, coats and more, most of them with a vintage, retro feel. Snag quirky printed tees, polka-dot bathing suits and a litany of funky accessories, most of which are under (or well under) $100.
Known for cute, of-the-moment fashions at affordable prices, this is the perfect outlet for picking up cheap garb without the department-store fuss—almost everything is priced under $50.
After years of anticipation, Bloomingdale’s finally opened an outlet store to much acclaim. The praise is for good reason—you can snag overstocked clothing, shoes and accessories for 25 to 50 percent off.
Known for mixing girly pieces with edgy, statement-making accessories, La Di Da Dee is the perfect spot to get experimental without breaking the bank. Enjoy a variety of duds like daring bodysuits, flirty wrap dresses and gemstone cuffs, the majority of which are $100 or less.
At this colorful home decor boutique selling a litany of items including accessories, gifts and party gear, you can’t help but have fun shopping. Splurge on everything from trendy cookbooks to screen-printed glassware to locally made onesies, all for bargain-basement prices.
Though, yes, it’s always a bit chaotic inside, this department store outlet is a treasure trove for mid-range brands like Michael Kors, BCBG and Ella Moss at up to 40 percent off.
It can be tough to find a bargain boutique in Williamsburg, but we did it. Fashionable and relaxed, Pema is home to chic clothing, jewelry and accessories that won’t leave your wallet empty.
Most of the clothes sold at this cozy neighborhood nook are locally made, making it a feel-good spot for shopping at any price point. Though some pricier items exist, there’s a plentiful selection of tops, tees and accessories for $100 or less.