As far as celebrity clothing lines go the demand is high, and the prices on the tags are higher. But as of late, companies and celebrities with acclaimed street style have partnered with labels and even curated and designed some of their favorite looks at accessible stores at a low price.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner have featured their collections at PacSun the past few seasons, but this time around they made it that much more affordable for a college budget. With pieces ranging from corduroy overalls, rompers with a 1970s groove, and off-the-shoulder tops, it captures an effortless spring/summer style. Pricing varies from $25-$50, with an average of $36 per piece.
WhoWhatWear, a fashion publication, launched their collaboration with Target in early February with assembles described as, “a collection that makes dressing effortlessly chic as simple as it is smart,” according to the Target website. New pieces are expected to be added every month and the price for pieces averages at $24.99.
If you’re a sneaker lover, Rihanna collaborated with Puma to create edgy creepers, available in black, tan, and even light pink. Although you may have a tough time getting your hands on them due to the demand these start at $120, for you serious sneaker aficionados. If you’re looking for a cheaper version, Adidas Stan Smiths, inspired by the french tennis player, retail at $65 and are a staple in every students closet with the pristine white exterior.