How to Find the Cheapest Jeans Online

by Jaime on February 19, 2012

Cheap jeans! We all want them, but not everyone knows just how to score that super sweet deal.

How do I know? Oh, only because I know all about making big, HUGE mistakes. That’s all.

So here’s your Get Out of Jail Free card: you can learn from me instead of hurting your wallet, wardrobe and the guts of those who love you (they’re going to laugh too hard to breathe if you have chambray farmer jeans that come right below your boobs, too). Do it for all of us!

Stay tuned for Part Two, where you’ll get to see my top five tips for finding the cheapest denim!


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Paula @lkg4sweetspot February 19, 2012 at 12:39 pm

I remember when you bought those j brands! I agree, every once in a while those crazy cheap sale jeans pay off – but usually it is the good sale items that seem to work out and get more wear. I will pay a little more for AG or C/E because I know they will get constant wear!


Jaime February 19, 2012 at 4:26 pm

I swear, those jeans are the most magical pair. How are they still so perfectly on-trend?!?


sandy February 22, 2012 at 8:46 am

Considering I unloaded 1/4 of my collection last weekend, I totally get it now and only zero in the brands and cuts that I know fit me right and will change with my ever changing shape.

yeah, hurt wallet, totally. Rinse and repeat until I’m done being an idiot :(


Melissa April 10, 2012 at 8:35 am

I never realized how differently sizes & fits varied from brand to brand until I started doing designer jean parties. We carry about 130 pair of jeans in our inventories ranging in brands, styles, & sizes, so each time I get new inventory I love trying on brands I’ve never tried before. But, I’ve realized that my size can range significantly depending on the brand & style of jeans. So I think you would really have to know the brand & how it fits you to order jeans online, and even then, sometimes the style is not right for your body shape. I really like how to calculate the PPW….I’m going to use that at my parties!!! :)


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