Let’s face facts, we all love to find a good deal. A problem with this is that it can be difficult to come across pieces that are listed at a reasonable price and meet our standards in regards to quality and visual appeal. We here at Wanderset are familiar with this struggle and have a slew of dope pieces that will enhance your ensemble without draining your pockets.

Whether you’re looking to treat yourself while on a budget or you just love a good deal, we’ve got quite a few pieces that you’ll fall in love with.

Find some of my favorite high quality, low price items that’ll add some additional flare to your wardrobe while still keeping some Benjis in your bank account.

Bomb Clothing – Taupe Sweatpants ($70)

Comfort, style, and functionality all built into one aesthetically appealing pair of sweats. What more could you ask for?

Cheap Monday – Blow Jacket ($68)

Stepping out in this Cheap Monday bomber jacket will make you feel, get ready for it…like you’re the bomb. Thank you, I’ll be here all week.

Youth Machine – Freelife Trophy ($45)

Dress it up with some black jeans and some boots, or dress casually with a comfortable pair of sweats and some Adidas. Either way, this shirt from Youth Machine will become a quick favorite and a new go-to piece.

For Those Who Sin – First Timer Black Longsleeve Shirt ($75)

Show everyone your edgy side with this awesome, eye-catching tee from one of my favorite brands: For Those Who Sin.

We Are Alumnus – Milan Fleece Crewneck ($60)

Haven’t really been to Milan? No one has to know – they’ll still love this fleece crewneck from We Are Alumnus.

Youth Machine – Cobain ($48)

Let your shirt speak for you with this 100% cotton Youth Machine shirt featuring a quote from the late, great Kurt Cobain.

Author

Standing at an astounding 5’4”, James G. is a Philly native with a penchant for music, style, and culture. While he always has time to make business moves, James is a blast in a glass who enjoys social outings and attending concerts whenever the opportunity arises. When he’s not writing articles and conducting interviews with artists, he can be found indulging in shots of tequila, pretending to be classy at brunch, and supporting his fellow curators.

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