31 Best Affordable Streetwear Brands to Buy in 2023

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Most Affordable But Stylish Streetwear Brands in 2023

With streetwear holding such a powerful position with younger buyers, the demand for cheap streetwear brands is rising.

There aren’t many other fashion styles that have managed to evolve and stay current while still honoring the origins and iterations that came before them.

This article is for the die-hards of the streetwear style and newcomers looking for affordable streetwear brands without breaking the bank.

This article will introduce you to 31 budget streetwear brands that are breaking through now in 2023.


Best Budget Streetwear Outfits For Skateboarders

From $18.19

HUF streetwear


“A perfect mix of ‘staying ahead of the curve style’ and ‘honor of the 90’s iconic skateboarding and streetwear stars, this is a streetwear brand filled with nostalgic vibes.”

LOCATION | Based in California, US – Ships worldwide.

The founder of the HUF, Keith Hufnagel, grew up skateboarding in the gritty streets of New York City in the late ’80s fashion.

Back in those days, skateboarding was not popular at all:

It was somehow linked to a weird blend of punk rock and hip-hop, forming a counterculture of outcasts misunderstood by the classic genres and the masses.

However, this way of living would ultimately shape Hufnagel’s outlook on life and influence his skate streetwear apparel collections.

Nowadays, the shop/retail space HUF brings together some of the most respected brands of the skateboard, streetwear, and sneaker culture communities.

Keith’s brand, HUF essentials, works almost like a capsule collection; there, you can find streetwear pieces “Made by skateboarders, for skateboarders.”

HUF represents a more refined and forward-thinking skateboard brand and any individual inspired by the vast array of countercultures that parallel skateboard mentality.


Stylistic & Affordable Street Style Clothing

From $25

OBEY streetwear


“Empowered by activism, Obey is a streetwear label with a powerful message and a superb artistic feel.”

LOCATION | Based in California, US, the brand ships to most countries.

There’s no shortage of trendy streetwear pieces showcasing Obey’s loud logo.

Obey is a streetwear clothing brand started by Shepard Fairey and packed with politically themed illustrations.

Thanks to the ubiquitous ‘Zumiez’ carrying the label at reasonable prices, the company earned a “mal” streetwear reputation, at least in the US.

At times, this streetwear brand is engaged in political and social commentary – see the rise of parody tees for further evidence.


Best Affordable Graphic Tees & Outwear Streetwear

From $11.25

MENACE streetwear


“A great streetwear label for refreshing and innovative capsule streetwear collections out of the mass market norm.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Menace was launched in Los Angeles by Steven Mena, aiming to propagate a disappearing (maybe) but not-defunct streetwear form.

Over and over, we are told that genuine streetwear has died after shedding its local, subculture-based reputation to a global type of existence.

It is valid from multiple perspectives:

social media-fueled American hypebeast aesthetic, eCommerce making it possible for anyone, anywhere, and the advent of exclusive drops into general streetwear.

However, as long as high-end designer brands like Balenciaga borrow (steal) metaphors from streetwear brands, I know streetwear is anything but dying.

I love the label for the graphic tees, outerwear, and caps pulled from hip-hop and punk themes, away from sun-splashed over commercial Venice Beach imagery.


Modern Workwear With Emphasis On Street Culture

From $14.75

THE HUNDREDS cheap streetwear


“Fuelled by the ethos, “People over Products,” this streetwear brand makes workwear attire look spectacular on the streets of the world’s capital cities.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Born in sunny and posh Cali, The Hundreds is a rare fashion label dedicated to street culture fashionistas.

Started 16 years ago by Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar, the brand has stayed on a relatively steady course.

The brand has terrific streetwear clothes inspired by skateboarding, surfing, hip-hop, and punk culture vibes, starting at around $30.

Thanks to the brand’s growing visibility and clout, The Hundreds has moved into luxury streetwear, which has seemed like the next logical and inevitable step.

Moreover, thanks to their latest collaborations, including Disney and Adidas, The Hundreds has gained an aspirational, get-this-drop feel.

While most of the brand’s pieces are affordable, some T-shirts, caps, outerwear, and denim go above $200, especially the color-blocked combinations.


Oversized, Contrasting, & Colorful Streetwear Looks

From $24

CROSS COLOURS streetwear


“One-of-a-kind streetwear label that uses street fashion as a form of protest.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Started by entrepreneur Carl Jones with the later edition of graphic designer Thomas Jones, Cross Colours is a unique vehicle for disseminating racial unity, rebuking gang violence, and promoting education.

The motto of the brand Cross Colours feels exceptionally timely:

Clothes Without Prejudices since 1989.

I love Cross Colour’s cheap streetwear pieces and their HBCU Mentorship Program that connects students with resources, helping them get into fashion and entertainment.



Old-school Streetwear Remade In Contemporary Looks

From $10

PARADISE NYC streetwear


“An affordable streetwear brand of high self-expression and vintage visual factors that are still highly valued.”

LOCATION | Based in NYC, US – Ships worldwide.

Those in your mid-30s likely recall the independently run t-shirt shops of the ’90s.

Perhaps there was one at your local mall or in an alternative section of your city.

Those old kinds of stores used to carry a mix of band tees, pop culture parodies, and kitschy statement prints, often available only there.

Paradise NYC is a streetwear brand that brings back memories of those bold and sometimes borderline-inappropriate graphics.

Started by the LA skater Sean Pablo, the brand was formerly known as Palisades Paradise, occasionally spelled PARADI3E.

You can now have the feeling of having something semi-exclusive without breaking your bank account.


Top Quality Streetwear Staples With Edgy Designs

From $29.95

Stüssy streetwear


“Great streetwear brand known for collaborations with other cool streetwear brands – check out their “featured” section.”

LOCATION | Based in California, US, with flag stores in New York, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Milan, and London – Ships worldwide.

Launched in California, Stüssy is an affordable streetwear brand that dominates the city clothing scene.

It started as a small graphic T-shirt brand in the eighties, offering worldwide shipping since then.

At this point, everyone knows the history of this seminal Californian brand, built around the local surf and skate culture.

But if you don’t know, Stussy’s reputation evolved from a chilled-out surfer store into a famous urban brand of the ’90s.

Moreover, what’s interesting is that despite the sales growing, the label hasn’t lost sight of its origins.

The brand is famous for streetwear-styled tees, bottoms, jackets, hoodies, hats, and shorts at meager prices.

You can also find affordable collaborations with high-end fashion brands and lite streetwear pieces.

I like the brand’s tees and hoodies ranging from $30 to $80 and trendy jeans under $150.


Best Affordable Streetwear Sneakers & Technical Clothing

From $50

Kith streetwear


“A streetwear label with special treats for the whole family – pay attention to the brand’s official website for discounted streetwear for men, women, and kids.”

LOCATION | Based in New York, US – Ships worldwide.

Once a footwear brand, Kith is a New York-based cheap streetwear brand.

However, true to its origins, Kith is known mainly for its streetwear sneaker collections.

However, you’ll love the brand’s apparel lines, which are popular with the streetwear community looking for value for money.

In particular, I love the brand’s collaborations with Coca-Cola, New Balance, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, and even Disney.

These collaborations turned Kith into a symbol among streetwear style aficionados.

As a recap, with logo-heavy patterns and urban, loose, oversized cuts, Kith is the solution to affordable streetwear sneakers for women & men.


Affordable Statement Streetwear Apparel In Bright Colors

From $35

DENIM TEARS affordable streetwear


“Great streetwear clothing made in the USA, from 100% EcoLife cotton, for those into sustainable streetwear apparel.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Denim Tears is a lovely, affordable streetwear brand driven by a social mission.

The creator of Denim Tears, Tremaine Emory, has been championing black culture and racial justice for a long time.

Emory also pushes all the brands he collaborates with to do the same.

He recently posted a design version of Chuck Taylor on IG, inspired by the ‘African-American Flag’ painting by David Hammons.

He then outlined the conditions of release to Nike, requiring they push to defund police departments and put minorities in leadership roles within the company.


Well-priced Streetwear Releases With Meaningful Vibes

From $2.00

10.DEEP streetwear


“A streetwear brand of rare heritage that employs modern cuts and a lot of vibrant graphics.”

LOCATION | Based in New York, US – Ships worldwide.

Created by Scott Sasso in 1995, 10.Deep is a New York-based streetwear brand that flowed with the tides of graphic tee trends over the past few decades.

While purists now balk at its colorful, almost-eyesore graphics, that’s what rakes in all the ‘hypebeasts’ dollars, whether we want to acknowledge it or not.

And, whether the punk and skate influences drew you in, or you dig the ’90s-referencing anime iconic graphics, 10.Deep has the perfect formula:

“… one part history, one part regular and distinctive drops, and another part super reasonable prices.

And between history and aspirations, you’ll get super balanced street style garments from a label that makes premium look average.


Low-budget Streetwear Clothing With Political Messages

From $10



“The ideal streetwear label for those interested in political pieces and loud prints to subtly showcase one’s rebellious side.”

LOCATION | Based in Washington D.C., US – Ships worldwide.

Launched as a retail and restaurant concept in Washington, DC, Diet Starts Monday was created to last only three months.

However, the mad success the store experienced had it up for over a year.

Moreover, once the store was closed, the continuing demand made the brand continue operating and selling cheap streetwear via pop-ups across the country.

Over the years, the brand has partnered with various companies to release budget streetwear collections – from $45 to $200.

I invite you to check out the brand’s latest releases which feature anti-police brutality messages and a wide array of “Stop Killing Black People” streetwear tees.


Accessible Luxury Streetwear With Futuristic Styles

From $120

A Cold Wall streetwear


“A superb streetwear label expert in reversible and oversized designs with a bit of Britishness flavor and taste.”

LOCATION | Based in London, UK – Ships worldwide.

London-based fashion designer Samuel Ross started his British streetwear label A-Cold-Wall with functional design, fabric, and architecture in mind.

But, as the climate changed, so did his focus on streetwear couture.

Moreover, as Black Lives Matter protests crossed the ocean into the UK, the brand reacted by donating to its BLM financial aid program.

The program creates ten grants in various categories, from streetwear fashion to urban planning, public administration, and food services.


Best Basic Streetwear Sets For Women, Men, & Unisex

From $9.99

HYPE. streetwear


“A streetwear brand focused on apparel and lifestyle products – backpacks, bottles – to match and augment one’s streetwear attitude.”

LOCATION | Based in London, UK – Ships worldwide.

What started as a T-shirt competition back in 2011 now joins the iconic list of cheap streetwear brands with great success.

That’s because Hype. has turned into a fully-fledged streetwear name centered around all-over logo graphics.

The vivid and intense images are signatures of sorts, whether describing floral, geometric, or tie-dye design.

HYPE manages to avoid the plain, solid-color trap as the T-shirt generally goes through a revolution or at least a reworking.

All these aspects result in flashy and statement-worthy without losing sight of comfort and price friendliness.

The label also offers a plus-size clothing line for those curvy gals!


Best Affordable Classic Streetwear Brand

From $45

BROWNSTONE streetwear


“A rare place for streetwear classics and revisited-OG streetwear pieces that one must have as high-quality investment pieces.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Brownstone is a streetwear brand on the radar of Lebron James, James Harden, and the cool kids at Complex.

Also, the brand was enlisted to create the official merch for the Roots Picnic 2020.

If that doesn’t make you want to get on board, take a closer look at the designed and sold shirt that raised over $45,000 for various BLM causes.

I also like the brand’s comfy shorts and cozy cool hoodies that won’t break the bank.


Fun Graphics With Strong Messages

From $36



“Underground and highly artistic streetwear merch.”

LOCATION | Based in New York, US – Ships worldwide.

If you’re going to do graphic tees, whatever you create better be pretty memorable.

That’s the motto of Spaghetti Boys, a cheap streetwear brand started by Kerwin Frost and Ray Martinez.

The label is unabashedly owning the viral-marketed, Off-White-originating, celebrity-endorsed roots – defies all that with expansive, doodle-like images and outlandish designs.

The garments resemble hybrid concert tees with hand-drawn, grotesque-leaning scribbles you might encounter somewhere in the middle of a high school student’s textbook, crafted in a moment of boredom.

Moreover, you don’t have to see the brand’s logo to know the tee is a “Spaghetti Boys” design, as every cut functions strictly as a signature.


Fashionable Streetwear With Summer Color Palettes

From $20

RENOWNED LA cheap streetwear


“With an adventurous and world-recognized ethos, this cheap streetwear brand has been featured in major fashion publications and magazines for the last two years or so.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles – Ships worldwide.

Driven by the ever-so-imaginative creative director John Dean, Renowned LA continues to push street menswear to new heights.

This time, Dean focuses on diversity and sustainability, as seen in the label’s kilter streetwear collection entitled “Against All Odds.”

The collection explores the American Dream and features robust graphic t-shirts featuring pinnacles of black culture since the Civil Rights Era.

The best part is that all proceeds will go to ‘The George Floyd Foundation’ and ‘Reclaim the Block.’


Affordable Streetwear For Culture Lovers & Graphics Fans

From $19

KNOW WAVE streetweara


“A powerful streetwear label drawing energy and inspiration from a multi-artistic international community that has helped build the label so far.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US, with flag stores in New York, Los Angeles, London, Moscow, and Tokyo – Ships worldwide.

What’s better? – to borrow from or to get inspired by Peter Saville?

Conceived as a platform for LA art gallery Morán in 2012, Know Wave ties in both a radio station and clothing line that mimics the minimalism of Saville’s work, especially the club posters, album covers, and single art produced for Factory Records.

Appearing on countless tees, hoodies, jackets, and shoes over the past five years, the brand shoots at recognizable themes such as New Order, Power, Corruption & Lies, with vivid artwork and retro feels.

The prices are a bit more budget-friendly, so there’s always something on the cheap side.

Overall, the garments, while still logo and graphics-based, have a certain understated versatility.


Stylish, Functional & Affordable Street-punk Clothing

From $47

Palace skateboard streetwear


“A cheap streetwear label that banks on street-punk irreverence striking out loud no matter who, what, or where you are.”

LOCATION | Based in London – Ship to most countries, including the US.

If you’re trying to be the cool kid on the streets again, Palace might be the streetwear brand for you.

Despite being a young brand (started in 2010), Palace has become quite popular thanks to exciting collaborations with Adidas and Reebok.

I find Palace an excellent brand for cheap tracksuits, crop jackets, tees, cargo pants, and even baseball caps.


Confrontational & Unapologetic Streetwear Styles

From $29

FTP streetwear


“An independent and provocative streetwear brand that defies norms and authorities.”

LOCATION | Based in California – Ships worldwide.

FTP, or Fuck the Population, was started by Zac Clark when he was only 15.

Clark was making t-shirts for his friends to wear in school and printed “FUCK” backward on them because, you know, teachers and that stuff…

Since its inception, the brand has remained affordable and controversial.

Zac, a gun enthusiast, once posted so many images of his firearms on social media that it led to a raid of the FTP warehouse by the cops, resulting in an arrest and $415k bail.

Another interesting tidbit about this enigmatic label is that Clark wears bandanas to shield his identity, as he is hesitant to be the ‘face’ of the brand.


Accessible High-end Streetwear With Technical Style Elements

From $85

POST-IMPERIAL streetwear


“A mindful streetwear brand from Africa that employs clever natives and sustainable processes to create unique (and very affordable) street style couture.”

LOCATION | Based in Africa – Ships worldwide.

A creation of Niyi Okuboyejo, Post-Imperial strives to design beautiful streetwear couture unseen anywhere else.

I make products that shock people. Once they pick it up, they start learning about the story behind each creation.

A true labor of love, Post-Imperial uses local Nigerian artists to hand-paint patterns on the clothing before fabrics are hand-dyed through a process developed by the Yorubas.

When done, these unique streetwear clothes are shipped to New York, where everything is cut and sewn.

Whether it is beautiful button-up tops, patchwork shorts, or galactic pocket tees, Post-Imperial has it, plus a breathtaking approach to design.


Badass-looking Denim In Streetwear Style

From $49.99

EMBELLISH NYC streetwear


“A unique streetwear label that creates undeniable statement pieces from denim at super affordable prices.”

LOCATION | Based in NYC, US – Ships worldwide.

Embellish NYC is an LA-based denim brand that feels fresh and cool.

The brand delivers elevated streetwear, even though it reads like an oxymoron and a paradox of some sort; nobody cares…

Overall, Embellish NYC creates clothing meant to be rough-and-tumble casual, influenced by a subculture that nevertheless ends up on a runway at Fashion Week.

Nothing about the label designs seems like direct cash or status grab.

Rather, slim fits in standard and biker styles when riding cruiser bikes for women get ripped, splattered, and faded in varying degrees.

With the right tools, I bet you could do something similar yourself.

However, rather than ending up as a DIY project gone wrong, Embellish NYC pulls it off with finesse.


Affordable Hip-hop Style Streetwear With 90’s Swag

From $26

Walker Wear emerging streetwear brand


“Cool, relaxed, down-the-memory line streetwear that does not need that extra boost of being the first streetwear label ever launched by a woman!”

LOCATION | Based in Brooklyn, US – Ships worldwide.

Even if this is the first time you have heard about this streetwear brand, Walker Wear is an OG of the style.

After seeing the success of Dapper Don, founder April Walker commenced her eponymous label in Brooklyn.

A real trailblazer in streetwear, the brand has been worn by Jay Z, Aaliyah, Biggie, Tupac, and LL Cool J.

I love how April brings transparency about racism in the fashion industry through clothing and style.

Read her brilliant and insightful essays on the matter, and shop some cool designs below.


Everyday Quality Streetwear Clothing & Accessories

From $48

BRICKS & WOOD streetwear


“A community streetwear brand that wants to bring purpose (and style) back to the streets.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Founder Kacey Lynch, a strong advocate for storytelling, refers to Bricks & Wood as the “South Central” brand.

Lynch thought his idea for a clothing brand was a ‘dope’ idea but refused to put it out there before he had cemented the story he wanted to tell; a rare style that does not compromise quality, diversity, and sustainability.

Nowadays, the brand’s creations are built from high-quality materials by top cutters and sewers.

As such, Bricks & Wood pieces are designed for a lifetime and can be worn by both men and women.


Vintage Street-Style Clothes & Accessories

From $30

ELWOOD streetwear


“A unique streetwear label with a deep focus on re-creating authentic vintage clothing styles via iconic fabrics and cuts.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Nowadays, at the heart of streetwear, Elwood, another California-based brand, started in the mid-’90s with a vision to rework casual apparel.

A bit complicated to start with, the concept eventually involved skaters in the design process.

Today, the brand’s initial aesthetic recalls the early 90s looks, with its tapered jeans offering enough space for movement, long shirt tail-style tees, and all-over plaid and checkerboard patterns.

Don’t get me wrong; it is not the pretty 90s fashion you remember, but close.

The clothing has more flexibility, and the somewhat minimalistic look tends to veer away from loud graphics.

I recommend this cheap streetwear brand as a store where you can put together your nostalgia-laden capsule collection – with a fresh touch.

Simply put, Elwood’s designs and prices recall the versatility and accessibility attributes that streetwear had two decades ago.


Appealing Pro Hip-hop Streetwear Graphics

From $25

PATTA streetwear


“A streetwear brand launched as a hobby, but nowadays aiming to set the trend on street-friendly affordable clothes for emerging celebs.”

LOCATION | Based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Ships worldwide

Patta was born in Amsterdam’s hip-hop scene, and as a result, it has a rare European-Urban vibe.

Amsterdam’s love for underground and hip-hop music transpires in the brand’s extra-cool collections of sneakers and streetwear basics.

I find Patta one of the most colorful and affordable streetwear brands you’ll find out there.

I also love the brand’s loose cuts, making you spend your days in comfy yet stylish outfits!

Patta is an excellent affordable streetwear brand with tees under €35 and bottoms around €100!


Streetwear For Activists Ahead Of The Game

From $17.95

CRIME CLUB streetwear


“Statement streetwear couture and unique pieces infused with strong visual stories.”

LOCATION | Based in Brooklyn, US

Based in Brooklyn, every Crime Club streetwear piece is hand-printed and created in-house by local artisans.

The brand’s latest collection includes t-shirts and hoodies that speak, strength to strength, against systemic racism or police brutality.

See, for example, Uncle Sam-inspired “I Want You to Help Us Stomp Out Racist” and the “No Cop” tees, so much in vogue right now.

Above all, Crime Club will donate 100% of the proceeds of the mentioned tees.



Blends Of Contemporary-Vintage Streetwear

From $90



“A unique streetwear label that puts ethical and environmental values back on the street.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

Come Back As a Flower‘s incredible rainbow and bleach tie-dye sweatsuit sweats make this LA streetwear brand a case apart in the landscape.

Moreover, the brand’s recent endeavors are pushing for sustainability, using 100% recycled cotton for their one-of-a-kind hand-dyed pieces.

Trendsetters like ASAP Rocky and Big Sean love this ethically produced label.



Casual Laid-back & Highly Stylish Streetwear

From $67

COMME des GARÇONS play streetwear


“A powerful streetwear label of avant-garde Japanese roots for streetwear OGs and street couture aficionados.”

LOCATION | Based in Paris, France – Ships worldwide.

If you’re looking for a quirky vibe, the Comme Des Garçons Play streetwear collection is the one for you.

You’ll find all the incredible wardrobe pieces you’ve wanted at the Iconic bug-eyed heart logo shop.

Moreover, Comme Des Garçons Play’s designer collection has an unbeatable price compared to other high-end streetwear brands.

For example, you can get tees sporting CDG heart-shaped iconic logos, classic hoodies, Breton tops, and much more for under $100!



Best Black-Owned Affordable Streetwear Brand

From $29.95



“There’s simplicity and yet a powerful character oozing from every streetwear piece launched by this rare streetwear brand.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

It doesn’t feel right to mention black-owned streetwear brands without recognizing the late Nipsey Hussle’s brand, The Marathon Clothing.

The label was started by the rapper with his brother, Samiel Asghedom, along with A&R of Def Jam, Steve Carless, and marketing strategist and public figure Karen Civil.

Since its launching day, Nipsey’s mission has been clear: to empower the local community and people through smart casual clothes that “have something to say.”

While the clothing store closed last year, the online retailer is still up and running.



Empowering Streetwear For Women & Girls

From $22.96



“A small streetwear label that creates stunningly cut, edgy, feminine, and powerful-looking street-ready clothing and styles.”

LOCATION | Based in Los Angeles, US – Ships worldwide.

HLZ BLZ is an LA-based label dedicated to cheap streetwear for women.

The brand has bold and daring lines intentionally selected to empower women and put them on the streetwear map.

HLZ BLZ’s streetwear clothing is affordable and has a kinky twist.

If you want a quirky pair of men’s overalls with an androgynous aesthetic, this is the label for you.

Moreover, the prices are great, well under $130.



Affordable Luxury Men’s Cult Streetwear

From $71

Marine Rose streetwear


“Blending gender-neutral clothing with high-end couture to deliver exceptional streetwear ready for the daily street scene.”

LOCATION | Based in London, UK – Ships worldwide.

Martine Rose is sold at streetwear fashion collective staples such as Farfetch, Ssense, Dover Street Market, and MRPORTER.

Founded by Martine Rose in London in 2007, the brand’s unique aesthetic mixes fun fabrics with clean silhouettes, as the founder gets inspiration from her Jamaican-British heritage.

The brand also participated in London’s “Get Up, Stand Up No” exhibition celebrating 50 years of Black British excellence.

The founder has also developed a cult following in menswear by hosting fashion shows in unconventional locations.

I recommend Rose’s very affordable streetwear pieces if you’re looking for something on the edgy side.


There you have it! These are the 31 cheapest streetwear brands of 2023 you can buy right now.

Don’t let the low price point or the handle ‘cheap streetwear brands’ put you off.

Judging by the style, cuts, and materials, there’s no doubt that some of these brands will become the next Supreme, BAPE, and so on.

Feel free to comment and add any streetwear labels you think should be on this list.

Also, if you don’t mind extending your budget, check out our complete list of best streetwear brands.

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Which one of these emerging streetwear brands is your favorite and why?

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After years of managing hundreds of fashion brands from London's office of a global retailer, Mandy has ventured into freelancing. Connected with several fashion retailers and media platforms in the US, Australia, and the UK, Mandy uses her expertise to consult for emerging fashion brands create top-notch content as an editorial strategist for several online publications.

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  1. I was wondering if anyone knows what happened to Dimepiece LA celebrity streetwear brand? I seem to be unable to proceed to the checkout on Dimepiecela site. I’ve read in Vanity Fair that they were acquired by a UK hedge fund in excess of $50m. I’ve just bought the Nostalgia Unisex Crewneck Sweatshirt from Amazon and absolutely love it xox

  2. I very much enjoy these affordable clothing brands as some of them are well known and some I have never heard of. But, when it comes to streetwear brands I find interesting, I have come across a new brand (I think) that seems to have a unique street style concept. It is called UNRSLVD and is basically bringing awareness to things in our lives and our world which need to be contemplated etc. To me at least this brands looks very current and on point. Has anyone else here heard about them?

  3. Yes, lots of cheap streetwear brands in this article, that’s for sure. But, some of them are selling 3k dollar jackets, how can you call that affordable? Personally, I think that for a brand to be called affordable streetwear, all products must be a maximum of 50 dollars, otherwise, they’re high-end streetwear. Just my take.

  4. I find the Stussy brand is not cheap, especially Stussy’s products combined with other brands are quite expensive. As for the quality, it’s very good, so I won’t say anything more.


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