Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Sarah Jessica Parker's New Line of $20 Clothes

Sarah Jessica Parker -- fashion maven and queen of high-ticket, high-heel ($500) pumps -- now advocates "affordable fashion," according to the June 8 edition of

Her new clothes hang-up makes cents because Parker has launched her own line of affordable clothes. The Chicago Tribune reports that Parker's new clothes line Bitten, for the Steve & Barry’s stores features an extensive selection of garments for $20 an under. The photo on this post features a sample from her line.

"You should be able to have affordable, quality fashion," the actress told PEOPLE.

Parenting Magazine offered this review of Bitten and recently named the line one of its top editor's picks. Here's a short snippet of the review.

"While everything's stylin', nothing in the line costs more than $20. And the sizes range from 0 to 22, so you'll get a great fit for your body, not just your budget. ($20 and under; available at: Steve & Barry's stores nationwide)."

The Budget Fashionista has also been tracking this thrifty line from Parker.


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Valerie said...

I think this is so cool! I saw her shoes plugged on Good Morning America the other day, and they were 9 dollars!! And adorable to boot. I love that they come in a range of sizes...An all around great idea to me.

Chuck said...

Steve and Barrys is a pretty awesome store. I'm glad they are getting some attention for their reasonably priced clothing. They also have a Stephon Marbury line of basketball sneakers that goes for $14.99 instead of the typical $100 for Nike's.

Anonymous said...

What annoys me is that SJP herself wears her 20 dollar line with harry winston jewelry and 1000 dollar louboutins...

p p said...

I traveled all the way to Orlando to purchase some of her clothes. These have to be the cheapest made clothes I have ever bought. All the hems came out, the colors faded and the material is so thin that you can see through almost every item I bought. Spend a little more and go to Wal-Mart. At least there you can find some Made in America labels, albeit only few.
Thanks for the rags SJP