Humble Chic New York is a new e-commerce retailer that debuted this year. With a catchy slogan “Boutique Designs, Recessionista Price Point” and a carefully curated selection of fabulous pieces, the mission of Humble Chic New York is to offer a superior online boutique shopping experience at an accessible price point. Featured by Vogue, InStyle, People StyleWatch, and Refinery29, Humble Chic carries an eye-catching line of apparel and accessories for women who love trendy fashion, but don’t want to spend a fortune on new styles.
Featured here are some of my favorite current pieces from Humble Chic.
Skirts & Dresses
Tops & Outwear
Accessories & Bags
About Humble Chic
Humble Chic NY was conceived in 2012, and launched its first pop-up shops in New York City shortly thereafter. It garnered immediate attention from “recessionistas”, fashionistas, and celebrity shoppers who were compelled by the preppy chic aesthetic and attractive price point.
The uber-stylish Humble Chic team takes pride in employing a boutique approach. They carry limited quantities to ensure that customers don’t have to worry about being seen wearing the same item as the next person. They keep the content of their site fresh with new arrivals weekly, so visitors to the site will always find something unique. And to complete the boutique-style shopping experience, Humble Chic even offers free personal shopping assistance by phone upon request.
Their easy-to-navigate, user-friendly online store carries a wide range of adorable pieces including: preppy skirts, whimsical tops, flirty sundresses, glamorous cocktail dresses, cozy outerwear, chic blazers, sparkly jewelry, and timeless handbags. And that’s not all… most of the items on Humble Chic range between $20-200. Plus you instantly get 15% OFF your first $75 order just by signing-up for their VIP Email List.
In this recession-recovering time period, women have learned to shop differently. While they still might covet the latest fashion trends, they now shop with a more sensible minded approach, looking at the cost of pieces, and determining the value of an item (when it comes to wearability and longevity). That’s why the concept of high-low dressing (mixing expensive pieces with lower-priced items) has become so popular. It’s no wonder that The Huffington Post succinctly referred to Humble Chic as an “Online Retailer (that) bridges the gap between Barneys and H&M, with an ASOS Twist”.