For many people, jean shopping can be a nightmare. It's bad enough that there isn't a universal sizing system; the prices can also be ridiculous. Many nicer, non-designer jeans can go for as much as $100! It's pretty simple to find jeans that are a lot cheaper...but a lot less well-made.
I usually get my jeans at Aero, where the prices are under $50. However, I am getting a little tired of their denim, because they don't always fit as well as they should.
Then there is American Eagle. A mid-range store as far as prices go, their jeans are usually 40 or 50 bucks, which doesn't sound too bad, but it's a lot for a teenage girl who makes about $7 a week. It would take me about 7 weeks of allowance just to buy one pair! But now, AE is having sort of a clearance on jeans. The best deals are on the boy fit crops ($29.95-$39.95), the dark vintage skinny jeans ($29.50), dark indigo straight jeans ($29.50), medium vintage slim boot ($29.50) and the vintage destroyed wash Artist jeans ($29.95).
Besides the great prices, American Eagle jeans are well-made and fit the way they should, so if you're ready to try some new denim, get into American Eagle soon!