My Friends Got These $42 Jeans and $56 Heels on Sale at Mango, and I’m Freaking

My friends are constantly inspiring me when it comes to style, but their latest trick takes the cake. Two of them recently revealed that they found both the perfect pair of baggy jeans and minimalist kitten heels for $42 and $56 respectively. As you can imagine, this was music to my ears. I immediately asked where these unicorns could be found, and when they answered Mango, I scoffed and said, “Of course.”While I used to sleep on Mango, favoring Zara instead, I’ve recently become a full-fledged convert. Its stuff is cute. It’s always on-trend and wearable, and it feels a little less obvious than the brand’s aforementioned counterpart. Plus, it tends to have great sales, like the one going on right now. From May 17 through 23, if you spend $210, you’ll get 30% off using the code EXTRA30. It’s that simple. And just to make it easy, I listed the discounted prices in this article. Remember you need to hit $210 to get that discount, though!In addition to the jeans and slides, I’ve gone ahead and rounded up my favorite Mango picks if you need some inspo. So get to scrolling. I promise that shopping cart won’t be empty for long. “I realized I don’t wear my jeans as much as I did pre-pandemic, because most of my styles are the tight, high-waisted Levi’s type. You know the ones where your butt looks amazing but it takes a lot of work to get them buttoned, and they’re not fun to sit for any period of time? Accordingly, I set off on a hunt to find some loose-fitting jeans that hang off my body rather than look like they’re glued to it. I also tried these COS jeans, which were nice and a slightly higher-quality denim, but I actually preferred the fit of the Mango ones that are three times cheaper!””As far as fit goes, I’m normally a size 26 jean, but I wanted these to fit oversize. I purchased a size 2, 4, and 6, and kept the size 6. The fit predictor told me to get a size 4, which also fit, but it wasn’t the slouchy look I was going for.””These little kitten heels have a fun sporty-meets-’90s-minimalism vibe to them. I also like that they’re a fabric material and have a subtle print that’s reminiscent of vintage logo moments. Since they’re in easy-to-wear black and very comfortable with the low heel, I’ve been finding myself wearing them a ton.””These heels fit perfectly true to size.” One more angle to show off the shoes.I love how they look paired with jeans, too.I love a coastal-grandmother look, and this sweater fits the bill. The ultimate warm-weather day-to-night dress.The pleat, the wide leg, the drapey silhouette—can I marry a pair of pants? This looks exactly like the Frankie Shop shirt we’ve all been pining over but at half the price. Loving the asymmetry. This jacket keeps selling out. Get it while it’s back in stock!I’ve been eyeing these for a minute now, and I think it’s finally time to take the plunge. Can you tell we’re into green right now?That square toe makes these feel way cooler than the traditional version.This would look really good with those kitten heels, just sayin’.The perfect slip dress for summer. Breathable fabrics like linen go a long way when it gets hot. The quilted strap puts a modern spin on these very Y2K platforms. A sale is always a good time to buy classic items you’ll wear forever. I have this and am currently wearing it. You’ll live in these when summer hits. The cutest little sunhat I ever did see. It also comes in beige if you’re partial to more neutral colors. Textured suits are all over my ‘gram. I’m really into the color of this one. Excuse me while I have a Versace moment in these shorts. Mango’s seriously killing it with the wide-leg-pant options. Gladiator heels for the win!I never thought I’d say this, but I think I’m ready for a tube top. I’ll be purchasing these. Effortlessly chic. This retro check is everything.Polka dots never get old IMO.  Up Next: This Vogue France Editor’s 3-Piece Outfit Went Viral on TikTok—Shop the Items

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