Kelley Lee/25 Executive Assistant, Original Planning for HBO How much she spends: approximately $200 a month. Where she shops: Banana Republic, H&M, Gap, Ann Taylor Loft, Loehmann's, sample sales, Bloomingdale's, outlet stores.
Asheba Edghill/27 HBO Corporate Communications How much she spends: 5 to 10 percent of yearly salary. Where she shops: Gap, Tristan & America, Old Navy, H&M, T.J. Maxx, Marshall's, Century 21, Daffy's, Macy's, Country Road Australia.
Natalie Sarraf/24 HBO Media Relations How much she spends: 20 percent of yearly salary. Where she shops: Zara, French Connection, Warehouse, Bebe, cheap chic stores on Broadway in SoHo, outlet stores.
Julie Cho/23 Executive Assistant, Original Programming and HBO Films How much she spends: $80 to $150 a month. Where she shops: J. Crew, Banana Republic, Gap, Club Monaco, Anthropologie, H&M, Zara, T.J. Maxx, Marshall's, Nice Price (an off-price boutique on Manhattan's Upper West Side).
Elissa Kadison/23 Assistant to Director of HBO Family How much she spends: about $3,000 a year. Where she shops: J. Crew, Gap, Urban Outfitters, Bloomingdale's, Loehmann's, Century 21, H&M, Bloomingdale's, Loehmann's, XOXO, flea markets.
Ania Pielecha/25 Director of East Coast sales for About.com How much she spends: about 7 percent of yearly salary. Where she shops: Ann Taylor, Gap, sample sales, outlet stores, Banana Republic, Old Navy, H&M, vintage stores, Bloomingdale's.
Liza Berlent/27 Senior vice president of East Coast sales for About.com How much she spends: about 5 percent of yearly salary. Where she shops: Gap, Banana Republic, Filene's Basement, Daffy's, Loehmann's, sample sales, Kenneth Cole, Zara, J. Crew.
Linda Misser/32 Director of Content Development at About.com What she spends: about $400 four times a year. Where she shops: Loehmann's, Daffy's J. Crew, Banana Republic, Zara.Glendora Jones/32 Equities Assistant at Credit Lyonnais How much she spends: about $250 a month. Where she shops: Old Navy, Banana Republic, The Limited, Daffy's, H&M.
Dawn Botwen/33 Vice president of programming trading sales at Credit Lyonnais How much she spends: $750 a month Where she shops: Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Country Road Australia, Gap, Brooks Brothers, Bloomingdale's, outlet stores.
Christine Chong/30 Global settlements associate at Credit Lyonnais How much she spends: $300 to $400 a month. Where she shops: J. Crew, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Daffy's, Gap, Bloomingdale's, Club Monaco.
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