The 9 Best Stemless Wine Glasses Broke Girls Can Buy

We won't try and deny it, we are serious suckers for anything that's slim and stemless. Drinking wine out of chic glassware feels and looks good. But unfortunately, these fancy glasses usually don't come cheap, which causes us to opt for spending our money on a bottle of wine and some paper cups instead. So what's a broke girl with sophisticated sipping tastes to do? Don't fold and settle for the less pricey plastic, thick-rimmed set, because we've got nine alluring and affordable alternatives.
After scouring the available options for stemless wine glasses, we crafted a list of our top choices to keep you looking chic on a budget. Whether you're in need of a true cup cut for drinking vino or a crafty water tumbler take, the gorgeous products ahead should cover all your stylish sipping bases. But, perhaps most importantly, each option will leave you with enough extra cash to buy a bottle and fill them up.
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This cute, pink-hued glass deserves to be used for more than just tap water.

IKEA Intagande Glass, $1.99, available at Ikea.
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We are majorly feeling these ombre wine glasses.

Dilaria Stemless Wine Glass, $12, available at Anthropologie.
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Sip your next bottle of sparkling wine out of a cup from this sea glass-colored set.

West Elm Ribbed Glassware, $7.99 (Set of 4), available at West Elm.
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These gold-rimmed cocktail glasses can easily double as a stylish vessel for some sauvignon blanc.

Food52 Gold-Rimmed Barrel Glasses, $28 (Set of 4), available at Food52.
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For $8 a pop, these floral-etched juice glasses check our chic and cheap boxes for Italian-style wine glasses.

Anthropologie Fleur-De-Lys Juice Glass, $8, available at Anthropologie.
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Light up your favorite candle and let these large, marbled glasses glow with a splash of your favorite red.

Urban Outfitters Marble Stemless Wine Glass, $20 (Set of 2), available at Urban Outfitters.
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These robust stemless glasses look expensive, AF — but are actually an under $5 steal.

Lulie Stemless Wine Glasses, $4.95, available at Crate & Barrel.
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Use these slender glasses as trendy table wine vessels.

IKEA 365+ Glass, $3.99 (Set of 6), available at IKEA.
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These golden "fingerprint" designed glasses would look dazzling with a pop of prosecco.

Modern by Dwell Magazine Stemless Metallic Wine Glasses, $21.99 (Set of 4), available at Target.
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