Being a fashion plate doesn't necessarily mean $700 Manolo pumps and Vuitton bags that cost more than your mortgage. Show off your style sense and your spending savvy with these uber-affordable fashion choices. And if someone on a tight allowance - er - budget asks what you want for a Mothers Day gift, these are great ideas!
Sequins? Really? Heck yeah! This blinged-out top is perfect for dressing up jeans or even black-tie events. All for less than forty bucks!
Crazy, over-the-top hats may work well on runways, but something that looks like your kid could have made in art class just doesn't say "stylish" to us. So keep it simple with a classic shape, like this fedora!
This set of five delicate vintage-inspired rings looks like an original antique shop treasure. Unique and so chic!
This foxy and fresh faux leather satchel has funky metal studs and cool zipper detailing. It comes in three go-with-anything colors: a pinkish taupe, beigey bone and rocker black. The price is so right, you could pick up two.
Headbands come in all styles—simple, fancy, plastic, fabric, stretchy—and hide a myriad of hair imperfections. But they always make a stylish statement, especially with cool details like this bowed baby.
Slip into something more comfortable ... AND more sexy! This dress can go from day to night, winter to spring, and is flattering on all fashionista body types. And you can wash it at home. We think we're in love.
A recipe for an evening seduction: Take one simple black dress. Add sexy, sassy fishnet stockings. Head out for date night with your partner. Bon appetit! (You can thank us in the morning.)
Feel like a chic modern-day Coco Chanel with this cute quilted bag that's just a fraction of the cost of couture. We love the classic chain strap, too!
We're not talking about the ubiquitous "scrunchie" from your youth or even the drugstore elastic band (which is a great staple!). Instead, look for a band that has a little bit more going on, like bead details. Wear your pony low, at the nape of your neck, for a sleek look.
We used to skip the leg-warmer trends (to avoid looking like we're trying to dress like Jennifer Beals from Flashdance), but these are modern, mega-cheap and hot-mama enough to change our minds. What a feeling!