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Keeping your closet stocked with the latest designer items is no easy feat if you live on a budget. Some of the most coveted designer handbags can easily cost upwards of $2,000; that’s more than some people pay in rent!
But what if you could get the look for less? If you have spare time, head to Amazon and start scrolling through the fashion section. It probably won’t be long before you come across things that look shockingly similar to the high-end designer items you covet.
1. Chanel Pumps
These slingback Chanel pumps are classic. They're easily identifiable thanks to the striking beige and black combo and the elegant way they frame the foot.
2. Bottega Veneta Handbag
Bottega Veneta is dominating the "It" bag market these days with its signature Intrecciato designs. The Jodie style is one of the most popular thanks to its unique shape and cool knot detail.
3. Balenciaga x Crocs Clogs
Love them or hate them, the Balenciaga x Crocs platform clogs are an undeniable look that fashion lovers go gaga for.
VOKO Gardener Platform Clogs, $39.98
4. Max Mara Coat
Teddy coats seem ubiquitous in large part to the Max Mara Teddy Bear Icon Faux Fur Coat. The brand was really ahead of the curve when it introduced the design in 2013.
5. Hervé Leger Bandage Dress
Perfect for holiday gatherings, New Year's Eve celebrations and engagement parties, there's no denying the allure of the iconic Hervé Leger Bandage dress.
Hervé Leger Strappy Mini Dress, $395 (Orig. $790)
6. Chanel Handbag
Chanel is famous for its tweed designs. While the brand is probably best known for its tweed blazers, Chanel also creates stunning tweed handbags.
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