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The Broke Girl's Guide To Spring Shopping

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    In a dream world, our closet closets would be chock-full of Chanel, Céline, Dior, and all of the fanciful spring offerings that come from our favorite luxury fashion houses. In reality? Not. Happening. Because, while we can sometimes swing one luxe handbag or pair of shoes per season, shelling out six figures for a full-on designer wardrobe doesn’t fit within our budget. And, like most people, we’d actually prefer to see our savings-account balance stay above the $2 mark.

    But, just because you don’t have Daddy Warbucks' income doesn’t mean you can't have nice things. It just takes a little shopping finesse to discover those affordable must-buys that could easily pass for Prada or Lagerfeld. And, we went ahead and tracked them down for you. From adorable sandals to fun dresses, the spring goods we're bringing you all look high-end, but they actually ring in under $50. Because, you definitely don't need to spend a million bucks to look like it.

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