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How To Try Spring's Biggest Trends Without Going Broke

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    Sure, the fall 2015 runways may have been all about that old reliable standby, the turtleneck, but spring's more about taking a walk on the wild side: far-out fringe, glammed-up athleisure wear, and '90s-style franken-shoes, to name a few of the season's must-have items. But, road testing straight-off-the-runway styles is not always that easy — or budget friendly. That's why we're super psyched about Lord & Taylor's new line, Design Lab

    The collection, which just dropped last week, presents spring's most covetable trends (bejeweled athletic sandals, '70s suede jackets, patterned skorts) in ways that work IRL and at prices we can actually afford ($64 on average). Plus, each month, Design Lab will replenish its offerings with 130 brand-new styles, ensuring that the most up-to-the-minute trends are represented online and in stores. Ahead, we rounded up 10 of our favorite pieces — all under $100. So, go ahead, pick up a boho fringe jacket and a pair of sporty gladiators, all without sacrificing your Seamless habit.

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    This faux-suede, fringe topper brings the '70s straight to 2015.

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    Feeling the fringe trend? Go big with this head-to-toe hippy-dippy dress.

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    A faux-suede alternative to the ubiquitous cutoffs — now that's what we call fringe benefits.

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    Our favorite '90s fabric — the waffle knit — in modern crop-top form (minus the middle-school vibes).

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    Silver slip-ons for the space-age sk8er.