The Designer Dupe Edit

Okay, who doesn’t love a good dupe?

This week on the blog we’re spotlighting some of our FAVORITE affordable finds that look just like the “real thing,” without the hefty price tag. That’s right – we’re putting in the work so you don’t have to!

Without further ado, here are all of the (somewhat hidden) gems we’ve uncovered:

1. Bottega but Not

Over the last couple of years, Bottega Veneta has taken the fashion industry by storm with the popularity of their most-coveted pouch clutch. Celebrities like Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Rihanna, Hailey Bieber, and Amal Clooney have all been spotted sporting The Pouch, which can cost upwards of $2,700. But have no fear: we found an incredibly similar style for a fraction of the cost. Even better, it will only take two days to get to your doorstep (thank you, Amazon Prime!).

2. Seeing Celine

If you collect sunglasses like me, you may already be familiar with the Celine 53 MM Narrow Cat Eye ($390). And while I’m all for investing in accessories you know you’ll have forever, sometimes it just isn’t in the budget. Thankfully, mega influencer/YouTuber Valeria Lipovetsky has us covered with the Taylor Sunnies from her accessory brand, Leia by Valeria Lipovetsky. These babies look wildly reminiscent of the Celines for only $39.

3. Make It Strappy

Who doesn’t love the minimalist style of the Olsen twins? But, oh, how I wish I could afford pieces from their fashion brand, The Row, season after season. In fact, I’ve had my eye on the Bare Sandal for a few years now, but simply cannot commit to the $760 required for purchase. Luckily for me, I came across quite the dupe from Massimo Dutti (pictured above but currently sold out) earlier this summer. Luckily for you, Marc Fisher also comes in clutch with a good dupe (that thankfully isn’t sold out!). And even better news: they’re currently on sale for $48.60.

Do you have any good dupes for other designer pieces? Share them with us in the comments below, and be sure to check out more WITW hacks here.

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