July 22, 2013

Louis Vuitton Taste on a Walmart Budget

Fashion is a form of art, a way to express yourself through clothing, makeup, and accessories. It doesn’t matter how much money you spend, but how you carry yourself and convey your personality through how you dress. I see so many people trying to mimic the styles of celebrities because of how the media portrays them. Society has seemed to place this unrealistic standard of what is considered trendy, thus leading others to think they have to break their bank to be accepted, not to mention the lengths some go to by compromising their health to achieve this warped image of beauty.

What’s the point of this rave you ask? You don’t need to be a millionaire to keep up with the latest trends in the fashion industry. Trust me, I am no where near rich, but I certainly have Louis Vuitton taste on a Walmart budget. So how do I keep up with a stylish market that charges $3,500 for a simple tank top?

 Google searches
& coupon codes!
The savings are endless if you put the time in.

My personal favorite sites to find cheaper versions of expensive outfits are:
Chicisimo is an affiliate of Ebay and allows fashionistas to upload images of their style, label where each piece is from, and link it to their blog where they can go in more depth about the outfit.
 There’s nothing more that upsets me then finding a photo of a cute outfit online and not being able to find the designer, store, or site where I can get it. The Hunt is a great site to search the Internet for apparel and accessories you fall in love with, but have no back links to where you can purchase them.
Polyvore is my favorite site to play designer and create my own looks to share. With options to browse, create, or shop, Polyvore encompasses it all in one spot. The filters make it easy to search for items in your price range, desired color, and even from specific brands.


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