// Fashion 4 Less //

Sunday, February 2, 2014

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On Ken
Plaid Top (Jachs) {Similar Here} // Jeans (Dittos) {Similar Here} // T-Shirt (H&M) // Shoes (Converse) // Bag (Proenza Schouler)

On Cas 
Sunglasses (Ray-Ban) // Sweater (Mossimo Supply Co.) {Similar Here} // Jeans (Blank NYC Denim) {Similar Here} // Booties (Sam Edelman) // Bag (Chloé)

What girl doesn’t dream about having Carrie Bradshaw’s closet? Better yet, if we are dreaming, we will take SJP’s closet instead (can you imaging the amount of shoes and bags?!?!) However, the reality is that most of us can’t just shop all day (as much as we would like to) and spend all of our hard earned cash on designer goodies. We love to shop but we have come to realize that as long as you find ways in which you mix & match both high & low items, then you really get the best of both worlds by achieving a {Fashion 4 Less} look. Instead, it is actually better to save the big designer purchases for items that you've been pining over (and therefore know you can’t live without), like Ken’s Proenza Schouler bag, or for items that are versatile and classic (and therefore you know you will get a ton of use out of), like Cas’s Chloé bag. For the rest of our shopping excursions, we tend to buy items that do not break the bank but that are still chic and trendy (and that we actually love just as much). The good news is that there are so many brands/labels out there that are actually extremely affordable yet still popular and sought-after. Some of our fav fashion-forward but affordable brands include: MinkPink, Plastic Island, One Teaspoon, Blank Denim, Dittos, Bobi, Olive & Oak, and Dolce Vita. Check out these brands and so many more, and soon you too will have your own list of favorite affordable fashion brands, that we would love for you to share with us!


Photos by - Shaïna Ligondé Photography 

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