29 Relatively Affordable Items I'd Buy From Designer Brands

At times like these, it can be hard to fathom spending a lot of money on designer fashion items. But in case you are in the mood for a little pick-me-up, I got you. When I purchase designer items, they're rarely big-ticket ones, unless it's a bag or pair of shoes that I know I'll wear forever and have saved up for. Most of the designer items I own are more along the lines of hair accessories, scarfs, T-shirts, socks, belts—little pieces that make a big impact on my outfits but not on my bank account.

Believe it or not, even brands like Gucci, Chanel (in the form of a hand cream, but it's a chic one!), Fendi, and Versace have cheap-ish items (relatively speaking, of course). There are key chains, sunglasses, wallets, slippers, and even some shoes that are guaranteed to amplify your wardrobe. (And just wait until you see the Loewe candle that I can't stop thinking about.) Scroll to shop them all—starting at $50.

I purchased a similar pair of Gucci socks earlier this year and they're basically my favorite thing. Just be sure to handwash them to keep them pristine.

This scarf is literally the perfect gift.

I'm ready for cooler days indoors and these socks are perfect for the occassion.

Jacquemus' little jewelry pieces bring me much joy.

I wanted this even before baseball caps were a trend.

Not the jellies I wore when I was 8 years old.

Effortless slides always win me over.

Any Versace fan should have this.

A nice change from my usual jewelry.

Pricey, but everyone raves about it.

I am all about shield sunglasses.

Anyone else on the hunt for a wallet that will actually fit in their mini bags?

This bold and bright bag will pair well with any color in the rainbow.

So I can text and stay warm at the same time.

I'd trade some of my favorite tees for this top.

I'd wear this under a white button-down with high-waisted jeans if it were mine.

This bag is a celebrity favorite for obvious reasons.

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This story was originally published at an earlier date and has been updated by Sierra Mayhew.

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