I Just Found Dozens of Trendy Designer Finds Under $250—Shop My Favorites

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The Style Stalker

When shopping, sometimes you want a cheap thrill, and other times you want a designer cheap thrill. If buying a brand new Bottega Veneta bag isn't quite in your budget, but buying under-$250 silk Tom Ford boxer shorts is, then this is the story for you. I am the first person to preach that labels aren't everything, but as a true fashion girl, I will admit that scoring something labeled with a designer name you've admired for years feels really good, even if it's the most affordable item they sell. 

A great place to do the shopping for all the aforementioned requirements is Net-a-Porter. Its curation of designer goods is always pristine and the breadth of price points ensures there is always a little something for everyone. Ahead, I rounded up the best (and trendiest) designer finds under $250 from Net-a-Porter including hats from Paco Rabanne, delicious Acne Studios items, and an Oscar de la Renta necklace you'll add to your cart so fast, I promise. 

If you're going to wear a white top, at least make it interesting. 

This spring, swap your sweatpants for something a little more luxe. 

Layer this underneath a boxy blazer and baggy jeans. 

One can never own too many exciting knits. 

Retro prints are all anyone can talk about right now and this second-skin turtleneck feels so right. 

There's something about designer T-shirts that always feels so tempting. 

Leggings that are just as elevated as any pair of pants you own. 

You'll never want to take these babies off.

Wardrobe staples like this are always worth the investment. 

Sleeker than sweats but just as comfortable. 

These Simone Rocha hair accessories always make me smile. 

A cardigan that feels trendy and classic all at once. 

People are obsessed with Toteme's basic tanks. 

In case a basic white button-down isn't exciting enough for you. 

Retro floral swimsuits are about to be everywhere this summer, so why not stock up now? 

The coolest top to wear with black jeans and chunky boots. 

Easy and timeless. Plus, that contrast stitching makes it look ten times more expensive. 

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