29 Easy Ways to Look On-Trend When You Have Under $60 to Spare

There may be some irresistible sales going on right now, but we can’t help but set our eyes on all the new-season arrivals to hit our favorite stores (unquestionably, getting us excited to liven up our look this year). If you’re looking for some easy ways to look wholly on-trend this season (and into the next) but don’t want to spend a ton, then this one’s for you. We’ve rounded up some of the coolest, newest pieces to hit the internet that will refresh your wardrobe in an instant.

The best part? We’ve kept all the items under $60. (So you can save your pennies for a well-deserved spring break instead.) From statement sleeves to larger-than-life tote bags to the 70s-inspired trends that will be huge come spring, scroll below for our must-have picks to get your hands on right now that will give your outfit an of-the-moment look.

Leather (in particular, colorful leather) continues to be a huge trend for 2020. Opt for an expensive-looking beige pair of pants to nail the trend.

Puffed sleeves are here to stay. This silky blouse is super wearable for work, the weekend, and beyond.

Seventies-inspired sunglasses were all over the spring runways. Expect to see the silhouette on an Insta feed near you.

Extra-large tote bags are a fashion-girl must for 2020. This white weave one is super chic.

Shackets (shirt-jacket hybrids) are everywhere right now. We particularly love the pearl button details on this H&M one that elevates the casual piece.

We spotted polo-style tops all over the spring/summer 2020 runways, and we can’t get enough.

If you’re going to invest in one jewelry trend, make it a chunky chain-link necklace.

The most on-trend way to elevate your tailored separates this year. Wear with a suit for a sharp look.

Heeled loafers are one of the biggest shoe trends we’ll be seeing this year.

If you do one thing, buy yourself a pair of long shorts. Trust us.

Chunky, large hoops are the easiest way to add a modern touch to your look. (These are a little over $60, but worth it!)

High slits made their debut on the spring/summer 2020 runways.

We’re all glad to hear polka dots are trending for 2020. Wear them now with tights, boots, and an overcoat. Just add minimal sandals come spring.

Lug-sole boots are the coolest way to look on-trend right now. Wear them with your billowy dresses.

Houndstooth prints make every outfit look more expensive. Moreover, we saw black-and-white outfits reign supreme on the runways. 

Opt for modern pearls in artistic silhouettes. This is a trend straight off the catwalks.

If you want to take on the ’70s flower-power trend this year, this floral-print maxi will help you do it.

Wear the above dress cinched at the waist with this chic vintage-inspired belt.

Suede might just be the It fabric of 2020.

Welcome denim skirts back into your wardrobe. Vintage-looking midi lengths are the style to go for.

Refresh your handbag collection with a trending croissant silhouette.

The most current accessory trend? Rope belts. Try it as part of this cool and cozy cardigan.

Yes, friends—baseball hats are trending for 2020.

It’s all about “big collar energy” this year. Large pointed collar button downs over blazers are the runway-approved way to wear them.

The bigger, the better when it comes to your handbags.

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