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Get The Look For Less: Fashion Week Edition

WANT to look like you just walked off the Melbourne Spring Fashion Week runways without breaking the bank? Jamie-Maree Shipton shows you how to rock the trends on a budget.

Ok, so you read the Meld Magazine Melbourne Spring Fashion Week trend report and now you’re thinking, great, I can’t afford any of those gorgeous runway pieces. Well don’t worry your pretty little head. Our special Get The Look For Less MSFW edition has you covered!

These five looks are inspired by this season’s hottest designer trends…  sans the painful price tag. You can thank us later.

1. Feminine Florals :

Asos Floral Nail Wraps, $11.36

Topshop Floral Jacquard Tee, around $80

Asos Garden Flower Necklace,  $42

Sportsgirl Daisy Stud Earrings, $9.95

2. Clashing Prints:

Topshop Leopard Print Baseball Cap, around $25

Sportsgirl Midi Skirt, $59.95

Topshop Fruit Print Socks, around $6

Sportsgirl set of 2 Stud Earrings, $9.95

3. A Sheer Appeal: 

Topshop Sheer Bomber Jacket, around $90

Asos Play-suit with Sheer detail, $38.15

American Appareal Sheer Luxe Over the Knee socks, $13.56

Ebay Semi Sheer Spot Panel Dress, $24.99

4. Neon Accents:

Asos Watch, $16.95

Sportsgirl Sandals, $59.95

Sportsgirl Neon Statement Necklace, $29.95

Topshop Neon Nail Art Set, around $14.00

5. Stylish Sportswear: 

Ebay Leather Baseball Cap, $9.56

Jeffrey Campbell HOMG shoe, $74.95

Topshop croc Quilted Bomber Jacket, around $270

Topshop Dip Dye Tracksuit Pants/Joggers, around $50

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