Simona Kogan for Second City Style Magazine
Who says high fashion women have to have high priced clothing for
everything they wear? Every day a new high-end designer is
collaborating with a low-priced label to design the latest fashion
duds. Karl Lagerfeld, Matthew Williamson, Alice & Olivia, even
Madonna herself have combined their style know-how for low-budget
fashion meccas like H&M, Target, and Payless.
And yet, we see this all the time on celebs. That basic white tee under that couture-like menswear vest, the $26 dress…
So why can’t we do that too? Maybe you’ve seen the NYPost article about the 10 rules for mixing designer duds with stylish deals. Angelina Jolie anyone?
Take a tip from these celebs who are our all-time favorite high/low
fashion mixers while still remaining the reigning fashion divas of the
Angelina Jolie & The $26 Dress
It was all over the fashion blogs. Angelina wears the $26 dress
from Los Angeles thrift store Wasteland for her A Mighty Heart premiere
with $600-plus Christian Louboutin peep toes. The movie actress, UN
spokeswoman and mom of 6 told news reporters she found the frock at the
vintage store on LA’s Melrose Avenue. The black crushed velvet looked
stunning on her fit physique.
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