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As much as many claim to hate the Kardashians and Kanye West, you can’t deny that this notorious bunch sets all the trends that grow like wildfire. From the peep-toe thigh-high boots featured in Yeezy’s Season 2 to the corsets and T-shirt dress combo, this family’s style paves way for all others to follow.
This family’s outfits may cost thousands of dollars, but this simple Kardashian-inspired look can be duplicated for far less of its designer price. My sweater dress was only $17.50 and my peep-toe boots were $32.50, both from AMI Club Wear. They have such a great selection of shoes and they always have tons of sales!
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I fell in love when I first saw Yeezy’s over-the-knee peep-toe boots – I had to have them. The stretch knit material and lighter colors seem much more forgiving during warmer seasons, unlike suede closed-toe styles and darker hues.
Peep-toe thigh-high boots match with literally everything for spring – denim skirts, denim shorts, spaghetti-strap bodycon dresses, oversized T-shirts and so much more. This is the one shoe that can instantly play up a casual and comfy outfit for an effortlessly chic look.
Not only are they great for spring, but a tan pair can also work for both transitional seasons. Pair with a sweater dress for drizzly days or foggy weather and you can go from spring to fall very easily.
I feel like this ensemble was a combination between Kourtney and Kim Kardashian: the slouchy sweater and boots combo resemble Kourtney’s casual-but-still-fab style, while all of the accessories scream Kim.
Popular amongst the K-clan is the Hermés Birkin, but at a price of $14,500 for even a pre-owned handbag, it isn’t a practical purchase for many middle-income people out there. Luckily, I was able to find a beautiful genuine leather dupe for just about $67.
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Another expensive and highly-coveted designer accessory is Celiné’s ID choker necklace. Spotted on celebrities like Rihanna and Kim, this necklace is no longer sold in stores and can only be purchased second-hand for still well over thousands of dollars.
Although beautiful, I can’t justify purchasing a trendy piece of jewelry that may go out of style or desirability in the near future. This statement piece was very trendy when it first hit the stores, but I hardly see it worn as much as I used to. I’d say it was a safe purchase for me to find a gold-plated chain choker similar to Celiné’s for less than $20.
Another celebrity trend: the iconic all-black flat-top oversized sunglasses. It’s fairly easy to get your hands on a pair of chic sunglasses for less than $10 – the ones I’m wearing were actually only $3 at my local Fallas Paredes! I tend to lose sunglasses left and right, so I can’t personally see it worthwhile to buy an expensive pair I know I will surely lose somewhere along the line. My sunglasses collection is always growing, and I’m sure that my entire collection still cost less than a single pair of designer ones.
Shop the look
Ainifeel Leather Handbag: $119 – $125
Valenmisa Leather Handbag: $64.83 – $74.59
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Gold-Plated Chain Choker: $13.99
18k Gold-Plated Chunky Chain ID Choker: $10.99
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