If it’s good enough for a professional stylist, it’s good enough for me.

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from pros in the style business, it’s that an outfit put together with a combination of high-end and lower-end elements can absolutely work. Sure, it would be wonderful to buy designer everything, but there’s a challenge in mixing the expensive items with the bargain finds to create a look that’s uniquely you. I’ve teamed:

Gap slim ankle pants with a tuxedo-style Chloe jacket…

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An on-sale DVF mini with houndstooth tights and a Catherine Malandrino jacket…

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A Sarah Pacini wrap sweater with a Halogen pencil skirt…

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Gap jeans with a Catherine Malandrino sweater…

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A vintage Ungaro bustier with an Anthropologie midi skirt…

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Interestingly, the statement piece of the combo isn’t always the costly one.

 

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