Bougie On A Budget GRWM | Designer Dupes for Cartier and Louis Vuitton

Bougie on A Budget: The ability to look fly, while being financially responsible.

If you follow me on Instagram, then you know that while I love to shop I also make it a point to hunt down really good deals. I love a good look for less, and I'm a firm believer that you don't have to spend a lot of money to look good. You just need to know how and where to shop, and how to hook it up and I wanted to show you guys how I put a look together in this video.

First up I purchased my dress online from AliExpress ($23), it's a dupe for a dress that I'd been wanting from Oh Polly for basically half the price. The main difference is that the Oh Polly version looks like more of a chocolate color, and the Ali Express version is like a rust color.

My shoes I bought during the Charlotte Russe "Closing Sale" for like $3.50 I think (check out my haul from that sale here, I got like 21 pairs of shoes), and the rest of my accessories were pretty affordable as well. My nameplate necklace ($9.99) and custom year necklace (less than $3) were also from Ali Express, and my rhinestone bracelet was $16.99 at TJMaxx (one of my fave stores!).

I was really excited to find some dupes for some designer accessories I've been drooling over, but are not currently in my budget (like the $10,000 Cartier love bracelet with the diamonds. It's beautiful, but in the back of my mind, I hear Dave Ramsey saying I could invest it in mutual funds. Not that I have 10k to throw around, but I'm just saying lol).

First up I found a dupe for the Cartier love bracelet with the diamonds on Amazon for $27, and while I can't find the exact link anymore  I did find a link to one available with Prime shipping. I also found a sister friend for the Louis Vuitton Petit Malle clutch ($5,000) on Amazon for $24. It's LIT lit.

Did I mention my hair was a $26 unit that I previously reviewed?

Check out my Bougie on A Budget GRWM for more details, and to see how I put this whole look together.

Stylishly Yours, 
Theresa Seyi

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