20 Affordable Spring Fashion Finds

Lucky Magazine

It may still be cold and dreary, but we're already thinking about spring fashion. Start looking on the bright side with 20 of the season's best pieces—all at delightfully low prices.

Balance out the playful print with a motorcycle jacket now; wear it with espadrilles and a floppy hat this summer.

ASOS Summer Dress in Gingham Check, $63, asos.com

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An instant outfit updater in goes-with-anything pastel blue.

ASOS Bow Skinny Belt, $14.32, asos.com

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Strategic ruffles and a cinched waist create an hourglass shape.

Josephine Ruffle Dress, $46, urban1972.com

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Polished pyramid studs add just enough edge to this delicate bracelet.

Pyramid Post Bracelet, $24, madewell.com

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You'll turn heads whenever you whip out your smartphone—which, let's face it, is probably every five minutes.

Printed iPhone 4 Case, $25, jcrew.com

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Finally, an affordable lipstick that doesn't smear, crackle or fade.

Saint Lipstick Queen, $18, spacenk.com

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If you're still suffering through the Starbucks line, this sunny mug will make you want to switch to the home-brewed stuff.

Stripe Coffee Mug, $5, cwonder.com

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Who says kitten heels can't be punchy?

Floral Cone Heels, $22.80, forever21.com

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Polka dot jeans: the new spring staple?

Lorne Skinny Polka Dot Jeans, $45.15, quiksilver.com

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Trade your frayed jean cutoffs for this sleek retro pair.

Cheap Monday Denim Shorts, $59, yoox.com

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Not your average kitty tee.

MARC BY MARC JACOBS Miss Marc and The Scaredy Cats Tee, $88, revolveclothing.com

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Stripes and dots seem loud, but these sneakers are surprisingly subtle.

Suno Lace Up Sneakers, $65, sunony.com

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A surprisingly versatile hue.

XL Fashion Clutch, $60, zara.com

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Classic aviators never go out of style.

H&M Aviator Sunglasses, $6.95, hm.com

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Aztec gets girly in frothy chiffon.

A|Wear Aztec Printed Mini Skirt, $26, asos.com

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So '60s mod paired with a black-and-white printed top.

ALMOST FAMOUS Premium Womens Skinny Jeans, $29.99, tillys.com

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Pump up neutral trousers with luxe snakeskin.

Serpentine Skinny Belt, $30, madewell.com

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Understated enough to pair with a bolder print.

Pocket Polka-Dot Tank, $30, jcrew.com

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We love the spare, elegant shape.

Flicker Heel, $80, aldoshoes.com

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Cutout shoulders add just the right amount of sexy.

Silence & Noise Cold Shoulder Button-Down Shirt, $54, urbanoutfitters.com

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