20 Under $100: Vogue's guide to affordable fashion

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Chloe + Isabel multi-chain-and-spike toggle bracelet

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Now, more than any other time of the year, a brand-new wardrobe is every hot-blooded woman’s fantasy. After all, the weather is warming up, the layers are coming off, and there is suddenly a burning desire to show off everything—from your legs to your ears—that has been kept hidden all winter long.

Here, we bring you Vogue's Spring Fashion Under $100 Guide. Based entirely off the trends (from punk to florals) found on the runways and within the pages of the most recent issues of Vogue, here are endless ways to make a big impression at a very pleasing price.


Above left: Chloe + Isabel multi-chain-and-spike toggle bracelet, $72
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YSL La Laque Couture in Noir Primitif

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YSL La Laque Couture in Noir Primitif, $25
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(See more: Beauty must-haves for spring 2013)









RACHEL Rachel Roy Earrings, Hematite Tone Safety Pin Earrings

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RACHEL Rachel Roy hematite tone safety-pin earrings, $26
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Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare All-In-One Cleansing Foam

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ASOS Story heel, $67
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Jeffrey Campbell In Love flat

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Jeffrey Campbell In Love flat, $90; nordstrom.com
















Express striped ponte knit fit-and-flare dress

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Express striped ponte knit fit-and-flare dress, $56
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Mama Mio Clean Slate Aloe-Rich Gently Foaming Cleanser

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Kate Spade iPhone 5 case, $25saturday.com















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A|X Armani Exchange color-blocked shoulder bag

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A|X Armani Exchange color-blocked shoulder bag, $78armaniexchange.com













Zara platform ankle-strap sandal

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Zara platform ankle-strap sandal, $80; zara.com















Julie Vos Nile ring

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Julie Vos Nile ring, $68
julievos.com















Michael Kors gold-tone link ring

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Michael Kors gold-tone link ring, $75
zappos.com















Low Luv Cosmos double finger ring

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Low Luv Cosmos double finger ring, $80
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Melinda Maria Titus ring

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Melinda Maria Titus ring, $58maxandchloe.com















Converse Chuck Taylor All Star washed in Stellar

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Converse Chuck Taylor All Star washed in Stellar, $70
converse.com














Redken Wool shake gel-slush texturizer

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Redken Wool shake gel-slush texturizer, $18
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Topshop floral jacquard dress and MIA Ankle boot

Photo: (from left to right) Courtesy of Topshop; Courtesy of MIA

Topshop floral jacquard dress, $64nordstrom.com

MIA Crusader moto ankle boot, $60 miashoes.com













Bebe Layered snake chain earrings

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Bebe Layered snake chain earrings, $24
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Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare All-In-One Cleansing Foam

(Photo: (from left to right) Courtesy of Soludos; Courtesy of TOMS)

From left:Soludos Choo Choo light-blue denim espadrille, $36 soludos.com

TOMS chambray trim classics, $54 toms.com













Kure Bazaar Jeans collection in Stone Wash, Rock Star, Hipster, and Mon Bleu

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Kure Bazaar Jeans collection in Stone Wash, Rock Star, Hipster, and Mon Bleu, $16 eachspiritbeautylounge.com














Swim to street wear

(Photo: (clockwise from top left) Marko MacPherson | Stylist: Lisa Von Weise Shaw; Courtesy of Adidas; Courtesy …

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Zara trousers with elastic hem, $60 zara.com

Adidas by Stella McCartney asymmetrical swimsuit, $80 adidas.com

Helmut Lang tread skinny leather belt, $90 helmutlang.com

ASOS two-pack arm cuffs, $17.50 asos.com

Kelsi Dagger patent mini-wedge sandal, $99 urbanoutfitters.com

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Vogue's Denim Guide

Pregnancy Survival Guide

Michelle Obama's Best-Dressed Moments

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