Winter fashion finds under $50

Lucky Magazine
Brocade skirt

(Photo courtesy of Forever 21)

Fact: January can be a tough time to shop. Not only is your drab dead-of-winter wardrobe likely begging for a lift, but your bank account's depleted from all those great gifts you picked up last month.

Luckily, the stellar seasonal finds we've rounded up below all cost less than $50. Time to indulge—guilt-free!



Cocktail party, here we come.

Brocade skirt, $24.80, forever21.com














Love letters necklace

(Photo courtesy of jewelmint.com)

Don't blame us when "Please Mr. Postman" winds up stuck in your head for days.

Love letters necklace, $30, jewelmint.com



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Geo bomber jacket

(Photo courtesy of Forever 21)

A visually-intriguing take on a collegiate classic.

Geo bomber jacket, $24.80, forever21.com















New York State of Shine oxford

(Photo courtesy of ModCloth)

Glittery footwear: still going strong, in case you were wondering.

New York State of Shine oxford, $35, modcloth.com









Metallic tweed jacket

(Photo courtesy of Forever 21)

The cropped length keeps it from looking too corporate.

Metallic tweed jacket, $27.80, forever21.com















Eyeko Mascara

(Photo courtesy of Madewell)

Who framed Fido?

Pet portrait tee, $36, madewell.com

















Kiss earrings

(Photo courtesy of mikkatmarket.com)

Mwah. Perfect for Valentine's day!

Holiday statement earrings, $10, mikkatmarket.com















Silhouette peplum top

(Photo courtesy of nastygal.com)

Would look equally awesome with a pair of tailored trousers.

Silhouette peplum top, $38, nastygal.com
















New Look parker envelope clutch

(Photo courtesy of asos.com)

Tri-colored. Tri-flapped. Just try to resist it.

New Look parker envelope clutch, $28.13, asos.com









Sage manager top

(Photo courtesy of ModCloth)

We love the delicate double-layered collar.

Sage manager top, $38, modcloth.com

















Kevyn Aucoin The Volume Mascara

(Photo courtesy of ModCloth)

Don't be surprised if you spot these T-straps on an extra in the upcoming Gatsby reboot.

Winding My Way heel in forest, $40, modcloth.com










Faux leather scallop shorts

(Photo courtesy of mikkatmarket.com)

Leather shorts are a wintertime style standby, and we adore that sweet scalloped hem.

Faux leather scallop shorts, $34, mikkatmarket.com















Straight up blouse

(Photo courtesy of nastygal.com)

So perfect with a pair of leather leggings, or layered beneath a big black faux fur vest.

Straight up blouse, $38, nastygal.com















Abbey crossbody bag

(Photo courtesy of nastygal.com)

The color alone makes it a must-have; plus, the long strap is ideal for slinging across your winter coat.

Abbey crossbody bag, $48, nastygal.com
















Leather dress

(Photo courtesy of pixiemarket.com)

The LLD (little leather dress): just as vital a closet component as the LBD. And hey, this covers both bases!

Dotty leather dress, $48, pixiemarket.com














Clinique High Impact Mascara

(Photo courtesy of pixiemarket.com)

Ah, the benefits of fringe.

Diamond fringe sweater, $46, pixiemarket.com

















Uniqlo warm lined check mini skirt

(Photo courtesy of Uniqlo)

Clueless dressing reimagined for north-of-Los-Angeles weather.

Uniqlo warm lined check mini skirt, $9.90, uniqlo.com













Superhero ring

(Photo courtesy of pixiemarket.com)

Slip this on, and the folks at Marvel will be banging down your door.

Superhero ring, $10, pixiemarket.com











Fairisle print dress

(Photo courtesy of pixiemarket.com)

Fair Isle: It's not just for sweaters.

Fairisle print dress, $40, pixiemarket.com

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