Good clothes don't have to cost a fortune
There are so many cute spring trends to try, but even though I'm officially getting that payday as a working girl (didn't you hear? I got a job!) I'm not exactly rollin' in the dough (yet). So yes, I want to wear embroidered denim and open-toed mules, but I don't want to break the bank trying to be fashionable either.
Luckily, I've done the heavy lifting for the both of us and have rounded up my favorite spring trends, with all pieces being sold for under $100! Scroll down to shop 5 of the season's biggest trends:
Say goodbye to boring, regular denim. From jean jackets emblazoned with tigers to floral-embellished skirts, all the cool kids are rocking embroidered denim.
If you're planning a night out or a trip to Vegas, you've got to try the low-cut halter top look. This style is sultry and sexy, so stock up on double-sided tape and get your smolder on!
Mules have become quite the hit lately, and for summer, the open-toed mule should be your go-to pair of shoes. Professional enough for the office but stylish enough for the weekend, you can wear a mule sandal with literally anything.
I'm obsessed with next-level blouses. If they have big sleeves, ruffles, asymmetric hems, or any combination of those things, I am in. These tops are also quite versatile, and can be worn for a number of occasions.
If you love Kardashian style and ready to get a little vampy, look no further than corseted detailing. Plenty of designers have made corseted T-shirts, which you think would be an oxymoron, but they're actually quite cool. Or, if you prefer a more traditional corset style, go ahead and get yourself a corset belt for total waist definition.