How many times have you seen a celeb wearing something you just HAD to have, and then were totally let down by the outfit's killer price tag? Yeah, about that. Pretty sure it happens to me at least three times a day. Today's outfit envy? Former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky. Yeah, she may not have nailed things down with former fiance Roberto Martinez, but she did NAIL the ensemble she wore to FOX & Friends in New York City this morning.
I love the pop of green color with the crisp white blazer. And the nude heels? Forgettaboutit. What woman doesn't want their legs to look instantaneously longer? Yeah, I hear you agreeing. That's what I thought.
I know you wanna know -- where can YOU get Ali's look? Well, not only did I piece together this ensemble for you, but I did it on a budget. Find the whole look for UNDER $140 (shoes, bag, and bracelet included!) here:
Let's kick this off with the first stab at Ali's look on a budget:
The green dress from H&M is simplistic and can be worn in so many different ways, that buying it for $24.95 is a no-brainer. The white blazer from Forever 21 mixes things up with the pinstripe cuff, and for $30 -- the nude heels from Payless are a steal! Even better, everything on their website is BOGO right now -- Cha. Ching.
But oh ladies, we're not done. Let's look at our second set of options, shall we?
I like this Stanton flirty dress from Necessary Clothing has a bit more movement than the first option. With the fabulous metallic bag from H&M, a cute bangle from Etsy, perfect spring/ summer wedges from Target, and a cute cropped white blazer from Forever 21, this look is simplistic, seasonal, and WON'T break the bank.
Check out Ali on FOX & Friends this morning, here:
What do you think of Ali's spring look? Would you wear it?
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