Affordable alternatives for autumn
It’s always a magical feeling. Whether it’s an online delivery arriving at your door, or walking out of a store with your new purchases in hand, treating yourself to something new is the absolute best feeling. But with Christmas fast approaching, we can’t rely on Santa’s helpers to make our deliveries for us, which means we need to save the pennies where we can. So, here is a list of a few autumnal treats that unlike their pricey rivals won’t break the bank, so you can begin the new season with a spring in your step!
These boots were made for walkin’…
These beautiful boots from New Look are real leather and incorporate statement silver studs. They’re also extremely similar to Chloé’s, which although are evidently gorgeous, are a whole £800 more expensive!
Pink velvet, if you please…
Both of these bags are beautiful, however, the Mango version is not only adorable but also affordable! It retails at a whole £124.01 less than Ted Baker’s very similar pink quilted bag.
Dress to impress…
If we could all afford to dress in Dolce this upcoming holiday season, I’m sure we would. If like most it’s a little (or a lot) out of your price range, check out this stunning black lace alternative from Everything Five Pounds. You could buy 340 of them for the price of D&G’s (admittedly beautiful) Sheath dress – Christmas has come early!
Jumper, for my love…
It’s definitely getting colder out there, and with winter approaching it’ll soon be time to pull out the thermals. Failing that, you could stay stylish and wrap yourself up in this festive red number from H&M. Its Santa vibes are not the only plus, at £17.99 it’s a lot kinder on the bank balance than the equally beautiful offering from Stella McCartney.
These navy woolly hats are both adorable and have a super cute pom-poms. The question is would you like to have some spare cash left over for another item on the list?! If so, the New Look version comes in at a fraction of the cost.