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Get stylish with an under $100 dress



Dressing up fashionably doesn’t have to be expensive, or having a tight budget does not mean you can't be stylish! There are plenty of options to choose from, and by options, we are talking about street style, DIY style hacks, and dressing up with outfits which are under $100. 
Yes, you can dress up with a limited budget too. 

Street style is one such trend which has become the ‘in thing’ in the fashion world, millennial are taking over their fashion obsession with their knack for dressing at a fixed budget.
In case you are looking for a way to dress up without splurging much, here is something you can try without burning your pockets.
I am talking about an outfit style which will cost you less than $100

This is what I created for an under $100 look at Polyvore  app.
This outfit can be worn for a coffee date with friends over the weekend, lunch meetingOr at a dinner party. (Your call)








Dresses Under $100

Dresses Under $100 by kikonmhonchumi featuring a crossbody shoulder bag





Outfit used:
·        A cutout shoulder dress. You can get it from zaful.com
·        A cross body shoulder bag from Shein
·        Crème coloured Vegan shoes

Add some accessories to give an edgy look with an acetate eyeglass and a dash of your favourite tarte moisturising lipstick from macys.
Because at the end of the day, it’s not what you wear, it’s how you wear it? So, go easy on your pocket and get yourself some chic fashion under $100 right away.

Stay Stylish with Pocket-friendly outfits!

 Outfit Details: 


Cut out shoulder dress
1,550 INR - zaful.com


Vegan shoes
2,125 INR - impavidgirl.com


Crossbody shoulder bag
775 INR - shein.com


Acetate eyeglass
1,615 INR - firmoo.com


Tarte moisturizing lipstick
1,100 INR - macys.com

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