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It’s Official: I’ve Found the 23 Most Expensive-Looking Items on the Internet

We’re still only a few weeks into 2022, and I want to encourage you to remain strong and focused on your goals. If one of your New Year’s resolutions was related to personal finance, don’t worry—you are not alone. I’m planning to get more organized in crafting a successful personal budget, and while I’ve gotten used to my monthly wardrobe hauls, I’m being a lot more conscientious with my spending. Lucky for me, I’m a fashion editor, meaning I know where to find an affordable version of every item that catches my eye. And I’m ready to share the news with you.

A lot of my needs are being met lately by the newness from Who What Wear x Target. The latest drop was conceptualized by our team of editors and staff members who have been following the trends so well. I’ve had my eye on quilted puffers for some time now, and the one the collection delivered is quite the hit. While trends are fun, truly budget-friendly purchases are timeless and seasonless. There is plenty of that among the under-$70 collection, so keep scrolling, as I guarantee you’ll hit the jackpot.

This coat is first up on my list of things that look pricey but are really affordable. So many of my co-workers have been raving about how stylish the lightweight-quilted-puffer trend is, and it’s been brought to life in this pretty pink.

A belted coat is always a good idea.

I love a Peter Pan collar. 

I saw this on a co-worker and haven’t stopped thinking about it since.

A good striped tee always makes me feel sophisticated. I would know—I’m wearing one as I type.

Two-tone pieces are yet another trend that is truly having its moment this season, so naturally, I’m drawn to this affordable take on it. Tailoring always looks expensive.

I love that it’s not quite symmetrical when it’s all buttoned up.

I think this is a year where we should all be wearing more prints.

I needed another black sweater.

And joggers to match!

I’ve been thinking of having a pajama party with all of my besties, and ordering this one outfit just might be the convincing factor. I’m talking about silk everything.

It’s just as soft as it looks.

The matching pants can also be dressed up with the right knit and heeled boots if you decide to drag yourself to the office.

I’m rooting for the little ruffle at the hem.

A classic style that you can certainly wear year-round.

Hello, Aspen. I’ve been wanting to take a trip to some sort of winter wonderland but decided to stay home, at least for this month. In the meantime, I’ll be treating my home like it’s a ski resort and prancing around in this knit.

I love the subtle addition of color.

I have a thing for cardigans.

A good secret to finding a sweater that looks more expensive is choosing anything ribbed.

Matching sets are always next-level.

When I first stumbled across this jacket, I thought it was from one of my favorite designer fashion houses. Well, think again. This sherpa jacket is everything.

It’s the lining for me.

This was strategically designed to make you look taller.

If you recognize this dress, it’s because I’m bringing it back again. I need it in two colors.

I’m already planning for summer, of course.

If you haven’t heard, I have a thing for loose trousers. My heart also belongs to leather pants right now, so finding a two-in-one deal is definitely what I need.

That color goes with just about everything in my closet.

Loving the sleeves on this dress.

A fringed cardigan worth freaking out over.

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