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10 Surprisingly Affordable Pieces That Will Make Your Spring Wardrobe

All for under $50

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Spring is rapidly approaching.

Which begs the question: what do we even wear? Warmer weather makes us want to break free from our once beloved boots and parkas for sun, slinky pieces and sheer fabrics.

However, with so many trends filtering through the style cycle, it can be both confusing and expensive.

Not to worry. I have rounded up the easiest to wear pieces and all of them for under $50.

Woke and inspirational pins

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Enamel pins are a cool and retro way of sharing your mood or livening up an outfit with a quick dose of personality. Why not make it one that is also inspirational or woke (and all while supporting a good cause)?

Metallic footwear

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Metallic footwear adds just the right about of personality to even the most monochrome outfits. Double points for this shoe banking in on the backless loafer trend.

Ruffle tops

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Ruffle tops are the perfect amount of femme flair the Spring. Double points of this particular top that is also an off the shoulder top (another trend to bank on in the coming months).

Asymmetrical skirts

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Hemlines aren't only going to be shorted come the warmer weather, they will also be asymmetrical. Grab a few of these in neutral colors and you will be ready all they way through fall

Embroidered denim

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Tees aren't the only things being embroidered this Spring. Grab the warm weather staple with a cheeky message or cool designs and you're good to go all season long.

Fishnet socks

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Trust me on this one. These make sexy additions to those single strap heels or interesting pieces to peak out of converse sneakers. The cook factor is pretty endless with these (and you won't be stuck in fishnet tights all day).

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