NET-A-PORTER is the world’s premier luxury fashion destination and stocks more than 800 of the most coveted designer brands.
We could spend hours scrolling through the gorgeous designer clothes and accessories putting together a dream basket. While a lot items may be out of our budget (sadly we do not have £22,000 to spend on a dress), there are still plenty of gems to be found at reasonable prices. And better yet, many for under £75.
The w&h fashion team have put together an edit of their favourite affordable pieces below. These stylish classics will work well in your wardrobe for years to come and will be delivered to your door in NET-A-PORTER’s signature black box and chic monochrome grosgrain ribbon packaging. Happy shopping!
Net-a-Porter pieces that cost £75 or less
If you’re looking for a stylish update to the classic Converse trainer then look no further. We love this fun zebra print design. This statement print is surprisingly wearable - we’d team them with everything from floaty cotton dresses to smart tailored trousers and jeans.
SHOP NOW: Le Specs tortoiseshell sunglasses, £40
If your sunglasses have a tendency to get dropped, sat on, scratched or mysteriously lost then it’s probably not worth investing in an expensive designer pair. Luckily Le Specs have a great selection of both statement sunnies and classic frames at affordable price points. A simple tortoise shell design can’t be beaten and is a great choice for fair complexions.
Dreaming of a perfect nights sleep? No longer shall it allude us with this luxurious silk eye mask. *Adds to Christmas wish-list*
SHOP NOW: Madewell ribbed-knit sweater, £65
The slightly lose fit of this lightweight knit means it’s both flattering and comfortable to wear. It skims without clinging. Half tuck it into jeans or a skirt for the perfect off-duty weekend look.
We think we might have found the perfect everyday earrings. These chunky gold-tone hoops from legendary costume jewellery designer Kenneth Jay Lane would make and elegant addition to any jewellery box.
An exclusive to NET-A-PORTER this isn’t just any old belt, the woven design has been handmade in London from raffia and Jute and trimmed with brown leather sourced from a European tannery. Update your outfit and enhance your figure in an instant by cinching in your waist over dresses.
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