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When it comes to paying for fashion there’s two schools of thought: One is that you don’t need to pay a lot to look good – the other – you get what you pay for. And while cheap fast fashion is everywhere, we thought we’d take a look at the brands that’ll cost you a fortune – but beyond the logo – have a look and feel to them that money can’t buy. Well, actually it can – it just takes a lot of it.
Definitely deserving of the top spot, when it comes to high fashion, no brand is mentioned more than Gucci. Whether you’re buying a dress or a little change purse, you can expect to drop anywhere from $300, all the way up to $5000.
If you fancy this dress by French-based brand Chanel modeled by actress Blake Lively, then perhaps paying the $2500 price tag won’t bother you too much. After all, there’s a steep price to pay for looking this unique and elegant.
To the untrained eye this dress here worn by actress Léa Seydoux here is something you can find on the sale rack at H&M. But to someone with a real sense of quality and fashion, you can spot that it’s a $4000 dress by Prada.
Dolce And Gabbana
Known to those in-the-know as D&G, Dolce And Gabbana creates some of the most sought after dresses in the industry. Mind you, they’ll cost you a pretty penny for making you look so pretty. Like $1,700 for this this dress right here.
Armani, created by the famed Giorgio Armani in 1975 in Italy, has been on the top of the fashion pile for quite some time. Their pieces are classic with a twist of Italian flare. And, for a dress like this model is wearing here, you can expect to pay upwards of $2,500.
Here’s a beautiful Marc Jacobs outfit, not to be confused with Marc by Marc Jacobs – Marc’s more modestly priced line of clothing and accessories. Marc Jacobs’ main line is highly unique and even more highly sought after by only the truest of fashionistas. This giraffe inspired piece here will set you back about $1,800.
As one fashion reporter put it, “wearing Dior is like putting on the skin of a much more beautiful person.” While that puts quite the visual in one’s mind, it’s also good to keep the price of a Dior piece (like this one here) in mind as well. Price: $3,700.
Have you ever seen a more stunning dress like this? We didn’t think so. And if it’s good enough for Kendall Jenner here, then it’s good enough for you to pay $4,500 for.
Valentino has been putting clothes on model’s backs since the early 60’s. It’s claim to fame came when first lady, Jackie Kennedy fell in love with a piece, introducing it – and the brand – to the world. Since then, people have been paying upwards of $3,000 for it – just like what this piece here costs.