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The Look For Less: Designer Shoe Dupes at Target

As if we didn’t know it already, Target is continually upping their game in every department. Lately, their shoe collection mimics some of the latest designers styles, everything from Steve Madden sneakers to Jeffrey Campbell block heels… I know because I paid those higher prices for these shoes (arg!). But for you guys, I’ve gathered a list of some of my faves, with way lower price tags that will let you stock up without hurting your wallet.

SNEAKERS

You guys know I love my sneakers. I dress them up with a blazer or nice blouse for the office, and live in them on weekends, paired with distressed jeans and a cozy cardi. These styles transition perfectly for Fall and are all under $40! As an example, I paid $90 for these pearl embellished sneakers, and below, you’ll find them for $28 in both black and blush options!

SANDALS + MULES + HEELS

So excited about these options. The pearl sandals below I wear almost daily. They are super comfy for everyday use but are so stylish, they always get noticed.

And these mules are so on trend. You’ve probably been seeing embellished everything already, and this Fall, the trend continues with high-end designers showcasing beautifully patterned shoes. Thankfully, we can get the look for less.

The pearl sandals from Steve Madden cost about $70, while these retail for $25. The block heels featured are Jeffrey Campbell dupes, which sell for $125, while the Target version goes for $45.

BOOTS

All these boots are less than $40, which are a major wow! The perforated booties are perfect dupes for Lucky ($129) and look alikes for the 1.State version (originally $139). Search Nordstrom’s site too, and you’ll see a ton of embellished boots, like these Sole Society ones, all which retail for more than $100.

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