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19 Stars That Can Wear Cheap Clothes and Still Look Like a Million Bucks


Hollywood stars are people that can basically afford to wear anything they want. Dresses from luxury brands that they wear just once, expensive underwear, or accessories that are so expensive it’s hard to believe. Very often, they don’t even give a second thought to the money they spend on their appearance. But then, there are those who don’t like wasting money, so they buy clothes at mass-market stores.

We at Bright Side have gone through the wardrobes of some movie stars and found those that can put together trendy looks for very little money. And at the end of the article, there is a bonus that proves expensive doesn’t always mean beautiful.

1. Miranda Kerr

Left: Supermodel Miranda Kerr at a Wonderbra event wearing a red H&M dress that cost €47
Right: Miranda Kerr in an H&M dress that cost $10

2. Ciara

At a Vanity Fair party, Ciara was wearing a Naked Wardrobe latex dress under another a great haute couture dress. The latex dress was $28.

3. Hailey Bieber

Model Hailey Bieber at Paris Fashion Week wearing a Meshki top that cost $45

4. Sofia Richie

Model Sofia Richie wearing a Meshki top that cost AU$45.

5. Rochelle Humes

British singer and composer Rochelle Humes is wearing an £8 Zara top.

Rochelle Humes wearing Zara jeans that can now be bought for £9.99.

6. Rooney Mara

Rooney Mara at an event for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in Tokyo. She’s wearing leather leggings from ASOS that cost $44.

7. Emma Roberts

Left: Emma Roberts wearing an H&M dress that cost $35
Right: Emma Roberts wearing a rugby T-shirt from Lou & Grey that is only $59.50 now

8. Olivia Palermo

Left: Olivia Palermo at the premiere of Safe in New York. She is wearing a Zara dress that cost $75.
Right: Olivia Palermo at the CFDA award show. She’s wearing a dress from her collection in collaboration with Banana Republic. The dress is sold for around $100.

9. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is wearing a Zara bodysuit that cost £13.

10. Sarah Michelle Gellar

Sarah Michelle Gellar at the KIIS FM iHeartRadio concert is wearing a Zara dress that cost $55

Sarah Michelle Gellar at Disney California Adventure in California, she’s wearing Mother Safari overalls that cost $25.

11. Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski at the presentation of the new H&M collection in New York. Her top sells for $40 now.

12. Queen Letizia

Queen Letizia is wearing a Zara top that cost $40.

Queen Letizia is wearing Mango overalls that cost around £30.

13. Irina Shayk

Irina Shayk is walking with her child dressed in a Mango dress that cost $60.

14. Gigi Hadid

15. Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton visiting a child center wearing an ASOS dress that today costs £24.5

Kate Middleton wearing a £40 Zara dress

16. Natalie Portman

Left: Natalie Portman at the 2017 Oscars, wearing a TopShop dress that cost $30
Right: Natalie Portman at a Vanity Fair event, wearing an H&M dress that cost $50

17. Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon wearing a Madewell shirt with a floral print that can be bought for $22

18. Taylor Swift

Left: Taylor Swift wearing an Aqua skirt and crop top. The top sells for $48, and the skirt for $68.
Right: Taylor Swift on a date in New York wearing a Missguided shorts suit. The jacket cost $40, and the shorts cost $22.

19. Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger walking with her child and wearing a TopShop dress that cost $37.50

Bonus: Cheap dresses don’t always look worse than pricey ones.

The dress Natalie Portman wore to the Academy Awards show in 2017 is one of the cheapest dresses from the ceremony. And Kate Winslet’s dress for the 2016 Oscars is one of the most expensive ones. According to Forbes, it cost about $50,000. But still, the Titanic star’s dress was heavily-criticized and even compared with a trash bag. Very often, expensive doesn’t mean beautiful.

Do you think that cheap clothes can look as good as clothes from luxury brands? If you were a star, what kind of clothes would you wear?




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