Expensive-Looking Outfit Ideas That Won’t Cost a Fortune

You don’t always have to spend thousands to look like you have money in the bank. To prove it, we’ve found three outfits that can be re-created on any budget. The key to expensive-looking style is often keeping it simple and opting for classic, timeless basics. Think of Phoebe Philo in her cream knits and Adidas Stan Smiths or Victoria Beckham in her timeless tailoring. Plus, these are investment pieces that won’t date, rather than throwaway fads you’ll later regret.

High-profile people in the industry often lean on these three outfits in particular when they want to look polished and smart, but not too gimmicky. Head of fashion at Instagram Eva Chen often wears a tweed blazer with straight-leg jeans and black mules—an outfit that you see every single year outside the Grand Palais ahead of the Chanel show. Another fail-safe outfit is to stick to a strict color palette of beige and white, layering tailoring and knitwear in oatmeal, ivory, tan, and other neutral shades. Finally, you can’t beat a white shirt paired with black jeans or a midi skirt.

Keep scrolling to see the three luxurious outfit combinations we’re loving right now, and then shop the key pieces below.