7 Designer Dupes We’re Coveting Right Now

Stay fresh -not broke- with these runway replicas

When a new international fashion month comes around, it’s exciting to see what’s next! Whether it’s the newest ‘it’ bag or shoe at Milan Fashion week, the latest jacket style from New York’s fashion houses, or the micro trends we’ll dare to try, hundreds of new cult items can pop up on our imaginary wish lists in no time. But designer items are not all that kind on the bank account. Lucky for us, the internet is brimming with dupes inspired by these runway looks so you can still have what she’s wearing – but for less!

A dupe is essentially a product released by a typically mass-market brand, that has a similar style or was inspired by a popular designer item but with a much lower and more accessible price point.

With the 2024-2025 Autumn/Winter fashion shows only finishing up a little over a month ago, dupes usually take a while to reach the high street, however, we’ve found some early and are all under $250. So, stay one step ahead of the pack, add these to cart and wait for the ‘is that designer?’ comments to roll in.

The Denim Skirt

Swiss designer, Bally has released a lust-worthy wash of denim in silhouettes hot on everyone’s lips. This version from Aussie label, Henne will get you the look for less!  

Bally Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 (Credit: Getty)
Henne Terzo Maxi Skirt, $229 at Henne (Credit: Henne)

The Double Bag

Nothing like Bottega Veneta to spark your interest in a new bag and this time it’s two! The fashion house is teaching us to offset our holiday baskets with a luxe leather pouch bag for a new spin on winter styling.  

Bottega Veneta Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 (Credit: Getty)
Arms Of Eve Ipanema Bag, $129 at The Iconic (Credit: Arms Of Eve)
Ioza Vincenza Bag, $129 at Hard To Find (Credit: Izoa)

Red Eyewear

Trickle the colour of the season into your accessories to command some attention to your cool toned looks. Start with these Coach inspired cat-eye frames from Arms Of Eve for under $150!

Coach Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2024-2024 (Credit: Getty)
Arms Of Eve Jaggar Sunglasses, $139 at The Iconic (Credit: Arms Of Eve)

Bright Blazer

Gucci paved the way with bold outwear choices in butter yellow. Wear it as a matching suit or style it with denim for a more casual vibe

Gucci Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 (Credit: Getty)
Bershka Oversized Double-Breasted Blazer in Yellow, $149 at The Iconic (Credit: The Iconic)

Tie Belt

Swap large buckles for skinnier belts you can tie and make a knot with as styled to perfection at Michael Kors this year. Don’t splash out though, there are plenty of high-street brands offering affordable leather styles. Our tip? Choose soft leather for easy tying as faux or vegan leather can often crack or perish if you tie and bend them too much.

Michael Kors Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2024-2024 (Credit: Getty)
Morrison Katya Leather Belt, $89 at The Iconic (Credit: Morrison)

The Fancy Flat

Following on from last year’s satin mule, Prada is sticking with their fancy flat aesthetic with a strappier version for this season. We’ve already found a similar one from Zara you might want to add to cart before everybody else does.

Prada Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 (Credit: Getty)
Zara Flat Slingback Shoe, $69.95 at Zara (Credit: zara)

The Cord Pendant

Tom Ford just confirmed that the 90s cord necklace still has a place this season after its debut last year amongst other big-name designers. With affordable varieties now available there is no need to spend big, however, we’ve found the perfect match from local label, Saint Valentine in sterling silver or 18k gold plated- a more sustainable, long-lasting choice.

Tom Ford Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 (Credit: Getty)
Saint Valentine Micro Pendant Necklace, $115 (Was $115) at The Iconic (Credit: Saint Valentine)

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