3 Elsa Hosk Looks For Less
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3 Elsa Hosk Looks for Less

How to afford the latest trends on a tight budget
3 Elsa Hosk Looks for Less

Nowadays, being a model doesn't just consist of walking down the runway. Off duty styles are a must and the trends that some of America's favorite models have set are sweeping the nation. Tiny sunglasses, bike shorts, and logos galore are only a few that have taken over 2018, but as we all know—designer prices can break a bank account. As a college student, I've quickly come to learn the do's and don'ts of searching the web for dupes of designer staples.

In honor of the event of the year—the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show—airing this past Sunday night, I've decided to hone in on one of the current leading models of off duty style and a few of her oh-so-iconic looks. Victoria's Secret's very own Elsa Hosk not only rocked the runway the other night, but she has turned the world into a never ending catwalk. While some might simply swoon over her on-trend and "it girl" Instagram feed, you can go one step further and recreate a few of her looks without completely emptying your wallet.

Here are three complete Elsa Hosk looks for less:

Look #1

H&M Lyocell Jacket | $54.99


Forever 21 Seamless Ribbed Knit Bralette | $7.90


PrettyLittleThing basic legging shorts | $16


boohoo Chunky Sports Trainers | $25


Forever 21 Drop Hoop Earrings | $3.99




Look #2

ASOS DESIGN Bias Cut Maxi Slip Dress | $30


boohoo Chunky Sports Trainers | $25


Forever 21 Cat-Eye Sunglasses | $5.90


Isabelle Bags Black crossbody purse with gold studs | $20


Look #3

Forever 21 Velvet Square Neck Bralette | $12.90


Revice Denim YIN YANG CROPS / B&W | $61.60


ASOS Glamorous minimal buckle belt | $13


Forever 21 Faux Suede Pointed Flats | $12.90


Forever 21 Quilted Faux Leather Backpack | $29.90


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