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Best Bags Under $100

best bags under $100

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Nasty Gal

This slickly designed site, which is divided into new and vintage sections, specializes in slightly punk items.

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Portobello Road

Tucked away off a parking lot, this has the aura of an old library: It's dotted with antique signage and brass statues of hunting dogs, and the long, well-worn tables are piled with gorgeous coffee-table books and vintage ephemera.

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Vintage Jewelry

Both outposts of this shop (there's also one in Vineyard Haven) are eensy, tucked off the main streets of their respective towns, and packed with antique pearls, delicate cameo pendants, and fun cocktail rings—all of them, of course, vintage.

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Paris

April 2009

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Best Oscars Fashion

Our editors choose their top red carpet looks of all time.

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Fashion Icons | Critic's Choice Awards

Inspired by Lucky's Guide to Mastering Any Style, here's our guide to the signature looks of the six most fashionable nominees.

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Fashion Icons | Critic's Choice Awards

Inspired by Lucky's Guide to Mastering Any Style, we broke down these Critics' Choice Award nominees by their timeless style.

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Party Dresses Under $50, $100, and $150

Dozens of showstopping—and brilliantly affordable—options to suit every occasion.

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Lullie Vintage Clothing: Vintage Sourcebook

Intricate patterns and subtle details are what make the carefully edited pieces from this Hollywood-based retailer so unique—and the site shows them all from numerous angles. As an added bonus, the dresses and skirts are all professionally hemmed, and anything you don't love can be returned.

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Doyle & Doyle: Vintage Shopping Guide

The online home of a charming shop on Manhattan's Lower East Side boasts the same lovingly assembled jewelry that has made its bricks-and-mortar location an insider favorite. Browse page after page of glamorous old European engagement rings, or take a peek at its section of $500 and under gifts, stocked with romantic pins and drop earrings.

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Hi + Lo Modern: Vintage Shopping

One of the most common frustrations of shopping for antique accessories on the Web is the lack of clear photos. At Hi + Lo, it's visual overload: Every item—from a graphic 1964 World's Fair scarf to a Mexican enamel bird pin—can be clearly viewed at nearly full-page size, which makes it easy to shop with confidence.

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Lullie Vintage Clothing: Vintage Sourcebook

Intricate patterns and subtle details are what make the carefully edited pieces from this Hollywood-based retailer so unique—and the site shows them all from numerous angles. As an added bonus, the dresses and skirts are all professionally hemmed, and anything you don't love can be returned.

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Mama Stone Vintage: Vintage Sourcebook

Bright colors and prints are the stock-in-trade at this California store. The items here focus on iconic looks from the late 1960s through the 1980s: a slick Charlie's Angels–worthy turquoise blue trench, a bohemian high-waisted floral skirt, or a flouncy, printed corset dress.

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Shop Nasty Gal: Vintage Sourcebook

This easy-to-navigate site has wonderfully vivid fashion photography and is packed with a unique blend of on-trend vintage goods—from a cozy cable-knit sweater with batwing sleeves to a canary yellow swing coat—alongside a few well-chosen contemporary pieces. Its blog keeps visitors up-to-date on new arrivals and owner Sophia Amoruso's latest obsessions.

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