10 Celebrities Who Rocked Affordable Fashion On The Red Carpet

  
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Hollywood starlets have always been admired for the extravagant designer looks they don on the red carpet from the likes of Alexander Wang, Gucci and Dior. Most stars work with a stylist for weeks leading up to a red carpet event and multiple options are considered before selecting the perfect look. With this in mind, when an A-lister steps out rocking an affordable brand rather than a hefty price tag designer garment, a fashion frenzy is created to say the least. Even the stars of Hollywood know when to be practical and are not t00 shy to rock a $50 dollar pair of pumps or even a dress from Forever 21 on the red carpet. Follow along for 10 times that celebrities rocked an affordable piece on the red carpet for the budget-friendly fashionista:

10. Gal Gadot – Aldo sandals $50

Gal Gadot made her red carpet debut for her feature film Wonder Woman wearing a stunning bedazzled red gown with cut outs around her chest and waistline. Typically a movie star playing the lead role for the film would wear their most formal footwear of sky high heels, but low key Gadot opted for a simple pair of gold Aldo sandals instead! Her role as Wonder Woman revolutionized the way viewers perceived female superheros, so we’re not surprised to see this starlet making leaps when it comes to fashion expectations as well! Shop the sandals on sale here. 

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9. Olivia Palermo – Banana Republic $148

New York socialite Olivia Palermo is every fashionista’s muse when it comes to inspiration for new outfit ideas. The great thing about Olivia Palermo is that despite being in the spotlight, this star vouches for affordable fashion and is often seen wearing all our favourite mall brands such as Zara, Banana Republic and Topshop. This burnt orange midi dress Palermo rocked on the red carpet can be purchased for less than $200 dollars from Banana Republic. Fashion girls everywhere rejoice!

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