If you want to look stylish for less, fashion stylist Bronwyn Williams is here to help. She shared her affordable fashion finds with
First up, when it comes to looking chic on a budget, Williams still recommends spending money on long lasting staples like good quality winter boots, coats and watches.
"Those sort of things last a long time so it's worth investing in."
But when it comes to the ever changing world of fashion, the local mall can be a godsend for the fashionably minded.
"There's so much incredible fast fashion that you can buy so cheaply," says Williams. "It's all about buying cleverly"
Watch Bronwyn on Good Morning below:
If you want fashion bargains that will last you several seasons, Williams advises looking out for good quality fabrics and construction when buying chain store basics.
While chain stores may have upped their game in the last few years, she warns that "not all clothing is created equally."
Another source of fabulous fashion finds is the op-shop and Williams admits she's a devotee.
"You have to have a bit of patience but they're just meccas for cheap and cheerful clothing."
DIY is another way popular way for fashionistas on a budget to get the designer look for less and in the above clip, Williams demonstrates how to create your own "designer" style accessories for peanuts.
When it comes to looking chic on a budget, the key for Williams is mixing up your look.
"Whether you buy expensive designer clothing or whether you buy cheap stuff, it's all about being eclectic and finding clothing that resonates with you and that suits your style."