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6 Designer Must-Haves That Will Wipe Your Wallet Clean

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Don’t you ever get tired of always watching your money? I do too. There are so many designer must-haves that we all crave for but the cost is always too high!

That’s why I have a wishlist of some luxury designer desirables I want, even though they are guaranteed to wipe our wallets clean!  So, what are your thoughts? I love buying designer, but let’s face it – the price tags are always so hefty.

Designer Must Have's

Here are the top 5 items on our wish list.

Louboutin shoes are known for their red soles – women wear them like a badge of honor. I, however, love the red soles and think they are so much fun!

1. Christian Louboutin

This “Simplenodo Flat” is a simply sweet style for the Fall/Winter season. For those of us who love our flats – you can do them in style! Her delicate handmade bow gives her a soft and feminine effect that is always in style.

This ultra-chic pony leopard version will make a charming addition to your red-soled collection. Coming in at a whopping $ 825.00 – those red soles had better come with ballet lessons!

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You can get these adorable ‘Felicia’ Genuine Calf Hair Flat $83.96–$119 flats for so much less! They look a lot more comfortable too! I love leopard print anything and have a pair exactly like these! 

The iconic Louboutin shoe is featured in the image below – this is one of the styles that made the name Louboutin a classic.

Designer Must-Have's


You can get these sexy and sassy MERUMOTE Women’s Pointed Toe Stiletto shoes for $20! 

2. David Yurman 

This Waverly Limited-Edition Ring with Blue Topaz and Diamonds – Sculptor David Yurman and his wife, Sybil, a painter, launched the David Yurman brand in 1980 is simply stunning!

They collaborated to create jewelry that was both a fashion statement and a work of art. And works of art are the perfect way to describe their jewelry. Priced at $6,700 – this gem is clearly a designer masterpiece. He can slip this puppy on my finger any day!

3. La Mer

La Mer Limited Edition Moisturizing CremeThe Accident – Over forty years ago, aerospace physicist Dr. Max Huber suffered a terrible accident when a routine experiment exploded in his face, resulting in severe chemical burns.

Neither science nor medicine could offer sufficient promise of help, so Huber decided to help himself. Twelve years and some 6,000 experiments later, La Mer Limited Edition Moisturizing Creme was born, and at $2000 a bottle – they should throw in a complimentary facelift! 

Designer Must-Have's

4. Louis Vuitton

I adore LV handbags, don’t you? The name of this stunning handbag is called TOTALLY MM – This bag is on my holiday wishlist! While I admit, I do own a few LVs; I usually get them as Christmas or Birthday presents. It’s an indulgence I’ll never give up.

The quality of LV handbags is like no other. Louis Vuitton bags are practically indestructible  – they are not indestructible of course, but they last for years and years.

And what makes them even more unique is the older they get, the better the leather is and the more valued they are. Once you have owned an LV – there’s no turning back. Priced at $1,430.00, she will last for years to come!

5 – Burberry

Burberry Heritage Check Cashmere Scarf – The elite of all scarves! This scarf is a softly brushed cashmere scarf featuring the iconic check. The scarf is made in Scotland at a mill with a long heritage in producing cashmere.

To create a subtle luster and soft texture, the cashmere is washed in spring water, then woven on traditional looms and brushed with natural teasels.  Weighing in at a hefty $450, this scarf had better keep you nice and toasty, or at least you can be wrapped in its luxury.

6 – Yves Saint Laurent Sweaters

“French house Yves Saint Laurent helped transformed the socio-cultural landscape, pioneering styles in women’s handbags, jackets, t-shirts, knitwear, and more. More recent innovations can be found in their clothing line, more specifically in women’s tops.

Personally, one of my favorites is their SAINT LAURENT Beige Wool Single-Breasted Coat. This long sleeve stretch knit wool, mohair, and nylon-blend coat is simply stunning. It’s featured in tones of beige and brown, featuring a jacquard leopard pattern in black. And has a notched lapel collar and button closure in the front.

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  1. Wow I love your designer picks! I want them all …My fav is David Yurman and LV!!!

  2. WOW some fantastic picks here! My fav. is the Louis Vuitton. I am a sucker for a good bag. Besides I would fall over in the heels :)

  3. Luckily, the scent and feel of LaMer make my skin crawl. I have tried samples and they just don’t feel (or smell) good on my skin. My wallet is safe! Nor am I big on labels. That’s why I have the money to travel, I think! ;=)

  4. luff luff luff all your picks I own a lv clutch that I wear only to special occasions one day I hope to have a pear of red bottoms too ;-)

  5. Well I’m only guilty of a few of these.
    I have several LV items, which I’ve had for many, many years.(over 25) They DO last that long.
    I also have some David Yurman, which were anniversary gifts and I’ve also had them for many years.
    La Mer tests on animals so I wouldn’t touch the stuff with a ten foot pole!
    My feet are tired and painful, plus I’d never spend that on a pair of shoes…that wear out.
    The Burberry colors look terriblel on me, plus I’m not a plaid kind of wearer.
    Other than that, I do believe in investing in quality accessories you can afford, IF they are your style ansd yoiu will wear them for many, many years.

  6. Now I know what I’ve been missing. My friend had on ballet shoes when I saw her the other day and they looked great on her, but they weren’t designer shoes. I like everything and if I ever have an extra $2000, I would like to have the moisturizer.

  7. David Yurman is one of my absolute faves! I am lucky to have a few pieces — but nothing as pricey as the ring you’ve shown here. I wish!

  8. For that kind of money I could take a trip around the world and I know I would much rather have that! Beautiful things though.

  9. So many lovely items. I own several winter scarves, but I don’t have a Burberry scarf (yet). True, it’s a classic and will never go out of style. Thanks for the information about the Scottish mill. That was interesting.

  10. Love, love, love, David Yurman – but that price! Only if I win the lottery. And the face cream, it would need to provide DRAMATIC results.

  11. lol yes Sue and that’s just some of the designer world we crave. I love the LV handbags. They are timeless and stunning. I’m lucky enough to own three and hoping for my 4th this Christmas lol.

  12. Hi Jennifer, Oh wow I didn’t know that about La Mer. That’s just terrible. I wouldn’t buy it anyway lol. I would think Burberry would look great on you! I do love everything about Burberry. I’m hoping to get that scarf this holiday season. Thanks for the heads up about La Mer wow. I adore my LV’s and think of them as a member of the family lol. Have a great week.

  13. Lol Rena I hear ya on that. You could do a lot of traveling with the money spent on designer items. We are not much into travel so I indulge on them once in a while. Plus, the LV handbags last for years and years. Have a great week always great hearing from you!

  14. Oh yes. We have the same taste in handbags for sure. I love LV’s they do last for years and years. lol it does take some practice walking in those heels for sure. I can’t wear them that high anymore either lol.

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