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Heading to the Mall? Then You'll Want to Scoop Up These Fab Finds From Jessica Alba, Emmy Rossum and More

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Having great style doesn’t have to come with a high price tag. And some of our favorite stars prove (over and over again) that you can still look fab without dropping serious cash. So to make that point, each Wednesday we will be featuring the best celeb style finds of the week (all under $150) that we think should be added to your virtual cart — stat.

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Dressing down for a day of traveling, Victoria Justice shows us exactly how to rock comfortable, airport-appropriate pieces while still showing off her stylish side. The actress teams a graphic tee, skinny jeans and a pair of Aldo “Galilahi” booties (which you can nab for $110) for a comfy/cute flight outfit. Her boots are on sale now, so we recommend acting fast if you really want them!

Emmy Rossum is a street-style pro, mixing high and low (and always looking perfectly put-together). Celebrating the start of spring (on the West Coast, anyway), she pairs a light blue floral-print Tory Burch dress with a cute white Snob Essentials mini messenger bag. If it’s still too cold to rock a frock where you live, you can add her “Amelia” carryall to your handbag collection now for $68.

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Finally, Jessica Alba provides major outfit inspiration with just about every outfit she leaves the house in — including this All-American, kinda retro look. Mixing stripes with checks, Alba pairs a red-and-white striped crop top with a high-waisted red, white and blue checkered midi skirt. She tops the look with a breezy, unbuttoned chambray shirt and a pair of pomegranate-hued sneakers from Vans. For $45 a pair, we think it’s time to ditch your winter boots and slip into these sneaks for spring.

Love any of the above items? Will you be adding any to your spring wardrobe? Share below!

–Sarah Kinonen