Cop It, Then Rock It

It’s easy to feel priced out of the luxury fashion world. With winter coats and knitwear coming in their thousands of dollars, for the vast majority, the likes of Prada, Balenciaga, and Gucci remain window shopped items to ogle at in amazement. But don’t stick your imaginary luxury hat on the hat rack so soon; there’s a fashion house flex for anyone with $200 to invest.

From high-end luxury brands of the moment such as 1017 ALYX 9SM, OFF-WHITE, and Stone Island right up to the aspirational designers of Milan, you don’t have to take out a bank loan to accessorize as the fashion elite do. The belts, scarves, jewelry, and key chains of these labels might be subtle, but there’s no questioning their ability to elevate a ’fit into something more fashion week-appropriate.

Read on to browse all our favorite fashion house accessories for under $200 below, and click through to add some super steezy flourishes to your looks.


Samuel Ross’ A-COLD-WALL* has gone from strength to strength this year with its dystopian and utilitarian aesthetic. While the label’s statement jackets and pants will put a small hole in your wallet, this webbing belt from the LVMH finalist will get the nod of approval from those who know.


Any dedicated Highsnobiety reader will have by now come to terms with the high price tags of Balenciaga. But for a stand-out accessory in an extremely on-trend volt colorway, $195 will secure you a logo-printed bracelet from the fashion-polarizing label.


Quintessentially British fashion house Burberry is beloved for its check patterns, but this sophisticated silver-tone engraved money clip is definitely how we’d drop $200 at Burbz.


Fendi is a label that likes to go heavy on branding, but the house also pays homage to sartorial Italy. This brown silk tie features blue diagonal stripes, in the middle of which is the unmistakable FF logo, offering a dope but decidedly subtle flex.


The flex appeal of this neck-warmer is unrivaled in this list. Gucci has brought the heat all year long, but for under $200, this GG-adorned neck warmer with mouth slit is a steal.

JW Anderson

These JW Anderson neck bands are instantly recognizable for their oversized resin pull-tabs, making them a perfect luxury alternative to a scarf this season that’ll gain you kudos from the fashion elite.


Made from tonal-black logo-jacquard and trimmed with black leather, this OFF-WHITE industrial keychain is an affordable buy-in to the much-hyped designs of Virgil Abloh that’ll look dope on your keys or jeans.


Prada’s Saffiano leather pieces have elicited some wide eyes and spenny cops around Highsnobiety HQ, and this logo keychain with silver-tone hardware is the Italian house’s only sub-$200 offering using the material.

Stone Island

Stone Island’s FW18 output has been second-to-none, but its dope technical wear comes at a price. That said, this wool-blend bouclé scarf with bungee-style drawstring is one of the best winter accessories we’ve seen.

Thom Browne

New York City-based Thom Browne’s gold-tone brass keychain is a super high-end accessory that’ll give outsiders the impression that your studio apartment is a 5th Avenue penthouse, all for just $195.

1017 ALYX 9SM

If you’re unfamiliar with 1017 ALYX 9SM’s signature rollercoaster clasps, we can only assume you’ve been trapped in an abandoned theme park all year long. Used on luxe leather bags, harnesses, and belts, this leather cuff is an under-$200 way to rock Matthew Willaims’ growing label.

11 By Boris Bidjan Saberi

Amidst the rise of new bag trends such as side bags and chest rigs, neck wallets have emerged as a must-have item for 2018. This one by 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi is a rare find at under $180, made from nylon and logo-bonded in a reflective silver tone.

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