1 of 11Attribution: Nine
Sometimes you just want to spoil yourself with a luxury gift, but without forking out thousands of dollars.
We’ve searched some of the biggest luxury brands around, including Hermes, Dior, Givenchy and more, to find the cheapest item you can buy in Australia.
Hey, we’re thrifty!
2 of 11Attribution: Dior
The Dior Prestige cotton pads: $25
This box of 100 Dior cotton pads will only set you back $25.
3 of 11Attribution: Chanel
Chanel Le Coton: $36
Desperate for more designer cotton?
Chanel also sells a box of 100 cotton pads, presented in a Chanel box and embossed with the double C logo, for $36.
4 of 11Attribution: Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton Reims city guide, French version: $39
Dreaming of international travel?
The cheapest Louis Vuitton item for purchase is the Reims city travel guide, which costs $39.
Hope you can speak French! The English travel guides are a little pricier.
5 of 11Attribution: Hermes
Terre d’Hermes perfumed soap: $40
For $40 you can be the proud owner of this Hermes soap, which promises to clean and perfume your skin without drying it out.
6 of 11Attribution: Gucci
Gucci Éclat De Beauté Effet Lumière gel face gloss: $49
Gucci’s gel gloss is for your eyes, lips and cheeks and can be worn alone or on top of makeup. It costs $49.
7 of 11Attribution: Tiffany & Co
Tiffany white wine glass: $60
Tiffany offers an all-purpose white wine glass, in crystal glass, for $60.
8 of 11Attribution: Balenciaga
Balenciaga women’s allover logo socks in pink and white cotton: $125
Balenciaga sells these pink and white socks (also available in black and red) for $125.
9 of 11Attribution: Givenchy
Givenchy Trompe L’œil iPhone 12 case in black: $200
This black rubber iPhone 12 case from Givenchy will cost you $200.
10 of 11Attribution: Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent opyum bracelet in crinkled leather and metal: $255
Saint Laurent sells this crinkled leather cord bracelet, decorated with studded metal YSL initials, for $255.PROMOTEDKenya Moore opens up about ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ breast augmentationThe Grio
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