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While band members Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui are no strangers to custom-made, coordinating attire, these looks are noteworthy in that they’re actually shoppable — aka you can buy some of these exact items retail, and at surprisingly affordable prices. And sure, they may look a little risqué for everyday, but hear me out.
Brooke wore the label’s caped blazer in a vibrant shade of violet; her matching shorts aren’t available on Lavish Alice’s site, but a similar pair of buttoned trousers are — and to be honest, I actually prefer the pants anyway. (If you’ve got your heart set on the shorts set, it’s available in white.)
Kordei chose this corseted jumpsuit, an under-$100 instant outfit that looks way more expensive than it is. P.S.: The brand makes an equally cute matching duster coat in case you’d like a little more coverage up top.
Jane’s exact dress isn’t currently available online, but her Aldo booties are. And they’re also pretty affordable (and apparently quite comfortable, judging by all those five-star customer reviews).
Best of all, Jaregui’s perfect white pants are currently 30% off and begging to be added to your work wardrobe. I’d recommend a black or white T-shirt on top instead of Jaregui’s cropped cami if you’re office-bound — but hey, you’re the boss (sorry, BO$$).