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Money, as the adage goes, can’t buy happiness. It can, however, buy your next favorite pair of sweat shorts or the latest version of the walking shoes you now have reason to wear—and you don’t even need a whole heap of it, either.
Turns out, the most expensive version of any given item isn’t always the one you should be investing in, especially when it comes to rounding out your wardrobe with a few well-priced essentials. After all, having piles of dollar bills to drop on any piece that catches your fancy at an online store with fresh-off-the-runway fits does not a stylish man make. Just because styles are affordable—”cheap,” if you will, though only in price, not in make—doesn’t render them any less worthy of consideration.
Luckily, we live in the era of the