Most of us aren’t able to wear head to toe couture on a day to day basis. However, taking 3 datasets from Alexander McQueen, Versace, Gucci, Dior, Chanel, Prada, Louis Vuitton, YSL, and Hermes. I compared each brand’s most expensive and least expensive handbags, shoes, and sunglasses so you can incorporate designer into your everyday, the smart way.

Want to put together the least expensive designer outfit possible?

According to this graph, get a pair of Versace sunglasses to add to your beach look this summer.

Or are you looking to really spend some money?

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I chose 10 of my favorite fashion houses to compare their most expensive and least expensive items like; shoes, handbags, jewelry, sunglasses and dresses. I plan on incorperating images of all of these items. I obtained this data from the offical websites of all of these designers. These prices are not their most or least expensive items of all time, but what they have currently available for sale on their websites.

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Ask yourself which questions you would want answered by your data, and that is what you need to convey. Set yourself up to succeed. Data can be messy at first. So be detailed and organizing in the beginning. It will make mistakes easier to void and it will be easier on you in the end.

The data that I found Looked at New York City’s 2008 drug commitments. What I found most interesting was that only 93 of the total 2,484 commitments were related to drugs and an additional offense. However looking deeper into the data I realized that the fact that the 1,451 sale commitments compared to the 1,033 possession commitments shows that law enforcement is

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