There’s no doubt that Killing Eve‘s Villanelle is the most fashionable psychopath to ever exist.

And between her impeccable taste and her confidence level, the girl can pretty much pull off anything — even a big puffy tulle dress.

Unfortunately, we don’t exactly have access to the kind of money that comes with being a killer-for-hire, which means we can’t afford Villanelle’s designer duds.

Instead, we’ve recreated some of her best looks — with everything under $100.

Look #1

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This outfit makes Villanelle look like she just stepped out of a Dolce & Gabbana ad and we are loving it! In reality, the dress is by The Vampire’s Wife and is aptly named “The Villanelle Dress.” The dress costs upwards of $500 and when you factor in the woven tote bag, you’re looking at an $800 credit card bill. And that doesn’t even include the headband!

But don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. Check out what we found for less below.

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Look #2

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Villanelle rocked this red matching set and we are so here for it. Add in an embellished black belt and you have a look to die for!

We’re not sure where the original clothes came from, but luckily for us, it’s pretty easy to recreate on a budget.

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Look #3

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“I want to smell powerful. I want to make people gag with it. I want to smell like a Roman centurion who is coming across an old foe, who in battle once hurt him greatly. Since then, the Roman centurion has become emperor and is now powerful beyond measure.” 

According to Villanelle, this is the perfect outfit to wear when you’re crafting a plan to see your ex and whisper, “smell me!” Obviously, we have to agree.

The original shirt by Petar Petrov is currently sold out and the yellow pants by Maison Rabih Kayrouz will run you $532 (and that’s on sale!), so we found a few alternatives we think you might like.

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Look #4

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Nobody, and we mean nobody, does menswear quite like Villanelle.

We haven’t quite identified where this outfit comes from, but with the neutral pallet, it’s pretty easy to recreate it for under $100.

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Look #5

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Oh, you thought we wouldn’t include Villanelle’s most iconic look? Think again.

We’re throwing it back to season one where Oksana Villanelle rocked this amazing Molly Goddard Funky Tulle Dress ($633) with the Balenciaga Cutout Boots ($1,490).

Don’t worry, we found a few alternatives that won’t cost you quite as much.

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