Designer sneakers that won't break the bank -- The cheapest from Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs and more

Let’s face it: Stocking your shoe collection with designer kicks can quickly wear down your bank account. But now label lovers can turn to snazzy sneaker collections by several A-list designers without dropping a grand. Plus, wearing them means that you can brag (okay, fine — lie) that you went jogging with Stella McCartney.

adidas by Stella McCartney; $150
These eye-grabbing, barely-there sneakers will surely find their way onto the feet of pals Gwynnie and Madge any minute now.

Loomstate Vans; $70
We dig the funky, purple-polka-dotted inner lining on these organic cotton shoes from designer Rogan Gregory, and can’t stop staring at that cool bird pattern!

Keith Haring and Jeremy Scott adicolor adidas Originals; $150
Relive the Reagan era — and practice your break-dancing skills — with these retro sneaks.

Umbro by Kim Jones; $200
The British designer known for his unique casual menswear used youth soccer as inspiration for these woven high-tops, favored by Elijah Wood and Orlando Bloom.

Vans by Marc Jacobs; $85
Normally, we wouldn’t advocate wearing denim on denim. But we’ll make an exception for Jacobs’ nifty design.

Ivory & Blue Ballet Flat; $140 Maria Cornejo for Keds
Elegant and practical, these slippers make Keds look cool again.

Converse by John Varvatos; $95
Johnny Depp and Ashton Kutcher dig these casual slip-ons that lack laces — but make up for it in attitude.