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So you have a big occasion coming up, perhaps a birthday, an anniversary or a promotion at work, and you’re looking for a gift that will show your girl how much you care. Jewelry may seem like a fail-safe option (what better way to show your love with a little bling?), the implication of jewelry can sometimes feel like a sign of some serious commitment. But jewelry, even rings, doesn’t need to get you freaked out. If it comes from a genuine place (your, uh, heart), then it can be something small and casual, and still feel special.
Just as there is a range of relationship types, the spectrum of jewelry (and accompanying prices) can be navigated to choose just the right piece for the occasion and your relationship status. You don’t need to spend a grand to offer her something she’ll want to wear everyday — actually; you can find great options under $50. From rings to necklaces, cuffs and earrings, you can relax knowing you can be ballin' on a budget.
Depending on her personality and style, she might prefer something discrete or bold, colorful or classic. As far as playing it safe goes, picking something subtle is guaranteed to fall within her comfort zone, but you can also inspire your choice by thinking about what you’ve seen her wear (i.e. what you know she likes). And if you’re really stuck, surely she’s got a girlfriend or two who would be more than happy to nudge you in the right direction or help you narrow down your choices.
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As it turns out, you don’t have to spend a fortune to get a nice piece of jewelry. The designs below are just as special as 'fancier' options, but feature more casual designs, making them great gift options regardless of how long or short you’ve been together. Unique and playful, these are about the thought behind the gift just as much as they are a personal way to spice up her accessory game.
Dogeared One In A Million Sand Dollar Necklace
She’s your better half, meaning she’s one in a million. Let’s be real — you can’t tell her that enough times. For the girl who isn’t keen on big, flashy jewelry, this delicate silver chain and one-in-a-million pendant is the perfect everyday necklace. Subtle enough to match any outfit, but still poignant enough to remind her how special she is.
Gold Leaf Earrings
>The over-the-top hoops of the nineties and early aughts are back, but this time they’re understated and surprisingly super wearable. Light and delicate, these 14k gold leaf-shaped hoops have a hint of nostalgia, but they will be her go-to statement earrings for years to come.
Julia Szendrei Tiny Bridge Chain
>The Bridge Chain from Julia Szendrei is a charming necklace that inspires youth and energy. Handset citrine stones on a 14-karat gold-filled 18.5-inch chain, it reflects its San Francisco origins with a vaguely 70s aesthetic.
Kate Spade Emerald Studs
>Studs are like good knives to women — you really can’t have too many, and each one is slightly different. For a set of earrings that are subtle enough to make it into the daily rotation, but still have a pop of color that stands out, we love Kate Spade’s selection of studs. This pair will really hit a home run with brown eyed girls — the emerald hues will make her eyes pop.
Casio Retro Digital Watch
>Here's a watch that's less glam and more girl-next-door. A classic from Casio's Retro collection, this gold-tone digital watch is a slim arm accessory with Quartz movement, mineral crystal glass and a link bracelet that's perfectly suited to complement all her style choices.
Kate Spade "Heart Of Gold" Bangle
>A simple gold bangle can go a long way — especially one with secret messages inside. A classic from the New York designer, the "heart of gold" bangle will look great by itself, stacked with other bracelets or even paired with an equally delicate watch.
>For the style-savvy woman who likes to accessorize boldly, these earrings from Baublebar are a fun way to show her you pay attention. With their playful navy pom poms and threaded tufts, you’re paying for personality here, not precious materials.
>This necklace is a minimalist’s dream. Embellished with glass beads and 14-karat gold plating on brass hardware, it’s a charming take on the usual chain. And of course, it can be worn on its own or among other necklaces for a bolder look.
Kate Spade Sailor's Knot Earrings
>Not your typical nautical-themed piece of jewelry, these delicate earrings by Kate Spade combine the sweet sentiment of the sailor knot with the subtle elegance that accompanies a dainty copper stud.
Kris Nations State Outline Necklace
> Whether she moved with you to be closer to your family or you both packed up and moved cross country for career opportunities — being away from home to be with the one you love can be tough. To give her a taste of home and show that you appreciate her commitment to stay by your side, give her this State Outline Charm necklace. Made in the USA from sterling silver, this delicate necklace will let her showcase her state pride in style. Plus, it comes wrapped in a cute glass bottle — so your wrapping is taken care of.
>While monogramming or inscribing a custom piece can run you high and dry, MantraBand offers minimal stainless steel cuffs that are engraved with encouraging and comforting phrases. This one reads, “She believed she could, so she did” — a nice reminder that you’ll be there to support her through all her endeavors. And considering the Mantra Cuff is plated with 18-karat gold, its $35 price tag makes it an awfully convincing option.
Ija Horseshoe Ring
>For the girl who knows what’s what, this minimalist horseshoe-shaped ring will add an effortlessly chic touch to her everyday ensembles — and hopefully a dash of luck. Made from sterling silver and 14-karat gold plating, this ring is handmade in Oregon in an eco-conscious studio. Good for her and the planet.
These definitely aren’t your found-at-the-pharmacy variety. Here, the style is slightly more sophisticated and the materials are a grade up from the previous category. Sterling silver, pearls, and elegant designs make these options great for the romantic at heart. That said, you can still get away with spending less than $100 — this category is more about a style choice.
>Jewelry designer Kendra Scott has earned a dedicated following of fans in the Southern USA for one key reason — she creates luxurious jewelry sans luxurious prices. Case and point — this simple 14K gold silver plated cuff, finished with unique gemstones adorning the ends.
Crossover Cubic Zirconia Ring
>Okay, so you’re not quite ready to dive into a lifetime commitment with your girlfriend just yet. Just because you’re not going to give her the ring, doesn’t mean a ring is an inappropriate gift. This simple double ring is still luxurious enough to have some serious swoon-potential, but without the lifetime commitment
Simple Knot Bangle
>Possibly the highlight of this price range, the Knot bangle perfectly embodies simplicity. Made from sterling silver, the wire ribbon twists unto itself to create a self-provided closure. Also available in gold.
Kate Spade Initial Necklace
> This chain from Kate Spade New York allows you to add an extra touch with its engraved "initial" front. On the back, the charm reads "one in a million," a memo to make any girl feel special.
MVMT Gold Leather Watch
>With a mother of pearl face and tan leather band, this is a first-rate timepiece at an affordable price. It has gold-plated hardware and an understated dial, which make it versatile without compromising originality. Thoughtful, useful, stylish — what more could you ask for?
Featherweight Beaded Hoops
> An interesting take on the usual hoops, April Soderstom has applied her bold aesthetic to create these extremely wearable earrings. Threaded with 14-karat rose gold wiring, they’re bestowed with high-gloss beads and a simple closure. They measure 1.25-inches wide, and are lightweight for all-day wear.
Dogeared Balance Pearl Bar Necklace
> Pearls automatically raise the bar with their old world style. And although a full string of pearls might be a bit much, a single pearl set along a curved gold bar feels more contemporary and appropriate for everyday wear. Plus, she’s sure to love the message — balance beats perfection.
Nadri Pave Hinged Crossover Bangle
> A piece that can shine on its own or in combination with other arm accessories, the Nadri Crossover Bangle is a real stud. It comes in your choice of yellow gold, rose gold or silver — all with rhodium glass faux diamonds.
Lulu Dk Love Code Charm
>A romantic gift for a romantic occasion (or really, any occasion), the Love Code from Lulu is a sophisticated charm necklace. Anchored in a circular arch, the pendant is cryptically etched with the word “LOVE” — but it only becomes fully visible when spun. Plus, it comes gift wrapped in a fabric pouch and box — so you don’t have to do anything.
Fitbit Flex 2 Bangle
>If she's a fitness buff, getting her something that's not only useful but stylish too is a great gift idea. The Flex 2 Bangle from Fitbit will discretely monitor sleep and activity patterns throughout the day, and send personal stats to her phone, which she can then use to gain insights into her various energy and performance levels. And when she's off duty, the gold, silver, and rose gold bangle options sit pretty until re-activated.
Karine Sultan Cuff
>For the girl who likes a little more metal on her arm on a day-to-day basis, this Karine Sultan cuff is a must-have. With a minimalist architectural design, this cuff will wrap her wrist in glamour. This cuff is available in a gold-tone, silver-tone, and rose gold-tone so you can pick the one that best matches her taste (hint — if she wears a lot of silver, opt for a silver jewelry and vice versa.)
While charms and cutesy jewelry may have gotten you this far, it might be time to pull out the big guns. We’re talking precious stones and pure metals — fine jewelry for a fine woman. Of course, this means climbing up the price ladder as well, but if you feel ready to send a strong message, these will snag you a home run.
Monica Vinader Diamond Hoop Ring
>A personal favorite, this ring is a certain win. Part of a set, you can take it with the bracelet and necklace, or on its own since each piece is sold separately. Made from 18-karat gold with intricate diamond detailing, this is a ring she’ll never want to take off.
David Yurman Cable Bracelet
>Introducing the Creuset or Birkin of the jewelry world. This cuff is a David Yurman icon — first created in 1983, it remains one of the brand's most sought-after designs. Formed from a twisted helix adorned with finial gemstones, it's a piece that does all the talking.
Pearl Tassel Earrings
>Thomas Laine may specialize in bridal jewelry, but it won’t count as bridal jewelry unless you've dropped to your knee and popped the question. Made for the debutant or high-class woman in your life, these tassel earrings are silver-plated and feature strings of sparkling Swarovski crystal and simulated pearls.
Skagen Marble Watch
>A watch with a slightly edgier look, this is an option for the powerhouse. With designs inspired by Denmark's contemporary aesthetic, Skagen blends edgy American style with a touch of European sophistication to create pieces that truly stand out from the crowd. Featuring a stunning grey marble dial, rose gold accents, and a buttery leather strap, this sophisticated timepiece will quickly become her go-to choice to elevate an outfit.
Five Stone Front Ring
>The most expensive item on the list, it’s also the most “special”. Made from solid 14-karat gold encrusted with five small diamonds (you can choose the type of diamond you want), it’s nearing the status of engagement or anniversary ring. Yet, the narrow band is still simple and delicate for the girl who likes to keep her bling under the radar.
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