51 Supercute Pieces of Jewelry Under $50

From '80s-inspired earrings to pendant necklaces and chunky gold rings, the latest jewelry trends are, in a word, fun. Fall's biggest jewelry trends have something for every taste, whether you're into pretty pearls, thick chains, or glitzy statement earrings, and even better is that tons of stylish baubles are available to shop on the cheap. We're talking rings, bracelets, chokers, studs, and more under $50. This means you can stock up on a handful of pieces to pair with your favorite Fall outfits from affordable dresses and professional clothing to off-duty looks you can to wear to day parties and events.

What's more, Spring's biggest jewelry trends are a continuation of the trends we're loving right now, including bold, gold earrings; big necklaces; sculptural earrings; oversize hoops; asymmetrical earrings; and modern pearl pieces. If you're the type to get ahead of the season's biggest trends, we highly suggest buying into these trends right now.

Affordable pieces of jewelry also make for the perfect gifts for friends, family members, or heck, even yourself, whether you're getting a head start on holiday shopping or in need of a birthday present.

Without further ado, ahead, shop our edit of affordable jewelry under $50 from necklaces to earrings and rings.

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