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Sometimes, you just want to have a little fun. And UK-based jewelry e-tailer BonRobot provides just that: playful, quirky jewelry from emerging designers at prices you can afford. Our favorite pieces include a Me and Zena necklace featuring a fuzzy old-school TV charm ($27.80), and a funky Han Cholo silver plated skull ring ($69.50). Shop at

These vintage-inspired hair pins will add a romantic touch to any look for only $8.50. The antique rose sakura flower cabochon and white cluster cabochon adorn bronze hair pins, making these cute accessories classic.

Southern Belle Vintage Hair Pin Duo - $8.50 each at
We recently checked out the fall 2010 collection from jewelry label Gemma Redux and immediately fell in love with the contrast and complexity of bold, chunky stones and industrial metals paired with dainty chains dangling from each earring, bracelet, and necklace. The line is a splurge, but the unique pieces will add a worthy statement to your look. Buy it online this fall at

From left to right: Gemma Redux Rock Steady Earrings, $246, Liz Bracelet, $319, and Jamee Necklace with Amethyst, $524. 
Velvet is one of our favorite trends for fall - it’s dressed up, edgy, and classic all rolled into one look. Get the style for less with contemporary label Tulle’s super chic velvet skirt, just $33 at Tuck in a blouse with tights and pumps for the workday, and transition into the evening with platform heels and a gold sequined tank. Don’t be afraid to pile on some statement necklaces for an ultra-luxe look.

Tulle Velvet Skirt in Slate, $33 at
5066059_47576_FRAME.jpgAdrianna Kinal designs jewelry with LA “it” girls in mind - confident, fearless, and unapologetic women like Demi Moore and Salma Hayek. Each piece is named after the woman who inspired it, and the AA Kinal collection consists of chunky bracelets, statement necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that incorporate coral, black onyx, and pearls. The line is also affordable, with pieces going for about $40 to $180 at

Pictured: Charly Necklace, $180. aakinal_thumb.png

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