Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and usually it’s an occasion to receive a special piece of jewelry from your sweetheart. But whether you have a partner or not, it’s always a good idea to give yourself a little extra TLC on Valentine’s Day. So, we’ve rounded up 7 lovely Valentine’s Day jewelry pieces – all under $50 – just for you.

Gold-Tone Clear & Pink Crystal Drop Earrings

Price: $8.86


These cluster earrings add elegance and a discreet touch of decadence to just about any outfit – perfect for your day-to-night look.

Rose Gold-Tone Multi-Stone Statement Necklace

Price: $13.06


This dazzling statement necklace goes nicely with the crystal drop earrings if you like to match. It also looks amazing with a LBD, or with a white blouse.

Shine On Gold-Tone Crystal Drop Earrings by Kate Spade New York

Price: $38.85


Add a burst of sunshine with these grapefruit-colored crystal drop earrings.  They’re set in a gold-tone mixed metal, so they’ll match with the other current jewelry trends, too.

Gold-Tone Pink Crystal Accent Flower Ring by Kate Spade New York

Price: $38.85


This fabulous live-out-loud statement ring will smile at you while you’re working away at your desk job. And if you need a pick-me-up, this little flower is sure to do the trick.

Gold-Tone Large Link Necklace

Price: $14.48


When you want to keep things simple and contemporary, a gold chain necklace is your great go-to piece. Wear it with jeans and a tee, or a blouse and slacks, or even with formal evening wear.

Crystal and Logo Open Cuff Bracelet by DKNY

Price: $35.00


For the minimalist fashionista, this Donna Karan New York bracelet adds an understated two-tone touch. And it’s perfect if you don’t like lots of charms and jingly pieces.

Pave Knot Bangle Bracelet by Kate Spade New York

Price: $45.55


This little bow is absolutely sumptuous and it’s bound to be a great conversation piece, too.

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