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My Favorite Under-$100 Jewelry Finds From Shopbop, Nordstrom, and H&M

Lauren Eggertsen

If there's one thing I love a little too much in life, it's jewelry. I love buying it, I love collecting it, I love wearing tons of it, etc., but what I don't always love is feeling like my jewelry assortment can't be "nice" if it's not expensive. Not that I don't love a fine-jewelry moment every once in a while, but sometimes you need the rush of adding a handful of funky gold jewelry to your online shopping cart, clicking "buy," and pretending like it never happened. Just me? Surely not.  

In case you too love hunting down affordable jewelry and buying way too much of it, boy, have I got a shopping selection for you. Today, I spent way too much time sifting through three of my favorite online retailers to find the best of the best when it comes to jewelry under $100. Ahead, you'll see my top 10 picks from each of the stores, including baroque pearl necklaces, chunky gold rings, and tons of chains. If you're not in the mood to shop, I suggest you click out because the 30 pieces of affordable jewelry ahead are about to rock your world. 

Shopbop

Madewell Twisted Hoop Earrings ($28)

The texture makes these earrings anything but your average hoops. 

Roxanne Assoulin Daisy Red Beaded Necklace ($60)

Just because summer is ending doesn't mean you can't wear bright jewelry.

Justine Clenquet Jane Hoop Earrings ($58)

You're about to see a lot of chain jewelry in this shopping roundup, so buckle up. 

Shashi Supernova Necklace ($78)

The length on this one feels so fresh.

BaubleBar Alidia Ring ($44)

A favorite among Who What Wear readers. 

Cloverpost Large Curb Chain Bracelet ($86)

This makes just the right amount of a statement while simultaneously being something you never have to take off.

Theia Jewelry Waterfall Drop Earrings ($42)

In case you're in the mood for a little glamour. 

Shashi Vera Ring ($48)

This is one of those rings you won't be able to stop playing with—in a good way.

Shashi Sovereign Necklace ($64)

Chains, gold, pearls, oh my! 

Zoe Chicco 14k Single Huggie Hoop Earring ($95)

The perfect addition to your ear stack.

Nordstrom

Halogen Modern Wrap Ring ($29)

Chunky jewelry is making a comeback, and this ring is leading the pack.

Wolf Circus Lola Freshwater Pearl Bracelet ($100)

How could you pass up a clasp like that?

8 Other Reasons Chantel Mother-of-Pearl Drop Earrings ($43)

Sorry, but I still love shell jewelry. 

BaubleBar Maro Set of 2 Rings ($48)

More chunky rings. You're welcome. 

Laura Lombardi Onda Charm Earrings ($100)

Laura Lombardi makes some of the coolest hoop earrings around. 

Ellie Vail Brent Chunky Chain Bracelet ($58)

Turn heads with this extra-bold chunky chain.

Argento Vivo Reversible Two-Tone Hoop Earrings ($68)

Whoever said you couldn't mix metals clearly never saw these.

Kendra Scott Double Link Chain Necklace ($65)

I mean, I warned you—lots of chains ahead! 

AllSaints Large Oval Signet Ring ($50)

Signet rings have that vintage feel I secretly crave. 

Wolf Circus Pearl Hoop Earrings ($85)

Wolf Circus: a jewelry brand you definitely need to know about. 

H&M

H&M Hoop Earrings ($8)

Because two-tone jewelry is always a win-win. 

H&M Short Beaded Necklace ($13)

Layer this over a turtleneck this fall for a forward look.

H&M Long Clip Earrings ($15)

Chunky gold earrings will always win my heart. 

H&M 7-Pack Rings ($15)

Six rings for $15? Sign me up.

H&M Hoop Earrings ($13)

Not not your grandma's pearls. 

H&M Necklace With Beads ($10)

A pink-and-pearl necklace that doesn't feel too prissy.

H&M 9-Pack Rings ($10)

There are dozens of ways you can stack and layer these delicate rings. 

H&M Earrings ($6)

Your white T-shirts are begging you to wear these. 

H&M Double-Strand Necklace ($15)

Effortless layering at your fingertips. 

H&M Earrings With Rhinestones ($8)

Fall earrings we can't resist. 

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