Accesories Under Ten Dollars

by Sam P. | August 22nd, 2014 | Accessories, Women's Beauty, Women's Fashion
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jewelry (400x400)As a girl, accessories can make or break an outfit.  So often I am out at the mall and I find a statement necklace or stackable rings that I absolutely adore, but they’re way too expensive.  I don’t know about you, but I can’t afford to spend twenty dollars on a necklace, and a lot of times when you do find cute jewelry for cheap, it is cheaply made.  Of course, there is a quick fix to that.

My favorite store to get jewelry is actually Forever 21.  Of course I shop there in general a lot, but if I am in need of rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, whatever I need, I go here automatically.  Last time I was in need of rings, I found some cute stackable ones, along with a ring with a key on it, and mustache knuckle ring, and a gold ring with a cute flower on it.  All in all I purchased about five to ten rings and the total was around eight dollars.

The biggest problem with the rings from Forever 21 is that a lot of times they leave a green ring on your finger.  The easiest way to get rid of that is to put a thin coat of clear nail polish on the inside of the ring.  Once it dries you can wear the ring as much as you want and there should be no green ring let on your finger afterwards.  If the polish starts to chip away just put on another thin coat.

Statement necklaces at Forever 21 tend to be around five dollars at the cheapest, and sometimes be as much as fifteen dollars, but they have an average price of eight to ten dollars.  The thinner or smaller necklaces, and long dangly necklaces, tend to be anywhere from five to ten dollars.

Earrings are usually as cheap as the rings.  I got a pack of five or so pairs for around three dollars last time I went there.  If your ears are irritated easily don’t wear these earring for long periods of time because they will bother your ears.  You can try using jewelry cleaner on them, and after you wear them rinse your piercing holes out with hydrogen peroxide.  The large hoop earrings or dangly ones can be a bit more expensive, but usually they most they can be is five dollars for a pair.

Bracelets can range anywhere from two or three dollars to eight or ten dollars.  It all depends on the type of bracelet you get.  Obviously the smaller and simpler the bracelet is, the cheaper it will be.

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