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When it comes to gorgeous, sparkly jewelry everyone wants to get their hands on, Swarovski is it. These pretty crystals make up some of the most classy costume pieces out there, without the incredibly hefty price tag that comes from buying diamond jewelry. The coolest part? It's impossible for most people to tell the difference between these pieces and real diamonds.
Well, heads up: Just for today, Amazon has slashed prices up to 58 percent off a slew of top-rated Swarovski jewels. Tennis bracelets, earrings, watches — they're all marked way down! Worth noting: These also make great gifts for the bling-lover in your life.
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A pair of elegant studs are a must-have accessory, and this Angelic Crystal Jewelry Collection set is it. The earrings feature sparkling Swarovski crystals in a rhodium plated setting for an overall look that's noticeable but not over-the-top. Each delicate stud features a clear center crystal surrounded by paves.
"These are just gorgeous. I really love them. I feel comfortable wearing them during the day if I feel like it so they're versatile because they're perfect for night," a five-star fan said. "I've had issues with some stud earrings that 'fall' or droop because the back is odd but these sit just right all day or evening long. I've had so many compliments on them, too. Do I say they're from Amazon? Not on your life. Only my best friends know. Shh."
Whether you like to layer it with other bracelets or wear it as-is, a tennis bracelet like this Swarovski version is super chic. The bracelet features round-cut crystals on a gold-tone plated finish for a simple yet eye-catching design. The whole thing secures with a clasp that's easy to put on and take off.
"I had one of these for over 20 years and wore it frequently. It was as beautiful after 20 years as it was new. I recently lost it and missed it so much I had to buy another," a happy customer said. "It is beautiful and very sparkling, I am once again enjoying wearing my tennis bracelet. So glad they are still being made."
Add some serious sparkle to your wrist with the Swarovski Women's Crystalline Crystal Watch. It features more than 1,300 crystals on a face with pretty rose-gold accents for an overall gorgeous look. A taupe leather strap balances out all that sparkle for an overall classy effect. A nice perk: The watch is water resistant for up to 50 meters, so you don't have to stress about getting caught in the rain.
"I love my elegant timeless watch. It's classy and sophisticated," a happy customer said. "The oval face with the crystals showing through make it a simple must have. I've received many compliments."
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