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No party look's complete without the right accessories. Click through to shop 50 you'll love for under $50.
If Holly Golightly and Cleopatra had a jewelry collab.
Take care your ankles are showing.
Fake the art of ring stacking.
A must for DJ-ed events.
The tassel makes it extra festive!
Outshine every girl with a fresh blowout.
Whatever outfit you've got planned, these will most likely work.
The anti-cocktail ring.
A quick refresh for your favorite LBD.
For holiday party afterparties.
Tiny bag, tons of sparkle.
A must if you're planning to dance, drink or (especially!) both.
An understated way to add extra twinkle.
Santa Claus red always works in December.
Looks even prettier when you're holding a flute of rosé.
You can't go wrong with a Lanvin-inspired look.
Keep the rest of your jewelry deep yellow gold, too.
Best with something sleeveless.
Be sure to pack something pretty inside.
Work these into an all-black-and-white outfit.
Technically a head wrap, these also works as a necklace and belt.
Prepare yourself for an evening of endless compliments.
Bigger than the standard minaudiere, this is just the right size for stashing a spare pair of tights and small makeup bag.
Match your top-of-the-tree ornament.
Givenchy for less than a Benjamin: it really exists!
Pretty enough to also pass for a clutch.
A good fit for winter white outfits.
Something to hold your wine-colored lipstick and waterproof mascara.
One perfect ring pile, ready to go.
Ruby and rose gold look so luxurious together.
Do it like Coco Chanel and tangle these up with additional pearl strands.
The texture is too cool.
It's hard not to feel festive in a pair of sparkly pumps.
Great for when you're wearing delicate fabric: the low-set stones won't snag.
Bust these out when there's no end time on your invitation.
To transition daytime shift dresses to night.
'Tis the season of animal ear headbands—don't miss out!
You phone deserves some holiday cheer, too.
Because, you guys, it gets cold in December.
Carry this when your clutch is too small.
Between the T-strap and side cut-outs, these are so ladylike.
Much better than using bobby pins.
Regular party pumps are black, holiday party pumps are black with gold toes.
Wear your hair up to let these stand out.
For Christmas-specific parties, mix these with red bracelets.
Long live Blair Waldorf.
Use it for adding texture to completely solid ensembles.
To avoid looking theme-y—or like Effie Trinket—only style these with neutrals.
An fast way to dress up a ponytail, braid or bun.
A simple necklace layering shortcut.