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Review: Fall Jewelry from Ash & Willow, Plus an Exclusive Discount Code!

Ash & Willow

For those Budget Babes who have been following religiously, you may remember my jewelry review a few months back for Ash & Willow, a site filled with unique accessories all under $40. I had the pleasure of recently receiving another set of unique pieces to enjoy and share with you lovely readers! Thankfully I have positive feedback and can confidently say that Ash & Willow might be the perfect source for a new fall piece or two from their fall line. Keep reading for my review, plus an exclusive coupon code for BB readers!

Ash & Willow jewelry review

Bow Cuff Bracelet $14
I love bangle bracelets, but I’ve always had a hard time wearing them because they tend to slip off my small wrists and hands. This partial cuff resembles this style, with the bonus of a chain closure for a more secure hold while staying delicate and dainty along with the tiny bow. Certainly a versatile piece for going fancy or informal.

Ash & Willow jewelry review

Boho Blues Necklace $28
Bright, bold, colorful cords and gold accents are fitting for a tribal style this fall. The magnetic closure makes for easy adornment. I found it was a little more overwhelming in size than I expected and was hard to pair with most of my wardrobe, but I really wanted to step away from my usual simplicity with necklaces! And I’m glad I did. I’d say it accomplishes the guise of a statement necklace without the jewels and chain.

Ash & Willow jewelry review

Fleur Ring Set $16
Sets of rings are pleasingly decorative, especially when there is a mixture of styles that work in unison like this one! It was nice that the fleur and double banded statement rings were adjustable, so they can be wearable on any finger you like. The size of the single band is 5.5, which was a little small for my pointer, middle, or ring finger since I’m usually a size 7. This set also comes in gold.

These are just a few of many pleasurable pieces in Ash & Willow’s new fall line. It is laden with differentiated collections, like “Gold Rush” or “Truly Tribal” or “All That Glitters” so you can shop for exactly what you’re seeking to help jazz up your look! Use coupon code BBABES15 to get 15% off your order. (Good through the end of September 2014.) Happy shopping!

Disclosure: We received the jewelry reviewed in this post free of charge; the decision to write this review and all opinions expressed are our own.
Pretty jewelry! Love that necklace!
#1 Mel (Homepage) on 2014-09-11 21:12 (Reply)
I love you and your blog, but can you get rid of the auto-playing video ads? It's honestly kind of annoying and makes me just want to click out everytime.
#2 Kellie Harrison (Homepage) on 2014-09-11 22:26 (Reply)
Hi Kellie,
Thanks for the honest feedback, I'm looking into a fix for this now. Thank you for your patience as I get this resolved! -Dianna
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2014-09-12 10:05 (Reply)
Ditto on those irritating ads! There should be someway to turn them off!
#2.1.1 margot on 2014-09-12 19:30 (Reply)
Hi Margot and Kellie,
I'm sorry about the annoying ads, I've asked that the autoplay ads be removed - you shouldn't see autoplay anymore UNLESS you mouse over the ad. Let me know if this fixes the problem. You might still see some at first as they could be cached on the ad servers but this should be resolved within a few hours. Thanks!
# The Budget Babe on 2014-09-12 21:44 (Reply)
Great post. I love that necklace. I think I'll have to check them out!
#3 Jennifer Tyree (Homepage) on 2014-09-11 22:47 (Reply)
Love that necklace is a fantastic one , but also love the manicure which seems to be a stunning one...
#4 Clara (Homepage) on 2014-09-15 08:19 (Reply)
Thank you Clara! The nail polish is from Julep if you're interested :-)
#4.1 Kailan Kalina on 2014-09-17 10:11 (Reply)
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