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Look for Less: Rebecca de Ravenel Bonbon Earrings

Rebecca de Ravenel Bonbon silk corded ball drop earrings look for less knockoff dupe at Baublebar
Ok, by now you've seen these ball drop earrings everywhere. But wow are they fabulous and perfect for the holidays! I've rounded up quite a few ways to get the look for less depending on what you're looking for (and how much you're willing to spend).

The designer who made these earrings famous is Rebecca de Ravenel. Her silk-corded baubles are affectionately called "bonbons." Drop that tasty fact at your next holiday party.

How will you wear them? Look to my girl Rosie Clayton on Instagram for inspiration. She has at least 5 pairs that I've counted and wears them with just about everything. Les Bonbons queen!

I own this set, gifted to me courtesy of Sugarfix by Baublebar. The duo is just $20 at! I can say these look lovely up close in person and dangle nicely. The packaging is gorgeous too which makes this set perfect for gifting.

Also, swing by T.J.Maxx or Marshall's - they have this style earring under $25 as well.

LOOK: Rebecca de Ravenel Silk Corded Clip Earrings (6 colors), $295 at

LESS: Baublebar Criselda Shoulder Duster Ball Earrings (3 colors), $28.80 (down from $40) at

Kohl's has some cute ones too! And I got some cute gold knock-offs from Amazon!
#1 Jennifer DeRoy on 2017-11-22 10:24 (Reply)
I didn't think to check Kohl's, thanks for the tip!
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2017-11-23 11:06 (Reply)
Walmart also has ball-drop earrings and I recently got several colors on clearance for $1 each! They were only $4 a pair to begin with and they have other trendy styles like beads and tassels.
#2 Caitlin on 2018-01-24 11:38 (Reply)
I saw the beaded tassel earrings on Instagram but didn't realize they had the ball-drop earrings, too. Gotta get to Walmart!
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2018-01-25 07:38 (Reply)
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