Did you know you can find famed jeweler Kendra Scott at Target? If you’re a fan of wearable elegance that can elevate everything from v-neck tops to cocktail dresses, you're going to want to shop these affordable, stylish pieces.
The Kendra Scott at Target line features necklaces, earrings, rings and more with genuine stones in 14-karat gold over brass. You can check it out in select Target stores or shop it all online. Better yet, everything is $70 or less — and the majority of the collection is less than $40.
Scott has long been known for supporting local communities through philanthropic efforts, and she continues that dedication with this Target line.
“We partnered with Target as they have a strong presence in our local communities, the place that matters the most to us," Kendra Scott said in a press release for Target. "Together, we’re introducing a quality, style-forward collection and celebrating both brands’ shared commitment to our communities.”
Ready to check it out? Take a look below at some of customers' top-rated pieces below.
The Eva Pendant Necklace is available in 10 different gemstone colors and is a dead ringer for the brand's iconic Elisa Necklace, at a fraction of the price.
"I adore how delicate the stone is, and also the bright turquoise color," shared one satisfied Target shopper. "It is easily worn as a choker style due to the slider mechanism, which is great for a casual, cool look. Same quality as regular Kendra."
Snatch up this gift set to give a special someone this Valentine's Day, or gift yourself the pair of gorgeous necklaces. The set includes the line's signature Emma Pendant with a simple gold chain. You can wear them together or each on their own.
Fans of the Emma line will be glad to know you can get a necklace, earrings, ring and even bracelet with your favorite gemstone — all at Target. This bracelet comes in four colors, including the popular Rose Quartz and Mother of Pearl. Wear it on its own or stacked with some of your other favorite Kendra Scott bracelets.
If you're looking for a dainty ring to add a subtle amount of sparkle and shine to your everyday looks, this is it. The downside is that it only comes in two sizes — 7 and 8 — so you may have to test it out on a few fingers to find which one it fits best.
This earring set feature's Kendra Scott's signature logo paired with a dainty white crystal stud. The studs feature 14K gold over brass, giving them a gorgeous, rich sheen — and making them a safer choice sensitive skin.
Kendra Scott's Iris Strand Necklace is another piece that features her pretty, geometric logo. And it comes in gold or silver, so you can choose your go-to metal to match the rest of your jewelry (maybe even the matching earring set!).
Hearts aren't just for lovers! Pick this heart-shaped pendant up before Valentine's Day, but wear it all year round. It comes in a range of six different pink, red and white gemstones, and you can wear it on its own or paired with other necklaces. "I don’t like big jewelry so this is perfect for me and it matches everything," shared one impressed Target reviewer. "Very well made. I never take it off for bed or shower and it hasn’t tarnished or anything. Love it!"
Wear your heart on your ears with these festive studs. They're small enough that they don't feel like costume jewelry, but big enough that everyone will surely give you compliments. (One reviewer shared that these petite studs are a little bit smaller that your average Advil tablet.)
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