I want to preface this post by saying that I am not compensated by Ana Luisa whatsoever for this post. All of their products that I own have been purchased with my own money.
Hi We have seen the ads for Ana Luisa jewelry on influencers everywhere. They are on YouTube, and on Instagram. Their jewelry is on trend, and their brand is to accomplish complete carbon neutrality. If you browse their website, you can see that the pieces are cute and on trend. They have layerable chains, and of course my personal favorite, their bold rope ring that gives me all of the croissant vibes. Everything is hypoallergenic, which means if you have sensitive skin like yours truly, than you don’t have to worry about it turning your fingers green. Because you know that’s the worst.
That said, the price tag is pretty good for jewelry. Most pieces range from $39 – $115. Many of the pieces are gold plated over brass/sterling silver, but they are slowly expanding to more silver styles (which is good because your girl loves her silver pieces).
So, enough talk. Is Ana Luisa jewelry actually worth it?
I would say so.
Currently, my Ana Luisa collection consists of a few rings, two pairs of earrings, and a few necklaces. And, my collection is growing. I currently have a package from them on the way in which I took advantage of their buy one get one forty percent off sale.
As I mentioned earlier, I am mostly a silver gal. But, I can’t help but be drawn to their pieces to the point where I can not resist them. Currently, my favorite pieces are the joy necklace, the rope bold ring, the Everly band ring, and the zeta ring. I have them in my jewelry rotation, and I am so happy that I pulled the trigger on them. So far, the plating has been pretty good and the pieces mesh really well. One of the things I am highly allergic to is rings that are not sterling silver or real gold. However, these rings don’t turn my finger green, which is a blessing.
I also have a few pairs of their earrings, including the Paris twisted hoop earrings and the silver huggies. I love both pairs, and like the rings, they don’t bother my ears. I will admit that while the Paris earrings are beautiful, they are a little on the heavy side. All of the earrings do not bother my ears as well.
Overall, I am blown away with both the quality and the mission of Ana Luisa as a brand and as a product. It is hard these days to find quality jewelry pieces that not only will last but also will not break the bank. Ana Luisa’s pieces are pretty affordable as it is, but they do have sales throughout the year to make it even more affordable. And, by signing up for their Club Ana Luisa program, you can build up points for future purchases. I used my points to get a ring for only $6.
So, to answer the question, are they worth the hype? Absolutely one hundred percent.