Loved Meghan Markle’s $3,790 gold leaf earrings? Nordstrom’s sold-out $35 lookalikes are back in stock

Meghan Markle‘s gorgeous gold leaf earrings by ethical jeweler Pippa Small have long been sold out, and Nordstrom’s perfect lookalikes, which cost just $35, were soon a sellout success, too.

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But we have some great news: Nordstrom‘s budget-friendly brushed gold teardrop earrings, which are strikingly similar to Duchess Meghan’s $3,790 handcrafted pair, are now back in stock!

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Large Brushed Teardrop Earrings, $35, Nordstrom

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The earrings are just like the royal’s designer look, and have earned a 4.7-star out of five rating from Nordstrom shoppers.

THE ORIGINAL: Pippa Small’s ethical handmade gold earrings, priced at $3,790, are now sold out

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“Expensive looking & comfortable,” wrote one five-star reviewer. “I’ve been looking for this style earring, without the heaviness I usually find. These are lightweight and good quality! Hard to find both! These are exactly what I needed…an artistic look with a light feeling on my ear lobes. Perfect!”

Another shopper raved, “Love these earrings. They look great with everything and don’t weigh down your ears.”

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Meghan made a fashion splash when she paired her Pippa Small earrings with a green dress by Jason Wu during the 2018 royal tour of Fiji alongside husband Prince Harry. 

The Duchess has chosen Pippa Small jewelry on many high-profile royal occasions, from Wimbledon to Princess Eugenie’s wedding.

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