This season designers insistently recommend wearing different earrings. Let’s see what that means and how to apply this trend correctly.
It looks like this year designers really took care of those who tend to lose one earring every time – at a party, in a cab or in a jewelry box. Such brands as Celine, Chanel and Lanvin say “don’t worry” and offer to mix a single earring with a different one. They even don’t have to be similar – in size, color or length, it should be obvious that they are not a couple.
Ready to go sets of mismatching earrings are found in spring-summer collections of Lanvin, Isabel Marant and Chanel. Mass market is catching up. You can see totally different pairs of earrings as well as ones that look kind of similar but designed in reversed colors or unsymmetrical or with some extra elements. The last version might be really good for those who don’t want to look too extravagant but be in trend.
Next season it’s going to be even easier – some designers offer not to look for a pair and wear a single earring.
So obviously there are no rules in these new trends, but on the other hand it seems that a single tiny stud earring might go unnoticed. If you really want to be recognized as a person who follows latest trends – choose massive earrings to wear as a single one. A long or a colorful earring will also look great.
It also seems that wearing single earring gives more options to mix and match it with other jewelry, even if the earring itself is massive and noticeable. It might be a great idea to walk you whole jewelry kit out, although with only one earring. It could be a combination of an earring and a ring or an earring with a bracelet from one kit. It also gives space to mix the earring with totally different rings and bracelets. If you go for it make sure that the ring or bracelet are on the other side’s hand than your earring – if your single earring is on your right side, than the ring or the bracelet go on the left hand. This way the whole image of you will look balanced and complete.
About the author
My name in Natalie Pro, I’m a founder of BeYindi.com – an online silver jewelry store. I love jewelry and I love to travel. This is my first online project which I started after my travel tour around more than 60 countries. With my silver jewelry I want to share my personal experience and show people how beautiful and different our world is. The word “yindi” means “happy” in Thai language and the message of my project is to make people happy.
In my online collection it is easy to find the earrings that you’ll love from the first sight – from classy hoops to delicate silver lace drops and fabulous chandeliers.