Break The Rules and Wear Two Different Earrings
"Don't mix black and navy." "Don't wear white after labor day." "Always make sure your shoes match your dress." These are all rules that you should immediately throw out the window. If there's anything we've learned from the amazing street style stars we've followed season after season, it's that the chicest fashion rule is not to follow one.
Case in point: mix-and-match earrings. We saw this trend on the runways at Kenzo, Roberto Cavalli, Marni, and even more buttoned brands like Oscar de la Renta. Translation: we know it's cool.
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Thanks to some of our favorite contemporary jewelers, you can afford to test this trend. Shop our favorite styles, below.
Gold Plated Pearl Drop Earrings
New comer Alighieri is gaining traction thanks to Net-a-Porter's fashion director Lisa Aiken picking up the collection for the e-tailer. Each piece is inspired by one of the 100 poems from Dante Alighieri’s ‘Divine Comedy’
Polished Gold Brass Daisy Earrings
It's not surprising designer Jonathan Anderson jumped on the mix-and-match earring trend. This designer has been playing with proportions, shapes and colors forever.
Tourmaline and Labradorite Stud Earrings
"As a designer inspired by nature, I feel a responsibility to protect it," says Melissa Joy Manning. These earrings are handmade from sustainably sourced 14-karat gold, and set with 1.20 carats of labradorite and 2 carats of pink tourmaline.
Clip On Earrings
Mix silver and gold (and two different sizes) with these French-girl approved earrings.
Fresh Water Baroque Pearl Hoop Earrings
These earrings are inspired by the fruit found on Japanese pagoda trees. Delicious!
White Bronze Gold Tone Silver Earrings
Inspired by Dame Barbara Hepworth's sculptures, these earrings are truly a work of art.
Convertable Ball Chain Mini Hoop Earrings
The 3 ball chains are interchangeable so you can create a fun look that's totally unique.