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For Celebrities, Mixing and Mismatching Earrings Continues to Trend

Huggies with charms seem to be especially popular.

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Ashley Roberts out in London wearing a mix of different earrings. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.
Ashley Roberts out in London wearing a mix of different earrings. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

THE EAR PARTY continues as women start dressing to go out again. Mixing and mismatching has evolved into the “anything goes” category — from colors of metal to design styles, from studs to huggies with charms like the ones Ashley Roberts is wearing (pictured here out and about in London). We suggest huggies with a drop pendant and different styles of studs with baguette and round diamonds. It’s a look that will keep your customers in style for a long time to come.

Michelle Fantaci 14K keyhole huggies

Michelle Fantaci

14K keyhole huggies with diamond pavé hoops and diamond keyhole baguette and round dangles.

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$1,785

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Borgioni 18K gold pavé mixed cut diamond ball stud earrings.

Borgioni

18K gold pavé mixed cut diamond ball stud earrings.

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$10,920

Alex Fitz All Day earrings

Alex Fitz

All Day earrings in recycled 18K yellow gold with ethically sourced princess, round and baguette diamonds.

alexfitz.com

$2,905

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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