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Erring on the side of simplistic ensembles, it’s no surprise that my wardrobe tends to be more minimalistic and monochromatic; only a few occasional pieces with heavy print or unexpected pops of color to add to the mix. Instead, I reach for accessories to adorn these otherwise, classic outfits. We all know statement earrings have been quite the trend this summer, and rightfully so. I too, have given in to purchasing a mix of earrings in heavy metals, adorned and bejeweled and some in the most beautiful of silhouettes. They truly are a piece of art for your earlobes.
It’s safe to say, we’ve all worn hoop earrings at some point in our youth, or perhaps even yesterday. And while the hoops that I wore were over-sized, usually complimented with a choker and a dark lip; these days, they tend to be of a smaller scale but nonetheless, statement-making all their own. A refined take on my youth in the 90s, I suppose. These 2 gold hoop earrings have become a staple in my wardrobe; their versatility ranging from a simple-tee and jeans to the perfect accessory for a summer wedding. And while I can’t be bothered to dedicate much time to doing my hair these, hot, summer months, usually opting for a low bun, or chignon, I simply throw on one of these gold hoops and my outfit is instantly elevated. The warmth of their 18k gold radiates around my face; an instant glow and one you don’t have to slather on. I especially love their hammered metal – texture in the smallest of details while the other set, a smooth and solid hoop demanding attention. Both earrings while the same style; add their own touch and aesthetic to an outfit. Perhaps that’s what I love about jewelry so much.
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