Have you ever worn a single earring or tried to mismatch a pair? Intentionally I mean - losing your stud after it got stuck in your snuggly wool jumper doesn't count... I've asked a few of my favorite bloggers and stylists how to create an ear game that will make others say "I 'ear you". 

 

Kieley -  @style_is_golden_ - jewelry fanatic

"Experiment with studs of different sizes and shapes to compliment different parts of the ear."

Benjamin G. Guttery - @thirdcoastgems - GIA certified jewelry storyteller

"I love a strong ear game. Creating a daily ear stack, or one for a night out can be easy. The perfect daily look for me would a larger raw gem stud (from Gardens of the Sun, Variance Objects, or your favorite designer) in your lobes, an enamel cuffling (or three) from Marla Aaron, with a faceted gem or diamond stud in your cartilage. In the evening, take out the top and bottom and add a mismatched pair of chandelier earrings from Margery Hirschey or two different single gemmy strand/drop earrings from Irene Neuwirth."

Sophie - Made of Jewelry - jewelry blogger

"If you have thread earrings, you can wear just one and leave your other ear bare or go with a tiny sparkling stud. Look for a similar element to keep it sweet and delicate. Want to go big and attract the attention with a bold piece? Go for a statement earring."

Jen Schmidt- DIY Glamour - fashion blogger

"When wearing mismatched earrings, make one long and one short. Then clip your hair up on the side with the short earring for a more dramatic look."

 

Megan Love - Style on Cue - Fashion Stylist 

 

"Create a chic look sporting only one earring although the trick is to go grand. Pick an embellished earring or ear cuff, to be bold and make a statement. I picture rocking this look with street style cred, hair pulled back, biker jacket thrown over your shoulders."

 

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