Let's Start a Trend: Cover Your Ears With Some Vintage-Style Big Studs

Tell your ears to go big or go home.
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June 30, 2011
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shoppables, accessories, asos, topshop, studs, earrings, blu bijoux, max and chloe, rachel roy

Ever since Amy wrote about cool things to do with vintage clip-on earrings, I haven't been able to stop thinking about them. I've come across a few similar styles lately, maybe big stud earrings should have a comeback! I feel like there's something really amazing about wearing plain ol' jeans and a t-shirt and then BAM you have a giant faux coral hanging from your ear. Think about it! Here are the cutest–and cheapest–way to indulge in this mini-trend that isn't really a trend but I think it should be.

Octagonal Faceted Stone Stud Earrings $10.34, ASOS

A faceted black stone trimmed in gold seems so soap-opera villain! It's sort of adult goth but with sassier than anything else. To be worn with multiple black layers (and the pre-requisite Alexander Wang).

Blue Heart Stud $18, Rachel Roy

LOVE Rachel Roy's super cute geometric heart studs with a lil' diamond in the middle. Perfect to wear everyday with jeans and your casual wear.

Crackle Bead Surround Stud $20, Topshop

This Topshop pair is very vintage-looking, generally I recommend just buying vintage if you want vintage-looking, but for $20 bucks I say these are all alright. I imagine these with floral printed dresses or perhaps some linen pant & chambray shirt action.

Blu Bijoux Crystal Chain Round Earrings $32, Max and Chloe

I love the weirdly antique Roman feel in these earrings while at the same time there are heavy 90's Versace vibes emanating from them. Rock them with a post-tan white dress and gold shoes for a total decadent look that's still totally easy-going.