Put an Earring on It

Earrings that will draw eyes

 


Ear candy generally refers to music, but confections for the earlobes are exactly what these little beauties are.
 

In these select few examples of earrings, it’s obvious that the materials used can vary widely: Sunbursts of colored yarn and suede lend a casual but lavish look, while gold, turquoise or quartz suggest a quieter elegance. Simple studs or stylish drops are always a good idea to have on hand, and who would turn down a pair of diamond hoops? If Santa Baby didn’t hear you quite clearly enough, there’s always that backup plan of “treat yourself!” A pair of these would definitely fall into that category. 

 


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Tsavorite, diamond and chrysoprase earrings set in 22kt gold, $6,530 from Naifeh Fine Jewelry, OKC // Boheme Deco quartz earrings, $45 from Luxe Objects, OKC // 18kt gold turquoise lollipop earrings by Ippolita, $1,395 from BC Clark, OKC // Hand-textured 18kt gold studs from Marco Bicego’s Siviglia Collection, $530 from BC Clark, OKC
 



(clockwise from top left)

Kate Morris black druzy studs, $63 From Luxe Objects, OKC // Gaia Sunburst earrings, $125 from Gretta Sloane, OKC // Sonya Monique Goddess gold earrings in red suede, $150 from Gretta Sloane, OKC // Diamond hoops, $4,900 from Naifeh Fine Jewelry, OKC
 


 

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