...is popping up everywhere - and it has a lot to say.
I first took note of this look when I saw the "Lone Star" feature in the June 2014 issue of Vogue; Emily Holt is shown wearing a single brass earring by Celine. As I continue to see this look in fashion editorials and ads, I'm predicting that the one earring - or mix and match earring look - is here to stay through Fall.
Emma Watson wears a Delfina Delettrez Pearl Earring with a simple, lady-like LBD (Little Black Dress). We at CocoVee especially love this look, because we are all Pearl Girls!
This Turtle Neck look is another perfect example of what to wear with a statement earring (the one shown is by Louis Vuitton) – or earrings – because it's a monotone, classic piece; you don't want your outfit to make too much of a statement, as well – let your earring (s) do all of the talking.
The key to this look is to mix and match large and small – like a hoop or a chandelier on one ear and a post earring on the other. Above are 6 gorgeous examples of earrings - all sold as a pair that can be worn on just one ear and mixed and matched with another.
top, left to right
Baroque Pearl Octopus
& Peridot Cluster Earring with Pearls by Scully and Scully
Banana Republic Floral Chandelier
bottom, left to right
Orange and Walnut by Delfina Delettrez
American Apparel Double Ram Hoop
Dolce and Gabbana Enamel Clip-On
At CocoVee, our earring selection is always refreshing itself. Since we pride ourselves in carrying both classic and unique pieces to choose from, you will surely find more than one option to make a Statement.
In this Etre Cecile ad, notice the lovely young model (on the left) with a single pearl Statement Earring? The solitary pearl is the first thing I notice when I see this photo - which means only one thing: a statement is exactly what this Statement Earring is making.