Hoop earrings are one of the oldest jewelry designs known to man and date back as early as 2500 B.C. They gained popularity in Ancient Egyptian cultures until eventually, hoops were adopted globally by an array of cultures. It is safe to say that hoop earrings stand the test of time. Fun Fact: Tiny hoops that sit close to the ear are called Huggies, named after the way they “hug” the lobe.
Characterized by long, elegant movement, chandelier earrings are among our most dramatic offerings. These earrings often incorporate bright, white diamonds that are reminiscent of the tiny lights of a chandelier.
Clocking in at 3” inches or longer, duster earrings are defined as long, slim earrings that graze the shoulder. Duster earrings were made popular in the 1920s at the height of the art deco period and had a major renaissance.
Remember the first time you got your ears pierced? Those perfect little earrings sit flush on the ear with a sturdy post — that is, a stud. Fast forward to 2021, and studs come in an endless array of colors and shapes and can incorporate personal elements like birthstones. Mix and match for the ultimate studs styling moment.