How to play around with earrings
In our newest I.Ma.Gi.N. collection, you can find all kinds of earrings in different shapes. You may have the intention to buy the same earrings, so you are sure they match. But actually, you don’t have to do that. You can mix and match without looking like someone who accidentally took the wrong earrings while rushing true the morning To make it a little bit easier for you, we will show you some different options. Get inspired by the multiple choices and start playing around with your earrings.
We think that a lot of you, don’t know the two options you have if you have these earrings in your jewelry box. The overall look is very chic and fancy, ideal for the holidays or to give your outfit that extra classy touch. Keep your clothes neutral and make a statement with the earrings. Do you prefer to keep it more minimalistic? We got your back. Some days you just want to go for a more casual look, and that’s why we created this extra option.You can take off the shiny circle and only wear the small earring as an accessory. Choose the look that fits your mood. It’s easy like that :)
You can go as crazy as you want in combining different shapes. As you can see, a moon and star aren’t strange at all. A lot of shapes can surprisingly result in a perfect match. And don’t be afraid to go for some color in your accessory use. Even with pink, you never can go wrong. If you are scared of the Barbie look, just keep it small and mix and match with a rosé earring. You don’t have to wear both of the same pink earrings to make it work. Try to combine different ones, and be amazed by how well they match together.
We discovered that combining different earrings works but be careful with mixing different materials. For example, a rosé one on your right ear and a gold one on your left ear. In some cases, it may work, but more often, it will confuse people. So we think you better try to match different shapes and stone colors rather than the original material color.
We hope you got inspired by this new post. Take a (little) step back from the classy, traditional use and try the mix and match trend out. Good luck with it