Ear Candy

Bigger is better when it comes to your earring selection this season.

Lauren Bell - January 2018

Ear Candy

Bigger is better when it comes to your earring selection this season.

Lauren Bell - January 2018


-Christopher Myers

1. Multi-color burst earrings ($195) at Sassanova. 

2. Magenta long tassel earrings ($58) at Becket Hitch. 

3. Layered multi-color tassel earrings ($52) at Sassanova. 

4. Rose gold wing earrings ($225) at Sassanova. 

5. Orange ball drop earrings ($18) at Brightside Boutique. 

6. Gold wood block earrings ($14) at Poppy and Stella. 

7. Aztec round beaded earrings ($14) at Poppy and Stella. 

8. Blue round tassel earrings ($18) at Brightside Boutique. 

9. Pink and and grey pom earrings ($18) at Brightside Boutique. 

10. Bright orange fringe earrings ($38) at Becket Hitch. 

11. Jeweled pink tassel earrings ($16.95) at Punch! 

12. Rose gold painted earrings ($74) at Trohv. 

13. Gold tassel earrings ($9.95) at Punch! 

14. Gold circle tassel earrings ($14) at Punch!





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