How to Style Earrings

How to Style Earrings

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Styling earrings can add an extra touch of sophistication to any outfit. We at Zariin love our earrings and make sure to make it a part of our daily dressing dressing or special outfits. They add to your personality, bring attention to your face and helps you achieve a more put together look. 

Here are some tips on how to style earrings and make the most of this accessory:

Consider the occasion: The occasion will determine the type of earrings you should wear. For example, for a formal event, it is best to choose simple and elegant studs, while for a casual outing, you can go for statement pieces.

classic hoop earrings

Complement your outfit: Choose earrings that complement your outfit. If your outfit has bold patterns or prints, it's best to choose simple and understated earrings. On the other hand, if your outfit is simple, you can opt for bold and eye-catching earrings.

kriti sanon in zariin statement earrings

Consider your face shape: Earrings can also be used to balance out your face shape. If you have a round face, you can go for long, dangling earrings to elongate your face. If you have a square face, you can choose hoop or circular earrings to soften the angles of your face.

statement gemstone earrings

Mix and match: You can also mix and match earrings to create a unique look. Try pairing different styles or colors of earrings to create an interesting contrast.

pearl stud earrings

Experiment with different materials: Don't be afraid to try different materials like metal, beads, or pearls. They can add texture and depth to your outfit like these enamel and pearl earrings. 

enamel stud earrings with pearls

Pay attention to your hair: If you have long hair, consider choosing earrings that will be visible through your hair. You can also experiment with different hairstyles to showcase your earrings.

earrings according to your hair

Remember, the key to styling earrings is to have fun and express your personal style.

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