Right now statement earrings are huge, and they’re better than ever. I’m not typically much of an earring wearer, but lately I’ve been wearing them a lot because they’re just so fun, and instantly add a bit of personality to any outfit.
I think a lot of people are scared to try them, so today I want to share a few tips for wearing them, all the hairstyles that work well with them, and of course a few of my favorites from around the web.
Different Ways to Style Your Statement Earrings
- Style with Solids. I think the prettiest combination is a solid colored dress or top with a pair of statement earrings, like this or this. Try this styling with the really bold pairs, like this one.
- Make a Statement. Try a bright pair of earrings with bold stripes like this, this, or this, or large gold statement earrings with a graphic tee like this. The bold on bold creates a really striking combo.
- Go Subtle. Try a feminine beaded pair like this one or this one with subtle patterns, like soft florals or other subtle prints.
- Dress up your Basics. Adding a statement earring to a really basic look, like this, is the perfect way to add some personality. It’s the perfect way to bring a pop of color and interest to any basic jeans and tee look.
What Kind of Hair Styles Work with Statement Earrings?
The answer is ANYTHING!
If you have short hair (here & here), super short hair, medium hair, bangs — it all works. You can also wear them with up-do’s: messy buns, top knots, sleek ponytails, braids. Honestly, anything goes. The key to wearing them is to be confident!
I find that the best way for me to feel confident wearing a bold trend like this is to wear an outfit I feel really confident and comfortable in.
*TIP! If you’re wearing your hair down, tuck your hair behind one ear to show off those earrings without too much attention.
My Favorite Statement Earrings
And now for some of my favorites! I rounded up a few in the collage below, and even more in the widget at the bottom of the post.
All of the images in the collage are clickable, or you can reference the numbers below the image.