The #earparty is well and alive.
We see adorned ears scrolling through our Instagram feed, with dainty sparkling clusters of earring studs. The curated stacked earrings set is not only elegant and stylish, it also gives a slightly rebellious and fun edge to anyone.
Wondering how to wear multiple earrings? We break it down for you, so you can personalise your own unique and super stylish combination. Here’s the low-down on how to stack earrings like a pro.
1. Go for tiny stud earrings
Delicate small stud earrings are your friend. They give enough space between the multiple ear piercings, which makes the stacked earrings look a lot more aesthetically pleasing.
The best option is to look for small solid gold studs, which are the perfect earrings for sensitive ears (none of that redness and itching). 14k solid gold earrings can be worn pretty much all day, every day.
Some of our team members have worn their Second Skin earrings to bed and into the shower, and because they are so tiny you don’t feel like you have them on at all.
2. Add a huggie earring into the mix
Huggie hoop earrings are super popular right now, and for good reason.
True to their name, they are small minimalist hoop earrings that “hug” the earlobe. They look great worn alone, and are so versatile when wearing with many other earrings. You can wear them on your lobe (second or third lobe too) and also on your helix piercing.
3. Think about colour
Nothing like a good coloured gemstone to really jazz up those bejewelled pierced ears. Adding some sparkly white sapphires also makes the ear party really pop.
They are great for anywhere in the ear - from the lobe, to the conch or helix.
4. Pair the dainty and the statement
If having multiple badass piercings is not adventurous enough for you, take it a step bolder with a statement earring into the line up. The large earring (usually hoops) is worn on the first ear piercing, then stacked up with smaller studs or even a huggie.
So we have rounded up our favourite pierced ears look here with loads of inspiration lineups, have a look through before you book that second (or third) piercing appointment.
I have no idea what my ring size is. How can I work it out?
We know it can be tough to order a ring online without trying it on. For detailed instructions on how to figure out your ring size, print out our Ring Size Guide. The diameter of rings and corresponding sizes are listed below.
I love necklace layering. How will I know how the necklace falls when I wear it?
We have the chain lengths on all our products (if any are missing, please drop us an email!). Additionally, you can refer to the necklace length guide below - perfect for your necklace layering needs.
If all else fails…
We’d be happy to facilitate an exchange! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assist you with it.