New Year’s Accessory Trend Alert: Ear Cuffs
December 19th, 2012 by Fashion Staff
Bold, glamorous, edgy, and even decadent. Just a few words that come to mind when we see a great pair of ear cuffs. It's the latest in accessory trends we at DivasandDorks are absolutely lusting over. It's the perfect accessory for versatile looks without all the pierced flesh drama. Not only is the ear cuff a haute accessory trend to try out for your new year's look, you can also get some great inspiration from celebs from the big screen, red carpet and runways below. Check out one of the early on show-stopping ear cuffs for a chic update to wearing hoop earrings, adorned on Pop diva - Rihanna ...
Rihanna, Costume Gala 2012
From runways like Chanel and Rodarte this is the trend that just won’t let up. Celebrities like Rihanna and Naomie Harris have worn the look on the red carpet and now you can easily incorporate the trend into your unique style.
Naomi Harris, Royal Premier of Skyfall
Chanel a/w 2012
While the ear cuff trend is certainly not new, it has made a huge comeback in 2012. Below are a few styles that you can wear day or night. Whether you want a understated look or are planning to make a statement, their are plenty of options to choose from. Going for bold, yet ethereal try this oversized style at ASOS.com, $14. 07.
If you want something a little more sweet and demure head over to Etsy where an abundance of charming ear cuffs live. Like these made to order ‘Love ear’ cuffs by MaggieMadeWithLove, $16.50.
The LitterSF ear frame, now $48.00 can increase the temperature of any outfit lacking oomph!
For a more glamourous look try the Stone Edge Ear Cuff, $18.00 (left); or the Double Curve Stone Ear Cuff, $30.00 (right) both at TopShop.
And if you want to treat yourself to something extra special this season, pick up these gold plated, Swarovski embellished cuffs by CA & LOU, $431.67 available at Colette.
Now that you've seen a variety of ear cuff options to suite any fashionista's style...which cuff trend are you looking forward to trying out first?