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  • Top Tips

    • Getting proportions and scale right is key to a successful curation. Keep larger earrings for lobes and scatter tiny studs and huggies up the cartilage. 
    • Sticking to one metal colour will create a more luxe effect, but do play around with different coloured gemstones. 
    • Create a purposefully mixed-and-matched look by styling a variety of stud and hoop shapes together. Single earrings can be found at the likes of Otiumberg and Maria Tash. 

    The Curated Ear

    Once the reserve of punks and rockers, multi-piercings have moved away from their rebellious roots to become a more universal – not to mention luxurious – look. Thanks to the likes of New York jeweller Maria Tash, dainty studs and hoops creeping up the lobe are one of the chicest ways to elevate your jewellery game and add a sprinkling of diamond dazzle to your everyday look. The trick is to curate a stylish ensemble – here’s how. 

    Edited by Petro Words by Frankie

    Top Tips

    • When choosing studs, think about the back view and opt for styles with a flat or discreet butterfly. 
    • Solid gold earrings won’t tarnish over time (or if worn in the shower) and they needn’t cost a lot. Look to smart-price brands such as Mejuri and Astrid & Miyu. 
    • No piercing? No problem. Multi-loop hoops, ear cuffs and crawlers will give a pierced look. 



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