How to Wear Statement Earrings with Your Everyday Look

Level up your casual look with a pair of statement earrings.

Casual Look with Earrings and White Dress

You don’t have to wear anything flashy or catwalk-worthy when you are going to a group study, going grocery shopping, or simply running errands. However, it won’t hurt to add a tiny bit of a fashionable element to your look. You can choose to wear fashion rings or a bracelet, but we recommend wearing something catchier, something that will accentuate your facial features. Statement earrings are pieces that can make your outfit come to life. That said, we have listed down five ways to wear gorgeous statement earrings with your everyday look.

Add a pop of color to an all-white outfit.

Black Fashion Earrings in White Dress

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If you are one of those women who just love to wear plain white tops, you better get yourself a pair or two of gorgeous tassel earrings. This is to add a bit more flair to a rather plain look. Some may say that tassel earrings may be too much for a casual look, but we definitely do not believe that. These earrings are perfect for any occasion, any time of the day! Just like what Instagram fashion influencer, Irene Lara did; she wore a black pair on a hot sunny day.

Eternal Sparkles’ Pick

Jewel Floral Tassel Dangle Earrings in Blue

Jewel Floral Tassel Dangle Earrings in Blue

Accessorize a plain sweater.

Dangle Fashion Earrings in Plain Sweater

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Sweater season is definitely here! Whether you like it or not, you have to cover yourself up especially in the evenings when the air is too cold to bare. This Christmas, you can accessorize your “ugly sweater” with a pair of statement earrings. You can opt to wear drop earrings or hoops with bonbons or beads for added pizzazz. Don’t forget to match them with the colors of your sweater too, just as what fashion lover, Ashley Higgins, did.

Eternal Sparkles’ Pick

Threaded BonBon Beaded Tassel Earrings in Red

Threaded BonBon Beaded Tassel Earrings in Red

 Add a bit more feminity to a strappy jumpsuit.

Light Blue Pearl Dangle Fashion Earrings in Black Jumpsuit

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Jumpsuits give a playful, tomboyish vibe, rather than a feminine, flirty vibe. That said, accessorizing with a pair of lovely statement earrings can make the look softer and more elegant. Earrings with bright colors look especially gorgeous with dark-colored jumpsuits, as with what style and fitness buff, Jenna Pardini, wore with her strappy black culotte jumpsuit.

Eternal Sparkles’ Pick

Dainty Beaded BonBon Earrings in Gold

Dainty Beaded BonBon Earrings in Gold

Style a denim look with some sparkles.

White Perl Dangle Fashion Earring in Casual Jeans Wear

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A denim top or jacket and denim jeans can be too plain. Make it more fashionable by wearing pieces of jewelry such as fashion rings, a bangle, and a pair of sparkly statement earrings. Fashionista Nicole Levine wore a sparkly pair of drop earrings which complemented her bridal rings on her left hand. As with a jumpsuit, a denim look is made more feminine with a lovely pair of earrings.

Eternal Sparkles’ Pick

Sparkly Crystal Beaded Earrings in Smoke

Sparkly Crystal Beaded Earrings in Smoke

Liven up a monochrome outfit.

Hoop Fashion Earrings in Monochrome Wear

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Fashion minimalists love monochrome outfits. And although a monochromatic look is stylish in itself, it doesn’t hurt to add more accessories. Fashion influencer Ashley Higgins styled her look with a pair of statement hoop earrings and a wristwatch.

Eternal Sparkles’ Pick

Victorian Cutout Hoop Earrings in Antique Silver

Victorian Cutout Hoop Earrings in Antique Silver

Want to see more pairs of earrings? Feel free to check out the online store for more pieces!

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