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Scream Pretty have embraced this trend with a selection of our own mismatched studs, and a growing collection of huggie hoops and chained studs.
Sophie Quy, buyer of fine jewellery at NET-A-PORTER says 'Pioneered by designers like Maria Tash, Anita Ko, and Yvonne Léon, there's no doubting that piercing is huge. This trend has led us to see a lot more single earrings, and earrings that can be worn alone or in multiples to create a beautiful delicate curated assortment in and around the ear.'
Maria Tash was the front runner of the tiny earring, multiple piercing trend, but it's been a runaway success with celebrities and fashion gurus, and now more and more of us are experimenting with extra piercings and diverse earring collections.
Scream Pretty have been thrilled by reviews for our affordable take on the trend. Here are some of the reviews from our notonthehighstreet.com store front, for our huggie hoops with clear stones.
Beautiful earrings, well made and great value
Perfect, just what I've been looking for. Maria Tash style without the price tag! Would love it if you'd make a rose gold version of these.
So pleased with these fab little earrings, the Maria Tash look but at a fraction of the cost. The earrings are quite small but this means they are perfect as an everyday 2nd hole earring. They are so perfect I'm thinking of buying another pair.
To create your own curated ear - first forget everything you ever knew about jewellery 'rules'. Earrings shouldn't be a pair, mismatched colours are fine, one shoulder grazing chandelier earring balanced with one tiny earring - nailed it! Why not even try an ear climber (fixes up the ear rather than down) and a huggie hoop in your helix piercing (upper ear)
A “curated ear” is for the woman who wants to show off her individuality, and bravery (some of these piercings hurt!) . The new rules of jewellery, be brave be different and have fun.
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