Over the past few years the style landscape has changed. Rules don’t apply, we have a brakes off approach to fashion and it is so liberating. Fashion is no longer ‘boxed up’ in pairs and matching sets. It is no longer confined to a ‘decade’ or era. We are embracing the past, the now, the ‘whatever we want’.
Our jewellery styling habits are changing. Gold with silver is a given, necklaces become backlaces, bangles sit snugly on any part of our limbs and we adorn our ears with a confetti of trinkets and keepsakes. Things don’t have to match. So let’s embrace imbalance and work the single earring trend with aplomb.
Birgit Axters Solo Cuffs
If you want a subtle approach to the single earring trend then start with smaller cuffs and studs. We adore Birgit Axter’s collection of small twist cuff earrings.
This small delicate twist earring with a diameter of approx. 1.1 cm is perfect for everyday use. Beautiful on its own and perfect for stacking. The earring is set with either a moonstone, opal or green tourmaline surrounded by gold details, and is crafted in 9k solid gold.
AYA Jewell Sanyati Climber
This diamond crawler is designed to follow the curve of the earlobe for a modern sleek look. This is an investment piece for the grown up fashionista… a rebellious yet sophisticated approach to your ear curation.
Clio Saskia Sapphire Lizard Climber
The ultimate talking piece and a favourite here at Rockin, the lizard climber. Carved by hand, the body of the Lizard Ear Climber is made in 18K yellow gold, set with a stunning bright blue baguette sapphire.
Katiico Mali Drop
So when you are ready to drop the drama- go big, go bold, go bright. This luminous Drop is the perfect way to smash the solo earring trend. Wearing hair down creates a softer backdrop and a subtle peekaboo effect. For the ultimate wow factor, take the hair off your face and work the single statement like a boss.