Have you ever heard of a earparty? A earparty has become a real concept. Nowadays you not only see the classic piercing in your earlobe, but there is also a helix piercing, a button in the tragus or just multiple piercings. So the question is, how to style a earparty?
What is a earparty?
A earparty is when you wear a lot of earrings in your ear. That also can be on other places then our usual piercings. What is a helix piercing? That is a piercing in the top part of your ear, in the cartilage. I already had that when I was 19 but it hurted like hell so I let it grow closed again. What is a piercing in your tragus? Your tragus is the part just outside your ear on the side of your face.
When I still had a helix piercing, I only wore creoles in my ears. Five in each ear, from huge to small. I still like that. I still wear that, well not exactly. I have four piercings in each ear and in the top I always were a small button and in the other three small loop earrings. Or I wear in the first one statement earrings. I was allowed to choose some jewellery from Isabel Bernard.
A elegant look with lot’s of piercings
Isabel Bernard also sells golden women rings. I was doubting for a beautiful ring but decided that I always wear earrings and that would be a better choice. Aint I sensible! I really have to organize my earrings. They are all in one box and when I want to wear a pair, I never can find the pair I had in mind! How have you organised your earrings? Please let me know! I have almost only statement ones, so they need some space really.
So I thought, let’s not do creoles but something completely different. A bit more refined, a bit more chic. These golden bars are perfect for an earparty my style. I can still wear statement earrings and it still would not look to much. If you are looking for beautiful gold jewellery, then visit the Isabel Bernard site for inspiration. Also for great gifts! And with the holidays approaching very fast, that’s a good tip!
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