Every woman should have at least one pair of traditional hoop earrings in her jewelry arsenal. If you are limited on budget or just want to keep it simple, classic hoops can take your wardrobe a long way and are perfect for a casual or dressier look.
The classic everyday hoop gets a little revving up with the Pure Sterling Silver Chunky Hoop Earrings. Handmade in Thailand, these chunky textured hoop earrings have a smooth sterling front with oxidized sidewalls for an antique look.
Designers at the Milan Spring and Summer runways unveiled exciting organic metal and gemstone earrings in rich dark hues. Abstract gunmetal hoops and round stones set in heavy metal adorned the ears of the Bottega Veneta models. Gucci showed an even edgier look in the current “industrial tribal” fashion. We translated the trends and brought you a few styles in the look of the season.
Edward Mirell designed these substantial Black Titanium Cable and Platinum Hoop Earrings.
Full Moon earrings by Novica artisan in silver and cow horn are in tribal fashion.
Sterling silver arcs create the look of a boomerang in these hoop earrings from Thai designer Wararat Supasirisuk.
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Turquoise, the top color pick for 2010, has been a mainstay for jewelry lovers around the world. Silver or gold settings with small or large turquoise stones are undeniably beautiful and compliment many styles. Turquoise has such a powerful look it only takes a touch to brighten an outfit.
Earrings are a terrific way to show off your stones. Our top picks for turquoise hoop earrings are below. Pair them with an all white or all black outfit for a dramatic effect.
Thai chic inspired “Blue Shower” chandelier hoop earring from Matta, a National Geographic Novica artisan. Reconstituted turquoise spheres hang from glistening stainless steel hoops.
National Geographic Novica featured artisan Neeru Goel created this two-tier cascade of reconstituted turquoise which dangle from sterling silver hoops.