A surprising asymmetrical style has been popping up on runways–a single earring! The models on Céline and Louis Vuitton 2014 fall/winter runway shows wore single earring coincidentally. Compared to the traditional exquisite and feminine earrings, the earrings the model wore have a kind of rugged beauty. Men’s style firmly occupied the 2014 fall/winter runways. Now, let’s learn to wear single earring from the female stars.
Céline 2104 F/W RTW
Louis Vuitton 2014 F/W RTW
Tassel earrings can easily catch the eyes of people. There are many kinds of tassel earrings. Usually, they look exaggerated and colorful. If you intend to wear a dramatic and eye-catching tassel earring to a party, keep your dress simple. Since the tassel earrings is eye-catching enough. While out promoting Resident Evil: Afterlife 2D, the model and actress Milla Jovovich accessorized her messy side bun with a standout gold Chanel dangler. She looked super elegant and feminine.
Of all ball shaped earrings, pearl earrings are the most common seen. The feminine ball shaped earrings are your best accessories if you are dressed in a sophisticated beaded formal dress. The simple but elegant ball shaped earrings would not grab the limelight of your evening dress. France actress Marion Cotillard has both superior acting skill and wonderful fashion tastes. She appeared on the MET GALA red carpet with a navy blue deep V neck dress. She deliberately chose a spherical diamond earring to match with her dress. View similar navy blue prom dresses here.
Pointed earrings are unacceptable for many people. However, they have great attraction for those avant-garde girls. Angelina Jolie wore an Atelier Versace gown to the Maleficent premiere that mirrors the aesthetic of her alluringly dark magical character—paired with a bold single earring. We love when Jolie gets back to her gothic roots.
Do earrings have to be worn in pairs? The answer is no! Show your unique fashion style with single earring this fall! See the newly launched fall 2014 dress collection at Luna Dress.