When Two Become One
Layering is nothing new in the world of fashion, thing is the usual idea we have is throwing on a jacket or scarf on to change up an outfit. But what if you layered earrings? Like putting two pieces together to create a ‘brand new’ accessory or even to just give your outfit a little something. Well, here at the HQ we thought it would be an interesting little project to layer some earrings and the results may just shock you! So if you’re ready, keep reading and you might just find something new to keep you preoccupied over the weekend. The perfect trick to help spruce up your next outfit!
Pairing Number 1:
For this first look, we put together the Shea hoop earrings and the Roquetas black fringe to come up with this piece that I think is totally perfect for a (possibly romantic) dinner or even a fun night out! It’s got that fun get dainty feel to it making it a great balance for practically any occasion.
Just grab a pair of pliers, twist off the hooks on the black fringe earrings (carefully of course). After that, we removed some of the flowers from the hoop earrings then slid the fringe ones in the middle before putting the flowers back on to the hoops.
Pairing Number Two:
For the second paring, we decided to put the Alpi acrylic pair and the Machito earrings together. I think this is the perfect sort of combo to rock at the beach. It’ll definitely give your resort worthy ensembles a great pop of color.
We literally just hooked the tassel earring on to the Alpi to create this! Just make sure to tape the attached earring on to the main one to make sure it doesn’t fall off or anything. I suggest a tiny strip of electric tape to do the trick!
Pairing Number Three:
Again, we carefully removed the hook from the Roquetas fringe earrings and got a pair of statement stud earrings, put the stud through the tiny hole where the hook was removed and put the stopper on. It’s a good way to mix edgy and girly pieces together. Giving that outfit the perfect balance!
Pairing Number Four:
We used the Tandil fringe earrings and the Lilith danglers and removed the hook from the Tandil and use the stud of the Lilith to keep them both together. This is a bit more of girly and glam mixed up because of the color, the details and that tiny hint of bling of course.
Pairing Number Five:
Grab a pair of earrings – in this case a pair of Yarumal tiered fringe earrings – and again carefully remove the hooks from them. Put that aside and get your own stud earrings, for this look I got a pair of my floral diamond studs and attached the dangling earrings on to them. It’s a bit more on the simpler side and something that can definitely be used everyday!
Now, I think it’s about time to get crafty with this fab and fun DIY idea!