Lena Cohen’s Fave Luxury Piercing Combinations | Ear Stack Ideas
How to wear different stacks and combinations of cartilage earrings What piercings go well together?
Multiple piercings are well and truly a regular thing now, but sometimes knowing the best combinations and layering ideas can still feel a little complicated and sometimes daunting. As the saying goes, one photo is better than a thousand words. Therefore, we created a photo gallery in which you will find ear stack ideas and inspiration for your next multiple ear piercing combination!
What are Huggie clickers?
Huggies are little hoop earrings that ‘hug’ the earlobe or cartilage. They have a lever back meaning the curved back of the earring simply clicks into place.
What are ear stacks?
Ear stacking is curating your own look, and combining huggies, hoop clickers, charms, studs and barbells to create a unique vibe. Because of the multiple piercings in place, everyone’s become fixated with how best to style them up. Fashionistas spend many an hour searching Pinterest and other social platforms for stacking and layering their gold hoops and piercings, and save Instagram images for inspiration. Which is a great way to learn your likes and dislikes. But, we believe that WE are all individuals and we should follow our own preference and style. A good rule to follow is to get to know the shape of your ear and experiment (preferably with costume jewellery) using different hoops, studs to find the right balance for you. Once you’ve found your style treat yourself to the luxury piercings made from gold you’ve always wanted. It’s as simple as that!
If you appreciate a delicate approach, mini hoops and studs are your saviour. Perfectly teamed up with ant jewellery, mini earrings are your one-way ticket to an edgy organised ear or a minimal standalone statement.
So, when you next see dreamy images of beautifully styled ears with multiple piercings on your Pinterest feeds, but don’t know where to find these babies, check out British jewellery designer Lena Cohen website, her designs are what the 21st century is shouting out for.
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