The finishing touch to any outfit. ;)
As you may have seen in my vanity tour, I have hoarded a LOT of earring over the last few years.
Mind that I have been keeping most of my earring purchases for years.
I find that earring makes or breaks a look. So, I let myself have options.
Besides, the more classic pieces never really go out of fashion.
In this part of my earring collection, I'm going to show you some of my favorite pairs from the ones hanging on this sack.
I find this best at organizing my earrings and it didn't cost me a penny!
The sack was from a ground coffee packaging. It's over a plastic cup that we weren't using.
This side has my more "fun" pieces. They tend to be on the outrageous side ;)
This hefty rose statement earring is made out of acrylic and paint. That makes it super light weight for its size.
This fun girl earring has seen better days. But I still keep it because it was a gift from a Korean student.
I love pearls or mother-of-pearls. This tiny rose dangling accent earring is made of abalone.
This "hot" chili earring is a souvenir from a trip to Bicol.
It's made of light weight plastic that's painted over.
Such a novelty! I'm sure I'll find the perfect even to wear this one :)
This is the other side of the bag that contains a lot of my classic and smaller earrings.
It has some of my staple earrings.
I'll talk about the bigger pieces and then the smaller ones.
Another mother-of-pearl! I got this from Cebu, I think.
It's one of my night out statement earrings.
It glows like the sun when it catches the light!
This is a night out staple!
I got this when I was working in Ortigas.
It's metal hoop earrings with a twist ;)
It reminds me of the House of Harlow designs with it's pointy end.
It was purchased in Cebu and was a gift from my mom.
Another Cebu pasalubong! This time, it's from a friend.
Cebu has a lot of pearl earrings.
I always get lovely earrings from friends and family who fly in from Cebu.
This tiny pink piece has a lot of memories.
It's the first earrings I've ever purchased on my own.
I got this when I was in college.
This cluster of tiny rice pearls is a gift from a friend.
I forgot where this was from, but it's not from the city.
If in doubt, I gravitate towards this. Or the one below.
This is one of my most favorite earrings of all time.
This is such a classic drop pearl earrings that has a vintage feel to it from the hardware.
It's a classic with a twist. :)
Stay tuned for part 2!