The humble hoop earring–you can dress it up, dress it down; it’s classic but adapts easily to trends; there’s always a version that fits one’s age and style leanings. A handful of hoop earrings picks to follow…
These tiny hoops have beautiful rhinestone accents, and come in three colors: rose-goldtone, silvertone, and goldtone. The accents are actually Swarovski crystals, so they’re very high quality, and perfectly mimic the shine and sparkle of real diamonds.
Kate Spade is known for making ultra-feminine pieces that still remain elegant and not overly prissy. These bright pink half hoops are gold-plated and resin. They also come in a cheery yellow color–perfect for adding a little color during gray January days.
Aren’t these hoops unusual? They’re sort of art deco-inspired with the cluster of geometric shapes on each hoop. Wear to an evening event with your hair up to really show off the sparkle.
Bellissima Tapered Hoops – $28
Tortoise-shell! Loving the tortoise shell trend, and these simple hoops are a fun way to incorporate it without spending too much. Great for casual weekends.
Carolee makes great jewelry at an affordable price point. Most of the pieces have exquisite detailing that makes them look vintage or heirloom. These goldtone mixed metal hoops have rhinestone accents and feature a leaf design. Just beautiful and elegant.
If your style has a harder edge, these hematite (gunmetal) tone hoops may be right up your alley. Clusters of octagon-shaped beads surround a mesh hoop. Great price point on these babies, too.
Heart Hoop Earrings – $44
These elegant and fun heart hoop earrings are made of 14k yellow gold filled wire (but also available in rose gold, white gold, or sterling silver), and available on Etsy from BlueWaveJewelry. Proprietor Linda Rothbart creates her amazing pieces in Chicago. She guarantees that these hoops are lightweight and comfortable. We love supporting independent artists here at full clutch.
Small Copper Hoops – $45
How amazing are these copper hoops from Etsy shop jenkahn? Artist Jennifer Kahn uses a “Flame-patina, which is a spontaneous process and allows for an array of red/orange colors patterns, no two are exactly alike.” These beautiful hoops are perfect for everyday wear, and actually come in other sizes if you prefer. Plus, her shop has a great selection of truly unique pieces.