6 Earring Trends to Watch Out for


There’s a wide array of gender-neutral ear accessories to choose from in the fall/winter 2019-2020 collections.

There was certainly no shortage of glitz with the abundance of gems on almost everything.

Read on to see the best earring trends for the coming season.

1. Lengthy Earrings

Length was the distinctive feature of most of the earrings seen on the runway. Prabal Gurung created a pearl-studded chain of hoops with a pearl-studded tassel at its end. Louis Vuitton’s plastic feather earrings and had lengths that dusted the shoulders, while a pair from Loewe’s was made of leather and had a buckle on top, which made it look like a belt. The longest pairs came from the look book of Esteban Cortazar and extended to the knee.

2. Dainty Dangling

For those who find lengthy earrings over the top, dangly pairs might suit you better. The long, delicate silver earrings that have lightning on the top perfectly complimented the evening wear look book of Cushnie. Lemaire also went for silver drop-shaped, dangly earrings.

3. Ear Armor

One of the fiercest accessories for this season is the ear armour. These earrings cover most parts of the ear helix. Some were laced with pearls, while some were gold and wing-shaped. Gucci’s version is gold pieces moulded to fit the ears.

4. One Earring

Symmetry was ignored this season. Models rocked the runway with only one earring, and it was the most gender-neutral of all the trends.

Tory Burch still managed to add a touch of femininity to the trend with her gem-studded, elongated earrings.

5. Tassels

For those aiming for a boho vibe, tassels are the best option. Saint Laurent showcased tassels with beads, while Lanvin’s colourful tassels added fun to the black and white ensembles of the models. The most eye-catching tassels were seen during Stella McCartney’s show, which featured shoulder-dusting earrings made from paper clips.

 6. Rhinestone chandeliers

One of the most extravagant pairs of earrings seen on the runway were studded with rhinestones. Models from Paco Rabanne and Loewe sported large pairs covered with rhinestones.