6 Ways To Wear Fashion’s Favourite Spring Trend: Ear Accessories

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    The new spring 2015 trend we’re totally loving right now? Ear accessories. And we’re not the only ones. Keira Knightley took this trend to the red carpet at this year’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, rocking a super-sparkler that incredibly managed to outshine that beautiful Erdem gown.

    In the fashion, world sassy street-stylers have long been championing this trend, updating their off-duty outfits with a whopping piece of ear candy or two, as have high-end designers, with our favourite styles coming from Dior, where ultra-cool, mis-match styles made their way into the new SS15 collection.

    And we’re not just talking about your everyday earrings for the new-season. No, spring calls for something far more statement, and we’re on hand to give you a few top tips of exactly how to take on this tricky trend.

    The good news? It’s easier to wear than you might think. Pretty much anything goes style-wise. There’s just one thing to bear in mind when selecting your piece of bling – bigger is definitely better.

    So what styles to go for? Check out our top tips of exactly how to nail this trend, plus shop our favourite styles, below.

    The Keira Knightley Cuff
    Go all out and work an OTT, Keira-style, super-statement cuff into your jewellery collection for maximum cool points.
    From Left: Topshop, £8.50, Joanna Laura Constantine, £172Mango, £5.99

    Double Detail
    The perfect style for day, the drop-back-detail stud is a chic and subtle way to take on the trend.
    From Left: Ca & Lou, £104, Melissa Joy Manning, £160, Freedom at Topshop, £8.50
    The Solo
    Because these versions are so cool, you only need to wear one.
    From Left: Loren Stewart, £240, Diane Kordas, £760, Delfina Delletrez, £326

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