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Keep it Simple, Keep it Classy with Stud Earrings #ad

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Mont Bleu. All opinions are 100% mine.

Mont Bleu stud earrings

Coco Chanel advised that before they leave the house, that women should take a look in the mirror and take one thing off. No, not your pants. Keep your pants on, as well as any other essential articles of clothing. What she was referring to was accessories.

Accessories are a great way to bring together an outfit and turn it into a look. They are the little details that you need to keep in mind when putting yourself together for the day. Just as easily as they transform a look from boring to alluring, accessories can also ruin your outfit, making you look messy and complicated instead of chic and stylish.

Earrings can be a slippery accessory slope all on their own. With so many styles, materials, and styles, it can be difficult to decide what type of earrings really compliment an outfit. Whether you’re going for something simple and relaxed or attending an elegant event, stud earrings can ramp up your wow factor.

Mont Bleu specializes in handmade glassware products and jewelry in Europe made with SWAROVSKI® ELEMENTS crystals. They are home to a wide variety of stud earrings with crystals, and because they know that when it comes to earrings you can never have enough, too many colors, or too many styles, they also have stud earrings with crystal pearls.

One of my favorite looks ever is a simple pair of fitted jeans, a t-shirt, flip flops, and a pair of pearl stud earrings. It is the pinnacle of weekend style for me. The accessories should have just enough femininity to make it look understated yet put-together instead of just lazy.

If you thought stud earrings were boring, not flashy enough, or didn’t come in enough styles to make them unique enough to compliment your personal style, give Mont Bleu’s e-shop a look. You're sure to find a few styles that you can immediately imagine implementing into your wardrobe.

What are some of your favorite accessories to complete an outfit?

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Holly

Holly is a writer with a penchant for sarcasm, aspiring domestic goddess, and stress baker. She is the founder and editor of Woman Tribune, and lives in rural Northeastern, Pennsylvania with her fiance and their 5 cats.

13 Responses

  1. Kungphoo says:

    My daughter can only wear studs because she competes competitively in gymnastics. She can wear those and the judges would like them also.

  2. Michelle F. says:

    I love stud earrings.

  3. very cute designs, my daughter would love these!

  4. Felicia says:

    Love the designs. You would actually really like the new website I built. There is a whole page on jewelry under $50! You can check it out at: http://www.ttpcloset.com

  5. Heather says:

    Oh these earrings are really pretty. They would be great for a little girl.

  6. Annemarie says:

    I love these earrings. I am a big fan of studs, simple yet elegant.

  7. Cara says:

    I love these studs! Especially the pearl ones! They look so classy.

  8. Mistee Dawn says:

    Those are all so pretty. Especially the pink ones. I always accessorize with a scarf and some simple earrings.

  9. Kisa Johnson says:

    I can’t wear earrings unless they’re on posts because other styles of earrings hurt. I tend to usually go for simple stud earrings myself too.

  10. Petro Neagu says:

    Gosh, they are so incredibly cute. I love small, elegant jewelry, they make me feel like a different woman.

  11. bn100 says:

    These look cute

  12. Farrah says:

    I love these options. Simple, but elegant. :)

  13. I do not wear earrings anymore but when I did these were the kinds that I wore.

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