If, like us, you've been interested in this single earring trend but not sure how to jump in, this is for you. Today, we’re taking cues from the always-stylish Emma Watson to learn four cool ways to go about the look. Keep reading to see how she does it and, of course, to shop some of our favorite earrings to wear as alone (or as a pair if you prefer)!
Did we mention this styling trick is particularly handy for anyone who has ever lost an earring?!
While attending the Valentino Haute Couture Show in Paris earlier this month, Watson wore one long (but delicate) Delfina Delettrez earring.
Delfina Delettrez Fishing For Compliments Mono Earring ($626)
Elizabeth And James Bauhaus Pave Long Bar Earrings ($225) in Gold
We love these earrings for day or night.
Rebecca Minkoff Long Triangle Frame Threader Earrings ($48) in Gold
Wear one of these with your hair up and a moto jacket to steal Watson’s look!
At the Noah premiere in New York this March, Watson opted for a bold and edgy Ana Khouri ear cuff to juxtapose the conservative neckline of her dress.
Jules Smith Ascending Crystal Left Ear Crawler ($39) in Clear
Get Emma Watson’s ear-cuff look for less with this style by Jules Smith.
Stone Whisper 18kt Rose Gold Ear Cuff With White Diamonds ($1650)
This ear cuff is perfectly delicate and edgy at the same time.
For the Giambattista Valli show, the actress went for a minimalist all-black look, which she topped off with a single, dainty Selin Kent earring.
For the Golden Globe awards back in January, the star proved she’s ahead of the fashion pack by wearing what is now one of the most popular accessories in Hollywood—the Mise En Dior Tribal Earring.
Alexis Bittar 1910's Edwardian Diamond And Pearl Cluster Stud ($850)
These antique studs have a modern, on-trend feel that we love.