How To Mismatch Your Earrings Like An Expert

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Miley Cyrus is just one of the many celebs who have tried out the mismatched earrings look. Click through for four easy tips to help you tackle the trend yourself—along with some shoppable duos to get you started.


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Have you ever lost half of a pair of truly treasured earrings and wondered how you could still wear the survivor solo? Or stared glumly at all the studs, hoops and chandeliers in your current jewelry box and wished you could spice them up a bit?

Well, you're in luck. Mismatched earrings have been all over the red carpet lately, with stars like Emma Watson and Miley Cyrus switching up their ear jewelry on a near-daily basis. Designers, too, are into the look; Dior's Raf Simons has shown odd-couple ear looks in his past few collections, and at both Louis Vuitton and Céline's Fall 2015 shows, models walked the runway wearing single shoulder-dusters instead of a full set.

But this head-turning jewelry look shouldn't be limited to celebs and catwalkers! In fact, it's actually pretty easy to mix and match your earrings without looking insane. To wit, I've shared four easy tips to help you tackle the trend in the gallery above—along with some shoppable duos to get you started. Click through to instantly update your earring game.

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