Looking to sprinkle some tropical punch on your earlobes? Then, this one’s for you!
Earrings that are bold can be a fun approach to punctuate your OOTD for the summer. With these drop hoop earrings crafted by hand from a vibrant polymer clay jewelry store called Black Tropicana, you get to have your ears accented in fun tropical colors and abstract patterns. The earrings are made of polymer clay and are fashioned into a stud design, with an oval hoop dangling for that added bold touch.
The abstract patterns and color combos make you think of sipping your favorite fruit drink under the palm tree with the breeze and sun kissing your skin and hair. My imagination aside, if you’re one to easily love wearing fun colored earrings, I highly suggest looking at the the gorgeous selection from the jewelry store. The vivid colors combined with the designs that make use of geometric shapes in prints that come alive make the earrings a fantastic summer bling option.
I hope you will enjoy looking at the tropical statement earrings!
Pink Tropical Drop Hoop Earrings
Green Tropical Drop Hoop Earrings
Yellow Tropical Drop Hoop Earrings
Which tropical drop hoop earrings your earlobes itch to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.
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