Up your party game face this holiday season by framing it with these eye-catching hand fan earrings.
I remember seeing these fan-shaped earrings that came in an ear jacket form a few years ago and thought how elegant they looked. Inspired by the Oriental hand fan that you flip open to use — which is itself a pretty handy tool to carry around here in humid Malaysia — the half sphere in the shape of the fan inspires jewelry makers to incorporate it in their various creations.
Spotting another fan earring on Pinterest today had me in the mood to hunt down for variations of it to drool and swoon over before settling on a look I like best.
For those of you who find the fan shape rather appealing as I do, and are looking forward to decorate the earlobes with them this holiday season, may I present to you a compilation of TEN fan earring styles so gorgeous I wish Santa would send them all to us!
Bronze Fan Charm Earrings
Geometric Fan Stud Earrings
Minimalist Fan Shape Earrings
Turquoise Bead Fan Earrings
Silver Art Deco Fan Earrings
Statement Fan Dangle Earrings
Sterling Silver Fan Dangle Earrings
Shiny Fan Hoop Earrings
Turquoise Gold Fan Earrings
Which fan-shaped earrings are you a fan of (pun intended)? Share below – I’d love to know!
As you peel it back, in the heart of nothing, that is love. You are what you are seeking. Life is a set up so that each of us can actually see in ourselves the truth for ourselves. What gets taken away are all the exterior means we thought we wanted love to come to us. You have the choice to notice the perfect set up to see love is exactly what you are. — Adyashanti
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