Simple ear adornments for everyday outfit and beyond.
So, some of you have decided that you need to elevate your ear bling game this CNY 2018 and I know just what you need especially if words like “minimalist” and “geometric” are beyond familiar to your dressing dictionary.
For earlobes that are utterly effortless in delicate architectural shapes, My Heavenly Atelier has a riveting collection of jewelry so contemporary yet magnetic in its interpretation of this particular trend in minimalistic geometry. Designer and creator of a Malaysian hidden gem of a store, Maggie values negative spaces that they become the pervading presence in her airy, breathable and intricate creations. Every piece is created slowly, with lots of attention and care so that you as the wearer gets the best from the maker.
Obsessed with the clean minimalist lines and fresh geometric twists in jewelry? Then, please calm down and take a peek into the stunning beauties down below! They are made for everyday outfit and will match your festive OOTD as you welcome the Year of the Earth Dog. Enjoy!
Double Sided Edgy Geometric Earrings
Double Hexagon Geometric Earrings
Minimalist Triangle Threader Earrings
Minimalist Water Drop Earrings
Open Circle Eclipse Hoop Earrings
Open Hoop Layered Triangle Earrings
Which geometric minimalist earrings would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know.
Madly in love with these earrings already and want to hoard them all? Don’t forget to give My Heavenly Atelier some real love!
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