Coconut tree lovers alert: Wear the tropics on your ear lobes ASAP!
It’s summer all year long here in Malaysia. This is just my excuse to feature my beloved coconut trees in a bling post.
Let me tell you that I love everything about coconuts. I’m nuts about coconuts. I eat the fruit, drink the juice, mix the oil in my coffee, feed my fluffy cats coconut oil which they love, and when I was a wee kid, my late grandma would let me sit on a huge palm leaf on the ground that she then pulled so I felt like I was on a boat only that it was on the land and my bottom was protected by the palm leaves!
Nostalgia aside, I must recommend fresh coconut juice from the fruit itself on a hot day. It is the best thing ever! It quenches your thirst like no other. Did I tell you that the only bangles I wear are made of coconut shells? Yes, perhaps I did, about a million times on my blog. The other blog.
Since I’ve never ever worn palm tree earrings, I wonder why not locate some cool ones and put them all on display in a post? If you’re all about wearing the tropical summer vibes in your OOTD and wonder how you could intensify it further via your accessories, I believe these earrings will help you!
Minimalist Palm Tree Earrings
Shiny Sterling Silver Palm Tree Earrings
Dainty Summer Palm Tree Stud Earrings
Silver Coconut Tree Stud Earrings
Tropical Palm Tree Stud Earrings
Which palm tree earrings would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!
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