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Fashionista NOW: Clear Lucite Open Hoop Earrings For Your Vintage Earlobes

Fashionista NOW: Clear Lucite Open Hoop Earrings For Your Vintage Earlobes


For something that plays trick with an onlooker’s eyes and catches their attention: A clear hoop earring style for a dose of the unexpected.

From the 80s, these earrings are really something else.

Instead of being loud in color or made in the predictable metals, the appeal of these earrings lies in its clear transparency and that it is crafted in an open hoop design that rests on the large scale which is a perfect size to offset their interestingly minimalist look.

I find these earrings to be a great update to spruce up your current collection of hoops as they are understated yet so different from the usual suspects in the earring department. The see-through open hoop is made of pure, substantial rounded lucite and the push backings are made of stainless steel.

I don’t know about you but I’m excited about these 80s style transparent hoop earrings already! Enjoy looking.


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Would you wear these lucite hoop earrings? Share below – I’d love to know.

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