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Oriental Trend: CNY 2021 Earring Style Inspo

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The earrings to give your festive and casual lunar new year outfits an interesting touch off personality.

As we enter the new year with a different outlook to weather the uncertainties, it’s always good to put your best foot forward no matter what to set the tone for the year ahead¬† even though we may feel confused and unsure. With Chinese New Year’s low-key festivities looming with their associated SOPs, there are easy ways for you to look put together and in good spirits, especially if you’re a fan of a good pair of statement-making earrings.

Being that it’s the lunar new year, red is the auspicious color theme we choose to display in the earring styles we know would look good on practically anyone!

So, without further ado, here are the bling to decorate your ears for a look that’s ultimately oriental chic.

Enjoy!

10 Earring Styles To Complete Your CNY 2021 Outfits

Red Fan Tassel Earrings // LivyDesignAU
Oriental Koi Earrings // CactusBae
CNY Ceramic Bold Asymmetrical Earrings // emilylauradesigns
Red Chinese Firecracker Earrings // ArtiliciousSG
Lucky Knot Chinese Charm Earrings // GiftofHeart
Red Cinnabar Oriental Earrings // RaindropsJewelry
Chinese Gate Earrings // CrosswalkConvos
Asymmetrical Koi Earrings // JessieMyEarrings
Fluorescent Neon Dragon Earrings // Redgregor
Red Floral CNY Earrings // ClimDesigns

Which pair of earrings would you wear for a delightfully Oriental-flavored outfit to ring in the year of the Ox? Share below – I’d love to know.

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