Those Mise en Dior earrings you've noticed Emma Watson and Jennifer Lawrence wearing these last few months are the stuff Pinterest boards and Etsy knockoffs are made of. The kind of forward-thinking accessory that asks important questions, like “Why wear one pearl stud, when you can wear two, on either side of your lobe?” Camille Miceli, Dior’s costume jewelry designer, was inspired by New Zealand’s Maori people—hence their (potentially problematic) nickname of “tribal' earrings. Regardless of their title, they've led to an array of two-sided styles we're more than happy to welcome into our jewelry boxes ad infinitum. Times two.
Fallon Pearl Bead And Spike Stud Earrings: There are traffic cones, ice cream cones, and then there are these. Pointy backs will peek out from behind your lobe to add a little something extra to straightforward pearls.
Delfina Delettrez Eye Single Earring: Delettrez's work adds some surrealism to otherwise delicate design. This earring’s so good that you only need one—just add turtleneck.
Lady Grey Double Sphere Earrings: Dangly, high-shine gold with two baubles is pretty much all you could ask for this holiday party season. They’ll look equally incredible worn with a navy dress or jeans and white button-down.
Yvonne Leon 18K White Gold And Diamond Lobe Earring: You’re a dime, plus 99. Also, if you’ve always thought it’d be nice to have some black diamonds to go with your white diamonds, now you can, all in one slight crescent, anchor-like shape.
Kismet By Milka 2 Circle Earring: Another solo option, a slender rose gold profile is sort of like a thumbtack got together with a penny, resulting in sculptural, knick knack-inspired realness.
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