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Dangle earrings I love dangles for their drama, and because their typical hook backs make them easy to get on and off. But many dangles aren't for everyday; they'll look out of place with shorts and a tank, for example. If you're going a bit more formal, though, you have many options with this earring style. Keep in mind that if you want your dangle earrings to become a jewelry staple, look for a classic, elegant design in a neutral color, such as an all metal style or one that ends in a cultured pearl, for example. For your staple piece, don't choose anything trendy or cute; steer clear of hearts, stars, zodiac signs and skulls. (If you want to go trendy that's fine, just buy something inexpensive.) As for what to choose, I prefer a dangle that hangs an inch or two below the earlobe to really make a statement. White gold and yellow gold bars, chains or chandeliers are timeless favorites. Of course, hairstyle and wardrobe will play a role here too. If your hair is very long you can get away with more dramatic-and longer-styles. Remember, though, if you wear a dramatic earring it's best to skip the necklace and let the earrings speak for themselves.
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