Mono earrings: a Maison Dorée trend
This jewel, rooted in Maison Dorée DNA, has become a must-have in your collection. It offers infinite versatility, allowing all kinds of combinations, and fits perfectly with the current trend for asymmetry. It's an opportunity to mix and match jewelry styles, and to completely mismatch your compositions from ear to ear.
Traditional pairs of earrings are reinvented by separating to adorn one ear at a time. The possibilities are endless: earcuffs, creoles, chip earrings, dangling earrings or even rhinestone pavé earrings.
Here's a look at this trend, initiated in France by Maison Dorée.
From the outset, Maison Dorée has stood out for its range of fancy mono earrings, becoming one of the first French brands to highlight the trend for mismatched jewelry.
Over time, mono earrings have become a symbol of originality and individuality. This new way of expressing oneself through jewelry has won over many, and the possibility of associating distinct pieces to create unique, personalized combinations captures the imagination of fashion lovers.
Mono earrings make a unique and original statement. By wearing a Maison Dorée earring, you're sure to add a touch of refinement to your outfit, while assuming your own style.
So, whether you're a fashion enthusiast or simply looking for a new way to express your personality, explore Maison Dorée's collection of fancy mono earrings to shine brightly.
To keep up with the mono earring trend, simply choose the one that will dress up your lobe, helix and/or conch depending on the desired look. You can, for example, opt for a mix of colors and styles with a silver Creole earring on the lobe, a gold pavé earcuff and a chip on a second hole, if you have one.
In everyday life, the mono earring is available in mini and discreet versions. We opt for fancy earrings to match any outfit, adopting a minimalist style with small gold creoles or symbol earrings. For those who don't want to leave the other ear bare, it's possible to combine it with a small, discreet chip.
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