Dangling Tincup Earrings – The Right Choice For You?

October 8, 2014 by Melissa

You may choose to have your tincup look be more traditional, as many people do. Wearing the Rene Russo tincup necklace is a choice that goes back in style on a fairly regular basis, but when it’s out of style you can safely get away with it while remaining unique. When the trend is back (as it has been recently), you’ll want to shy away from the traditional necklace look and get your tincup fix in some other way.

The best option is to go to the other end of the spectrum. As long as you are wearing the traditional style of tincup looks (linked chains), then you’ll still embody the look itself, but no one made a rule that you have to keep your tincup jewelry around your neck.

A pair of dangling tincup pearl earrings is a fantastic change of pace for some, and a way to completely overhaul your look for others. What makes the tincup look so great on an earring is that it takes a more traditional look and turns it on its head, and when paired with another type of pearl like a Tahitian, it renders the look almost unrecognizable (but still completely spectacular).

One of the benefits of the tincup look is that you can wear it in almost any size and to any occasion, but if you love wearing larger pearls, the tincup earrings will do that better than almost any other type of tincup jewelry, simply due to the fact that a single pearl can be bigger without appearing like you are making too much of a statement.

When not wearing the tincup pearl necklace, or when you’re worried that it’s a bit too much for your next party, breaking our your new pair of Tahitian tincup pearl earrings is a choice that you’ll love to make.