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13 Statement Earrings To Get In Pakistan

Nail your look by adding a bit of bling

Article-minBy Mahvish Ahmed

It’s no secret that the right earrings can give your outfit that oomph factor. A chunky, super sized pair can easily funk up a simple outfit, while simpler pieces can help add some glam, without taking the attention away from your favourite embellished wardrobe items. And that’s exactly why it seems safe to say that earrings play a pivotal role in making or breaking your #OOTD.

To make this earring shop a bit of a breeze for you, we went out and did some digging to bring to you our top 13 picks for your jewelry cases this month.

P.s. Let us know how many you ended up splurging on!

Fringe earrings gone desi by Sapphire Pakistan

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What to pair with: A zari and dabka laden traditional short kameez, gheyr-wali shalwaar and a voluminous organza dupatta. Go for maroon, green and gold hues for your outfit.

The bold and the beautiful Duet Trapeze earrings by REMALUXE

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What to pair with: A white off-shoulder kurta and sleek pants. Opt for silk to keep your look formal and sport some bright pink lip colour.

The funky Twirling Sticks Drop earrings by REMALUXE

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What to pair with: A sari with a sexy halter-top to keep things bold and glamorous. Tie your hair in a top bun to ensure those beautiful earrings get the spotlight they deserve.

Allure by MHT’s super-sized desi glam

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What to pair with: A heavily done-up pair of lehnga choli. These earrings are ideal for mehndis and we love how well they work with this Nomi Ansari ensemble.

Allure by MHT’s bang on trend jeweled fringe earrings

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What to pair with: A crop top and sharara put together with a long coat. Stick to warm hues such as reds and oranges with green banarsi fabric accents to go with the earrings. If your style is a little more Western, go for a navy blue embellished short velvet jacket with matching boot cut pants.

The Cinderella-feel Minute to Midnight earrings by Esfir Jewels

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What to pair with: A neutral-coloured blazer with jeans for evening/dinner parties. Of course, a bold lip colour to add some excitement is always appreciated.

The understated pearly peacocks by Saphigo

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What to pair with: A block printed white sari with gold detailing. Sport a chunky green ring to balance the understated impact of the earrings.

Zohra Rahman’s Unique Paper Clip inspired earrings

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What to pair with: A fuzzy over sized sweater and skinny jeans. Add long boots to keep your look hi-fashion yet classic.

Suffuse by Sana Yasir’s east-west blend

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What to pair with: A long gold jacket in shimmery fabric with some scattered pearls and bright floral motifs. Have a look at Sania Maskatiya’s collection showcased at PFDC L’Oreal Bridal Week 2016-17 for some wardrobe inspiration! Go for some perky orange lip colour to complete the look.

Customized ‘say your name’ earrings by Project Rich

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What to pair with: Everyday kurtas of all kinds. Can be worn to lunches, casual GTs over tea as well as work. That’s the beauty of these understated earrings with a hard-to-say-no-to idea!

Bohemian Face earrings by Mango

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What to pair with: A cold shoulder Bohemian top with long fringes and a pair of distressed jeans. Tie your hair in a loose braid and wear the nude makeup look to keep things easy and laid back.

Handcrafted Indian beauties by Bblingg Accessories

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What to pair with: Teal blue velvet jumpsuit and some glossy maroon lip colour.

Afghan chaand balis by Indigo The Multi Brand Store

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What to pair with: A plain red kurta, white tulip shalwaar and tan khussa.