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Mismatched Earrings For People Who Hate Symmetry

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    If you're like this editor, then switching up your earrings may not be at the top of your list of priorities. Instead, you rock the same studs day in and day out, and probably even in the shower, too. Sure, you have plenty to choose from, but you simply lack those precious minutes to assess your jewelry game every morning. Sound about right? Well, maybe it's time for a change. While trends tend to come and go, there are some that are just too cool not to try — even if they might be yesterday's news before you know it.

    We're calling mismatched studs one such style. Despite our natural instinct to gravitate toward symmetry, the unique contrast is instantly eye-catching and every bit as appealing as our co-ordinated sets. Up ahead, we've teamed together 12 pairs that might just be your new everyday go-to. Take baby steps in delicate studs and work up to some way quirky couplings.



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