Trending: ear cuffs and the guys
Three pillars of Millennials ' jewelry: fashion, minimalism, mix&match. "New earrings", kaffs and climbers, meet all three. Despite the pretentious design, they are surprisingly concise and adaptive to any combination. We check in practice, trying on new products.
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Monosergs or paired earrings (from the English to climb — "climb, climb"; to crawl — crawl), in which the decorative part can be turned over and tucked inside the ear, or it can have an oblong shape and climb along the auricle, repeating its contours. This decoration is held on the earlobe, with the help of a regular clasp-puset.
What's new: this season, monocargo-climber does not focus so much on the tip as on most of the ear. The trendy effect of the curved wire provokes attention thanks to the streamlined shapes that echo the ear anatomy. This decoration is no longer a "component part", but a full-fledged accessory, style marker and statement.
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The unusual design of the cuff (from the English cuff — cuff) simulates several punctures and seems to braid the ear. The cuff, like the climber, can be attached with just one fastener, or it can be fixed on the Darwin tubercle (in the upper part of the ear) by simple mechanical compression or like a clip.
What's new: this summer, the ultra — modern cuff manifests abstract minimalism-in contrast to the emphasized grunge stylizations that were popular a couple of years ago. The outer part of the ear is locally entwined with rings in the area of the lobe or curl. Max designs — microamp and curves, so monocharge you can wear a large/long pair.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN KAFFS AND CLIMBERS?
The main difference is in the location of the earring on the ear and design features that directly depend on this factor:
- the guys: top, curl;
- cuffa: lobe, curl, Darwin's tubercle, curl, tail of the curl, lower cavity (Cup).
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