All you Need to Know About Stud Earrings
Stud earrings are earrings that are pierced directly into the earlobe and feature a post, which is usually metal, and a decorative feature on the end, such as a gemstone or other design.
Stud earrings are typically smaller in size than hoop earrings and are designed to provide a more subtle statement. Hoop earrings are larger and stand out more.
Gold and platinum are the most commonly used metals for stud earrings.
To put on stud earrings, gently insert the post between your thumb and forefinger into your earlobe.
To clean your stud earrings, use a soft cloth and a gentle jewelry cleaner.
The most popular choice of stud earrings is a traditional, plain metal post with a gemstone accent.
Stud earrings should be stored in a jewelry box or on a jewelry stand to avoid exposure to dust, dirt, and other chemicals.
The size of stud earrings you should get will depend on your personal preference and the size of your earlobe. You should also consider the size of the post and the shape of the earring. Smaller posts and earrings tend to be more comfortable and secure.
Most of the time, stud earrings are okay to wear to work, but you should always check your company’s dress code first.