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What are ear chains and how to wear them? 

(Beware: this post might cause an irresistible itch for multiple piercings)


If you’re into ear parties, ear chains are the easiest way to amp up your ear game. It’s a simple add-on for instant upgrade, perfect for the day to night shift. 

  • So what’s an ear chain? 

    Ear chains are chains to connect earrings - whether front to back or to connect different earrings. Some ear chains are connected to the ear nut, whereas other ear chains are fully separate and can connect any stud earrings you already own.

  • Who can wear ear chains? 

    Do you need to have multiple piercings in a single ear to wear ear chains? Absolutely not. You can wear an ear chain front to back. But, if you have multiple piercings, you will have more styling options to wear the ear chain. 

  • Are ear chains and threader earrings the same thing?

    Both have chains as their focal point, but ear chains and threader earrings are different. Threader earrings are meant to go through your ear. Ear chains are meant to be paired with existing earrings, and go below the ear. 

Ear chains

Hexagon Threader Earring

  • What’s the length of an ear chain? 

    We offer ear chains in different lengths. Shorter chains are like that cute wooden bridge above trickling water you often find in children’s picture books.


    Shorter chains are meant to connect two close piercings. 


    Longer ear chains can connect the furthest piercings together, crossing the entire landscape of the ear. They’re more of a statement. 


Plain ear chains vs ear chains 

with gemstones 



How to style ear chains


  • Best worn with stud earrings. If you have more than one piercing on your earlobe, this is your chance to show off your studs!

  • Choose studs with bold shapes and colors to accentuate with your ear chains

  • Wear only on one side, or both


Four ways to wear ear chains

Here are our top 4 looks for ear chains! 


1.

Front to back

2.

Front A to front B

3.

Front A to back B

4.

Back A to back B


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