Gold hoops come in all different shapes and sizes and after a quick chat with our team here at DEMI+CO we all have one if not three to four different types of gold hoops from large gold hoop earrings, thin gold hoops to small huggie type hoops. The versatility of gold hoops is often overlooked, they can look fabulous with anything you wear and can turn any outfit into a look.
Gold hoop earrings or hoop earrings in general represent so much more than just an earring, when worn they give the wearer a jolt of confidence, sassiness and femininity.
Medium to small size hoops work the best with work wear, whether you prefer gold or silver, either look great teamed with a crisp white shirt, simple tee and skirt or a fitted dress or trouser suit. If you want to add a a touch of drama go with small statement hoops or encrusted huggie hoops these will give your outfit some style without looking too overdressed.
Barely there hoops or small gold hoops can look fabulous for a more casual look from jumpers, casual shirts to summer dresses they can add a touch of glam. Plus a big bonus is both hoops can be worn all day long without feeling uncomfortable!
Twisted or thick gold hoop earrings look great with a cute top and jeans or a statement blouse. Chunky gold hoop earrings have a chance to shine when the rest of the outfit is paired down
You want your hoop earrings light, bright with some interesting detail. Hoop earrings with extra tassels, chunky gold hoop earrings or stacked style hoop earrings will look fabulous. Go big on holiday as larger hoop earrings look great with minimal summer clothing and swimwear.
Understated and elegant hoops are the best option for weddings, feminine and chic outfits go perfectly with smaller huggies or medium sized hoops. Go for a simple style and minimal finish to give your outfit the sophisticated finish, if you are pining for big hoops then a barely style will still keep your look classic.
If you are after more inspiration why not check out our post on our 'Top 10 best statement earrings.'
Men’s fashion has been very eclectic of late, from the runways of Paris, Milan and London there has been a real mix of colours, styles and fabrics. The same can be said for accessories and jewellery. Although the focus on men’s jewellery is not as strong as women’s the tide is changing.