Hoop earrings by fejn jewelry – clean earrings for a special look
Simple and insanely classy - the large and small hoop earrings by fejn jewellery add that certain something to any outfit and ensure a look on point. Whether casual with an urban jeans outfit, especially chic and classy for a visit to your favourite Italian restaurant or a friend's wedding - hoop earrings made of silver, gold or in a rosé colour are the essential for every urban nomad. But not all creoles are the same. Whether round or hexagonal, small or large, simple or ornate: Whatever you like and whatever suits your style is allowed. Buy sustainable silver or gold creoles online at fejn!
The right creole for the ear for every look
fejn hoop earrings can be chosen to perfectly match any style and outfit. If you're going for a statement make-up look and combine it with clothes that are strong in shape and colour, you can go for mini-hoops earrings and filigree models when choosing hoop earrings. This way, outfit and jewellery complement each other perfectly. Small hoops earrings are also a good choice for a look that is already captivating with a statement necklace.
However, if the choice falls on a clean business look or the little black dress, flashier hoops earrings bring out something more. Large, high-quality hoop earrings are a must. The classics are large gold hoops, like the ones we used to find in our mothers' jewellery boxes. But silver or rose gold hoop earrings are also perfect.
For that extra dose of wow, try our Hoops earrings with charms. These eye-catching little pendants with pearls or chain elements dangle from the bottom of the creole in fejn's filigree creoles and are never overloaded or madamy.
Which style for my hoop earrings?
Single hoop earrings, pair of hoops, rather bold or mini - not every hoop style suits every jewellery heroine. And that's okay! That's why at fejn we focus on a wide selection of sustainable genuine jewellery, so that everyone can find exactly the delicate earring that suits them. If you want to own real jewellery creoles, fejn jewellery is a good choice. Once you've bought the creoles, they won't let you go in a hurry. The high-quality, sustainable materials last and last and last - fejn jewellery 4ever. Which style goes well with which creole? We reveal it:
Single Hoop Earring
The single hoop, as the name suggests, is worn on one side. However, this statement piece is not only suitable for the classic ear hole, also known as the standard lobe. Especially if you have several pierced ears, a single hoop is a real eye-catcher. Combined with other ear jewellery, small creoles in the upper lobe, i.e. in the second or third ear hole, next to the first, look incredibly exciting. A single-sided creole is also perfect for the helix ear hole on the upper edge of the ear. At fejn you always have the choice between a pair of creoles or a single. Simply enter the correct quantity when ordering.
Pair of hoop earrings
Old, but gold ... or silver or rosé: the pair of hoop earrings is probably the most popular among hoop earrings. One creole is worn on each standard ear hole. It's as simple as that! This makes for a symmetrical and straightforward appearance. Depending on the creole, this can be rather loud or quiet. Whether statement look or understatement style: this way of wearing suits every outfit and look.
Bold or filigree
Dependent of their size, creoles with a particularly filigree design go perfectly with reduced, clean looks or the Scandinavian style. Filigree creoles are also perfect for everyday wear: quickly put on in the morning, they are the ideal companion at work and for after-work vino. Bolde creoles, on the other hand, can be worn really well with straight business looks or special occasions. They simply stand out more and bring out that little bit more in any (eye-catching) dress or blazer.
Besides plain hoops, decorated large or small hoops complement our fejn range. Satin surfaces, pearl elements or a twisted look create a special design without being too playful. These models are classically suitable for evening outfits. But we also love them with a plain turtleneck and closed hair.
Round or square creoles
Aren't creoles always round? Not at fejn jewelry. Our clean creoles are as varied as the tastes and preferences of our customers. In addition to round hoops earrings, there are also diamond and hexagon shapes. The unusual shapes are particularly suitable for bobs, pixies and other hairstyles with shorter hair and complement the geometric look of straight-cut hairstyles.
Buy golden hoops, rosé or silver creoles?
The classic among hoop earrings are definitely the golden hoops earrings. And yes, this piece really is an all-rounder for your own jewellery collection. Our real jewellery hoops with sustainable 24-carat gold plating go particularly well with lightly tanned summer skin or darker skin types. Silver creoles, on the other hand, look particularly good on cooler skin types. Of course, anything that looks good and goes well with the outfit is allowed. If you can't decide between gold and silver jewellery, you don't have to. Bicolour is the answer! Nowadays, several jewellery colours can be combined without the fashion police sounding the alarm. Additional tip: Rose gold hoops earrings go perfectly with both lighter and darker skin tones. Buying hoops is so easy!
Which hoop goes with my hairstyle?
Hoops want to be seen! Therefore, the hairstyle also plays a role in deciding on the right hoops earrings. Longer hair can be worn in a ponytail or chignon to clear the view of the hoops. A side-parted hairstyle works well for single hoop wearers. With short hairstyles, large creoles can create a great effect. For medium-length cuts, such as a bob, it is best to make the hair a little longer than the creole.
Where do creoles come from?
What do fashion heroines have in common with sailors? Quite simple: the literal penchant for the creole. Traditionally, creoles come from seafaring. Centuries ago, sailors wore a creole with engraved initials. However, the reason for wearing them was less joyful than today. The creole made it possible to identify sailors who had been killed in a shipwreck. But despite the sad background, even back then sailors attached importance to a beautiful creole in their personal style, which paved the way for fashionable creoles.