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Spring/Summer Earring Trends 2011

Spring and Summer 2011 is right around the corner and we promise to keep all our "SophistiKats" up on the trends. Accessories are an important staple to any woman's wardrobe. .Especially earrings!! Weather you decide to keep it simple and sophisticated or bold and trendy there is something for all of us in this upcoming season. Here are the latest trends for Spring/Summer 2011


Nature Inspirited






Leopard print will continue being a basic element. Animal shapes, garden themes, and crystal studded floral rings proved that fashion's nature theme is still going strong. 

The Color Of Magic 

What's new, dyed crystals, that are the hit of the coming season with rich hue and heavy metal tone. Bold, bright color will be hot and popular, ebullient red, gorgeous gold, or simply an accumulation of mix color. 

Minimalist Elegance 


In plain color, tassels, metal wires, mini beads create the beautiful minimalist feel in these ultra feminine elegant jewelry collection. 

Get Punk'd 


The punk attitude is as well coming hot for the coming season. Bling Bling, wide leather band, heavy metal components, angle design, skull motif, all these are rock star pieces! 

Girly Chic




Girly chic style always remains with the same symbolic elements, ribbons, bows, and satin bibs, though styles constantly revolve and recycle. 

Bronze Age 


This time, the cycle of fashion design turns to Bronze Age for inspiration, look these vintage metals, antique bronze finish, solid metal works and totem motif details, unique design to emphasize the style. 

Geometric Art 


Geometric jewelry is loved by all because of its bold and clean style. Geometric design is however, one of the most difficult design concepts to use. 

Tiered Statement



This season make way for bold and chunkier pieces of fashion jewelry. Long shoulder grazing chandelier earrings are back with a bang after a long hiatus and become a fashion must have this season. 

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