- Jun 13, 2020
Do you have an example of too young for you? Other than things from Claire’s I’ve never thought of earrings as too young.But if you really love them be a trend setter not a follower
In saying that i am in the process of selling most of my gold earings for scrap, not so much because they are dated, which they are, but just because i feel they are now too young for me
Oh well you know mall jewler trendy about 15- 25 years agoDo you have an example of too young for you? Other than things from Claire’s I’ve never thought of earrings as too young.
Well said Mrs BNot at all dated. They're classic and timeless. They're not *as* popular as some other cuts right now, but they'll come back in - then go out again - then come back in - and so on and so on. I love a square shape in general - it's interesting to the eye. Keep them; 5 years from now everyone will want what you have! And even if they didn't - so what? Wear what you love - with confidence.
Thank you sweet @junebug17Hmm, I have never thought of princess cut as being dated or old fashioned...maybe not as popular as round, but round is a tough act to beat LOL. I look at bling_dream19's earrings and all I see is a pretty and elegant look. You should definitely just get what you love!