4 Ways to Showcase Stud Earrings

These classic jewelry items also deserve their time in the spotlight.

A pair of stud earrings with gemstones.
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A go-to fashion staple, stud earrings are simple and classy jewelry options fit for all ages. While big and bold earrings may sometimes take the spotlight away from these miniature beauties, there’s a reason why jewelry lovers and style mavens always have a few pairs in their collections. Simply put, they are a must-have for any jewelry shop to have. Find out how you can best show off these earrings in this article.

Careful grouping is key

It’s easy for a pair or two to get lost in the shuffle if you decide to group stud earrings together. You can resolve this issue by grouping together earrings that have different shapes and designs that would still match well together. You can also sort stud earrings with the same designs together by displaying them in different colors. You can apply that technique by putting individual pairs of stud earrings in something like this angled earring display stand placed side by side.

Earring Display Stand for Stud Earrings
Earring Display Stand for Stud Earrings*

Neutral colors work well for colorful studs and stones

The contrast between neutral backgrounds and colors always work when you want tiny stud earrings to pop out of a canvass. Avoid patterns at all costs as they can easily overwhelm daintier jewelry pieces.

12 Pcs Set Natural Wood Earring Cards
12 Pcs Set Natural Wood Earring Cards*

Keep a sense of balance all the time

Just as you wouldn’t use a busy backdrop for displaying stud earrings, you also wouldn’t want to pair your tiny pieces with big and bold accessories. You can, however, pair up your stud jewelry with a few chandelier pairs, but remember to choose those with soft details and thin widths. Avoid items that will overwhelm the small ones you want to show off.

White light favors your jewelry merchandise

If you’re thinking of getting lighting fixtures, choose those LED lights that emit white light as they are perfect for highlighting even the tiniest details. Warmer, yellow tones have a tendency to blur stones so you’re better off avoiding them.

*Available on the Nile Corp website.


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