Earrings have been around for a long time. Not only that, but earrings represent different things depending on culture. Even though this jewelry accessory has been around for a long time, people are still unsure as to how to wear them in the workplace setting.
Since every workplace culture is unique, it's best to match the culture in terms of hairstyle, nail color, makeup and jewelry accessory.
Even though there's a variety of earring styles, today's post will only focus on the four most common types: Studs, Hoops, Drop, and Dangle.
Here's how to wear earrings in a workplace setting:
Stud earrings have several advantages and widely accepted in the workplace. First, they come in a variety of designs, metal and stone selections. Second, they can be worn with any hairdo and can be worn with basically anything.
These earrings range from extra small to jumbo. Unless you're in the arts and entertainment industry, leave the gigantic (and bold colored) earrings at home. For conservative settings, pick a pair that's small to medium and stick with basic black, silver, or gold colors.
Not only do they bring out your facial features, but they go well with all hair lengths. If you wear colorful drop earrings, it's safe to wear your hair covering most of the earrings so that it doesn't distract anyone.
Dangle earrings are pretty. These should be worn in evening settings because they typically come in bold designs, have fringes and at times make noise when walking.
What is your workplace culture? Do you adjust your accessories accordingly? Please share your comments below.