The pandemic may have disrupted our lifestyle but it should not dampen our spirits to live life to the fullest. Don’t let the pandemic bring down the boho spirit in you.
Just because we’re not at the most beautiful tropical beaches, it doesn’t mean we can’t wear fancy summer dresses and accessories. Here are five beaded earrings that will surely accentuate your summer boho fashion statement!
Sayulita Handmade Beaded Earrings
The Sayulita earrings are subtle yet sophisticated. With dazzling accents of rose gold and precious stones, you can dress to impress with these unique dangle earrings.
Lahmu Beaded Earrings
If you’re the type who loves long dangling earrings, the Lahmu beaded earrings are perfect for you. It measures 10 cm x 1.5 cm. The Lahmu boho earrings have a subtle and sophisticated appearance that is quintessential for those who advocate a modern minimalist look. You can choose from rose gold and rosaline.
Flor de Amor Boho Earrings
The Flor de Amor boho earrings have a classy white elegance. If you’re more drawn to a sophisticated clean look, Flor de Amor’s color palette will suit you. This boho earring measures 12 cm x 4 cm, a perfect accent to any swimwear!
Another beaded earrings to showcase and lift up your bohemian spirit is the Nakawe Fringe. Unlike Lahmu, Nakawe Fringe only measures 10cm x 3 cm so it’s not too dangling to your ears. It’s lightweight and made of high-quality Japanese beads. It is available in 6 different color palettes like rust + noir, rosaline + rose, azul + rose gold, and more!
Azul Handmade Beaded Earrings
Azul has a wider dimension compared to the above mentioned beaded earrings. It measures 12 x 4.5 cm. It is only available in one color palette which combines turquoise, rose gold, white, and black.
If you want to see more styles and colors of boho beaded earrings, you can refer to this page. We also offer beautiful handmade beaded bracelets to pair up with beaded earrings. If you have any questions, reach out to us.
All Nakawe beaded earrings are handmade from high-quality Japanese beads. These are hand-beaded by Huichol Indians of Mexico.