Dior – Songbyrd – 02.22.2016

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Earring by Dior

This leaf shaped earring is part of the “Dior Shades” line and was designed for the Dior 2016 Cruise Fashion show.  Dior is known for influencing both the single earring look, as well as mismatching earrings.  Under the leadership of former creative director, Raf Simons, the Dior accessories line the past few years has been very innovative and edgy.  Dior Tribale earrings have especially gained attention and mainstream popularity.

Earring styled with jacket by Vince; shirt and skirt by J. Crew; shoes by Kate Spade

Here are some single earrings or earrings that can be worn alone that I like:


Better late to the party than not show up at all.

For the past couple years designers have been featuring the single earring look on their runways; Celine, Louis Vuitton and of course Dior.  I’ve been on the fence about trying this trend out until I saw the Dior earring I am featuring today at their CityCenterDC boutique.  I would have walked right by it, but one of the sales associates was wearing it, looking fierce.   I tried on the earring and the rest is history.

Fortunately there are many great earrings to wear on their own without having to splurge at Dior.  You should take a look in your jewelry box and see what oversized earrings you have that you could take from a pair.  I have also seen some great options at Zara this season.


If this look is worn right, meaning you own it, you can wear the single earring trend to work, formal events, and on your most casual days.

Photo Information:

Photos taken by Anna Meyer at Songbyrd.  Makeup by Melissa at Celadon Spa.

Songbyrd Boilerplate:

Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe is DC’s home for music lovers. Nestled at the top of iconic Adams Morgan, Songbyrd offers an opportunity to explore music from national and local acts through our unique spaces, along with a meal and beverage. Enjoy their full espresso bar and casual eats while browsing latest vinyl releases and reissues in the Record Cafe. Or share a nighttime seasonal meal with a craft cocktail or beer, while getting down with the DC’s best DJs in the Music House. And open in October 2015 is their brand-new music venue, a space for regular shows for touring and local acts, as well as other music-related programming.

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