We may be familiar with various types of earrings in Thai, but how do we describe them in English? Let’s delve into their English names to broaden our knowledge!
These earrings feature a straight post and a butterfly back. It is a classic item that many of us have at least one pair of at home.
Available in round loops, square loops, triangles, or ovals. They come in different sizes to match your favorite fashion style.
This earring type has longer pieces that display movement when worn.
Earrings of this type feature slim chains passing through the pierced ear, hanging on each side of the lobe. Some wear them through two piercing holes for a distinctive look.
Named after a character from Star Trek, these earrings are worn for their symbolic beliefs. One part is typically a fixed earring on the lobe, while the other side is worn on the upper ear, often an ear cuff or any non-piercing type of earring.
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Stud earrings designed to give the illusion of “climbing” up the ears.
Pairs of earrings that differ in style or shape but complement each other when worn together.
Earrings shaped like bars; the closure can be detached to insert them into the ear.
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This earring type doesn’t require a back; it hooks onto the ear from its curved design.
Ear jackets consist of two pieces. The smaller part is usually a stud, making them easy to wear, while the larger piece is positioned behind and under the earlobe.
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Earrings that don’t require piercing! These C-shaped hoops are worn along the curve of the ears.