The most massive earrings we could find

Big fancy earrings are sticking around this season. But can you *actually* wear them? We’ve found five you most certainly can.


Arch deco

If you want to go big in a subtle-ish way, this lovely wooden Wolf & Moon pair are painted in neutral shades. Ok, who are we kidding, they’re there to be shown off. And our favourite bit is that they’ve got flexible hinges, so you move, they move. £90, Wolf and Moon


Shake yours

There’s something about pom-poms that brings us out in hands-in-the-air childlike glee. Colourful, soft, with slightly make-do-and-mend vibes, Rosantica’s playful, crafty strands are also laced through with multi-coloured beads. Just wear them with something pared down, yeah? £145, Net-a-Porter


Colour blocking

Toolally’s earrings are what you’d get if someone from the 1970s travelled back in time and started making jewellery for flappers, inspired by 1920s’ architecture. All handmade in Yorkshire, they’ve got pieces in every colourway under the sun, but these are the ones that held our eye longest (orange, green and marble, come on). £50, Toolally


Pearly delight

We’re firm believers that pearls are absolutely not just for subtle accessorising for special occasions. Zara is, too, by the looks of this go-big-or-go-home pair of danglers. Oversized with the smallest bit of gold detailing, they’d work with a simple evening dress but we like the idea of pairing them with jeans and a polo neck. £9.99, Zara


The fringe

Rather like the costume-goth styles Rodarte sent down the catwalk earlier this year, these HUGE black fringes ring around a moonstone, because of course they do. This is for unashamed impact-making only, so go the whole hog and wear them with all your hair up. £14, Nasty Gal