These angelic blue Swarovski Crystal earrings will provide you with a dazzling glow you didn’t know was missing.
Wear them alone, or pair them with as many accessories as you’d like, and they’ll still make eyes turn. The richness of the blue Swarovski Rivoli can’t help but stand out, and as a result, it can’t help but make you feel utterly enchanting – like royalty.
Whether you choose to wear them for daily use or only for a special occasion, the unique handmade design of these earrings will act as great conversation starters.
The inspiration behind this piece
Have you heard of Gloria Swanson? If you haven’t, let me tell you. Not only was she the most successful and highest-paid stars of the 1920s, but she was also quite the fashion icon. As a silent film actress, she earned about $20,000 per week, most of which she spent on her extravagant lifestyle. While she lost popularity once talkies took off, she regained her throne as a leading lady when she stared in Sunset Boulevard as Norma Desmond, a faded, reclusive & delusional silent film star who dreams of making a comeback. Here’s a famous clip from the movie where she recites a most iconic quote, “Alright, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my closeup.”
Her sense of style highlighted her larger than life personality. These stylish earrings are designed with that exuberant spirit in mind and are only available online. The angelic Swaravskie blue crystal focal bead beautifully captures the light at every angle, creating a prism-like effect.
If you prefer something a little more classic, I think you’ll love the Anna May Heart Shaped Earrings, a lovely set of earrings that are perfect for daily use, or the Audrey Pearl Necklace, an elegant handmade pearl necklace suitable for any occasion.
– Stainless Steel Earring Hooks *
– Gunmetal-Plated Findings
– Swarovski Crystal Rivoli
– Seed Beads
– Glass Beads
* If you have sensitive ears, please watch this video or read this article where I explore which metals are hypoallergenic. Stainless steel earring hooks may contain nickel, which is often the cause of irritation.