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Friday Five Equestrian Earrings

Friday Five: Equestrian Earrings

I’m almost out of equestrian jewelry ideas, so make sure to relish these last few Friday five posts! I don’t usually wear earrings except for special occasions, but they do really help spruce up a work outfit and I think hunter girls in pearls are like peanut butter and jelly. It’s tough to find equestrian earrings that aren’t… strange. For some reason it seems every designer wants to put a horse’s head on my earlobe, but I just don’t find that particularly attractive [maybe that’s just me though]. Every other type of design is so outrageously expensive I almost choked on my coffee more than once doing research for this post. Seriously, I don’t have $200 to spend a pair of earrings, although I’m sure Georgina Bloomberg does; too bad I’m not her.

#1 Gold Stitched Equestrian Earrings

$30.99 from Zappos.com

Ralph Lauren has a pretty awesome lineup of equestrian-inspired clothing and jewelry, but usually it’s just out of my price range. So I was super stoked at my awesome internet sleuthing skills when I came across these darling gold small stitch earrings by the famous designer. I’m not sure anyone else will ever really notice that these are equestrian earrings, per say, but honestly that’s why I like them so much.

#2 Snaffle Bit Dangle Equestrian Earrings

$35.99 from BlingJewelry.com

Don’t let the creepy website URL turn you away from these cute and inexpensive equestrian earrings. I get so tired of seeing everyone at the barn where studs, thatΒ I just had to have these high on my list. I know they’re maybe not the safest piece of jewelry to wear, but if we’re being honest we probably shouldn’t wear any jewelry to the barn at all… and where’s the fun in that?! Anyways, I think these earrings are classy and timeless… so what are you waiting for?!

#3 Lucky Clover Horseshoe Earrings

$24.95 from BackintheSaddle.com

A little bit more fun than your typical horseshoe earrings, these have clovers for extra luck. I think these would be really fun for an equestrian outing like a clinic, horse show or even a night out with your barnmates [post-lesson margaritas are thing, right?].

#4 Stirrup Equestrian Earrings

$12.99 from EquestrianCollections.com

Have I mentioned that I really like Kelly Herd’s jewelry designs? Usually her stuff is pretty pricey, but these are both really, really pretty and totally affordable! In fact, they’re the cheapest option on today’s list. So do yourself a favor and splurge on a special treat for yourself.

#5 Silver Horse Equestrian Earrings

$69.90 from JenuinelyJeni.com

I know I said a lot of equestrian earrings are kind of hokey, and these are dangerously close to that. But for some reason, the Taurus earring just caught my eye… it’s kind of cute in an artsy way and I just had to put them on my list. I promise not to be offended when you squash my design sense on these ones though πŸ™‚

Friday Five Equestrian Earrings

 

Tracy

Fly On Over is an equestrian lifestyle blog devoted to connecting horse lovers around the world. By providing equestrians with practical tips and tricks related to horse ownership, discussing training techniques for horse and rider, as well as covering industry news.

9 thoughts to “Friday Five: Equestrian Earrings”

  1. I’m not an earring wearer. I do wear earrings (even have 3 holes each side), but they are the same ones every day for the past 7 or so years in just the first holes. Small diamond hoop ear-huggers. So no surprise that I’m attracted to your #1 since they have similar shape. Also I’m a super sucker for buckles and stitching. Bonus that I’m a mixed metals wearing girl, so could totally do yellow gold. Darn you and your goodie fridays πŸ˜›

  2. I’ve been on the hunt for a simple not extortionately priced pair of simple horseshoe studs for nearly 2 years now. I think i finally found a pair I am willing to splurge slightly on through marvelous instagram!
    Have loved these features – am still thinking about the fox head ring…must nab myself one actually ☺

    Ps: I know you did necklaces already…but pendants would be cute. You know long hippe/bohoo type equestrian chains

    1. I don’t wear dangly earrings to the barn or to the gym, but I don’t mind wearing them to work or out on the town πŸ™‚

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