Hoop Earrings Are Making a Major Comeback—Our 7 Favorite Pairs
You'll want to wear these every single day.
Last weekend, I went to a housewarming party, and looking around the room, I noticed that almost every single woman was wearing nearly-identical earrings: a pair of thin, big hoop earrings in glinting metallics. The hoop earring is officially making its comeback. Considering the return of popular trends from the '70s and '90s, the resurgence of the hoop earring comes as no surprise. But this time around, the trend is coming full circle—it's not just thin, oversized hoops that we're seeing everywhere, but also marbled resin versions, teeny-tiny gold stunners, and jewel-adorned pairs. Here are 7 of our favorite big hoop earrings to jumpstart your search.
These glimmering rose-gold beauties by Gorjana will add a little sparkle to every outfit. These slender hoops also come in gold and silver, but the rose gold option is really catching our eye.
To buy: $60, nordstrom.com.
Melissa Joy Manning Gold Hoop Earrings
Right now, hoops are showing up in all shapes and sizes, including these ultra-delicate versions. If you have multiple piercings, line up several tiny gold hoops in different styles.
To buy: $175; net-a-porter.com.
Elise Hoop Earrings
For hoops with extra flair, choose this glass stone pair. Priced at just $42, you can join in on the trend without buyer's remorse.
To buy: $42; shopbop.com.
Alison Lou Jelly Lucite Hoop Earrings
Want a pair of statement hoops that are surprisingly versatile? You just found them. These "Medium Jelly" lucite earrings are hand painted with bright-blue enamel, plus they come in four additional neon hues.
To buy: $145; net-a-porter.com.
Classic gold hoops are being reenvisioned in fresh shapes, including this elegant teardrop option. Whether you're getting ready for date night, a work party, or a wedding, these hoops are the perfect finishing touch.
To buy: $25, stories.com.