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As the first points of sparkle a person sees when they look at you, you’ll want to make sure your lobes are suitably lustrous. And there are no more elegant ear accessories than diamond studs, which make for a dazzling first impression.
Thanks to their ear-hugging design, these earrings appear to float on the earlobe as if weightless in space. Whether you opt for the classic basket or super-trendy martini style setting, you’re bound to be flushed with finesse.
Stud-y up on diamond stud earrings with our essential guide.
Diamond studs come in a choice of fab settings including pavé, martini, and basket, each offering varying degrees of comfort and style, as well as durability. To help you decide between them, let’s take a closer look at two of the more popular setting styles.
Traditional four or six-prong basket settings afford a reasonably good fit. In these diamond studs, the diamond is set low in the frame, so it sits flat against the earlobe.
Four-Prong Earring Settings
Timeless and stunning, round-cut diamond stud earrings add a classic elegance to any occasion.
Princess-Cut Stud Earrings
Another classic pair, these stud earrings feature a princess-cut diamond set in a light four-prong wire basket.
Scallop Basket Diamond Earrings
Designed to accent the beauty of the round brilliant diamond, these earrings feature six prongs and a scalloped basket.
Named for their conical shape, which resembles a martini glass, martini settings are very in right now due to their super-flush fit. Their narrow bottom means that the diamond can be set even closer to the earlobe than standard basket-style settings. Not only do you get a well-balanced and comfortable fit, but the low profile reveals less metal and more diamond.
Three-Prong Martini Style Earrings
These martini settings are constructed to the exact size of the center diamonds, ensuring that the stones sit perfectly flush with the settings.
Diamond Pavé Halo Frame Settings
Not your everyday diamond stud, this design combines the three-prong martini with a diamond pavé frame.
As a rule of thumb, the snugger the diamond is against the ear, the better. Besides looking more elegant and refined, a flush setting protects the diamond from undue wear and tear.
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