9 of the best statement earrings for every price point

Whether you go big and bold or slightly more refined, statement earrings quickly add the perfect level of polish to an otherwise off-duty outfit.

It’s therefore unsurprising that they’ve well and truly become the accessory trend of the moment – to the point where luxury department store Liberty has seen a 30% rise in the sale of earrings.

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Liberty London

Ruby Chadwick, Fashion Accessories buyer for the store, explains: ‘This trend continues to reign strong in any size and fits all. The easiest and most playful way to nod to any of the season’s trends, whether it be glitz or citrus.’

Here’s our pick of the bunch, with something for every price point.


Spread the word with these intricate handcrafted pieces from Alex Monroe’s Summer of Love collection.
Alex Monroe Hope and Love earrings, £345, Liberty

Face Off

An Insta trend if there ever was one! Everyone from JW Anderson and Celine to Etsy sellers and Mango is making faces – and we say it’s a bandwagon worth jumping on.
Gold face earrings, £8.99, H&M

Heavy Metal

For the more reserved in nature, keep things simple and opt for a minimalist style – just go large.
Large gold fork earrings, £35, & Other Stories


An oldie but a goldie, hoops are back with a twist (literally).
Twist hoop earrings, £10, Topshop


Go contemporary with a mix of unusual shapes and bold colours.
Green graphic earrings, £8, Miss Selfridge


Not just for party season, a good tassel earring is a wardrobe must-have.
Nude tassel disc earrings, £9.99, New Look

The Drop

As subtle as it gets, the drop is the upgraded version of the old faithful ‘dangly’ pair – super sleek, and goes with everything.
Gold bar drop earrings, £16, Oliver Bonas


For the costume jewellery fan among us, these 80s throwbacks add a touch of glamour.
Bow earrings, £445, Gucci at Liberty


Warning: not for the neat freaks.
Pearl shape earrings, £12, Simply Be

Feature by Stephanie Sofokleous