Drag Queen Earrings And How To Wear Them Effectively

Drag queen earrings, just like other jewelry, must follow some rules of use in order to be effective. As a rule of thumb, they must never be overdone. A pair of oversized drag queen earrings are enough. Unless of course, you’re playing the role of a clown or starring in a parody, in which case, you can overstock yourself with a bunch of larger-than-life jewels.

You can earn the respect of your peers by selecting one statement piece while downplaying the rest of your jewelry. It’s okay to wear a set, but mixing and matching everything can contribute to your demise on stage rather than contributing to your glory.

Here are more rules you shouldn’t be breaking, unless you want the style police to come after you. Don’t wear statement necklaces with casual wear. And here are two big no-nos: Wearing a watch with a bracelet and mixing metals.

However, you do need your earrings to match your bracelet. Wear big earrings only if you’re going out. And pearls? By all means you should wear them only if you want to look older, like your mother.

Playing a role with an office for a setting? Show your finesse by sticking to stud earrings that complement or match your getup. A watch or bracelet, a ring, a pair of earrings, and a necklace would be enough. Anything more is a recipe for disaster.

When you’re stacking up on rings, wearing one bracelet is enough. However, when your ears are adorned with earrings, one necklace will do. To look bold onstage, one statement jewelry should be enough.

Were you cast for a formal event? Wear only one over-sized piece. For example, you can go for either a statement necklace or standout earrings, never both.

For short skirts, it’s great to accessorize with chandelier earrings or other large earrings. For jeans wear, however, cuffed bracelets should do the job.

Your hair or wig needs to work with your jewelry. Do you know? A sleek or a short hairdo looks excellent with a large pair of hoop earrings. There are many types of earrings. Stocking up on them will help keep you ready for any competition.

They don’t have to be real. Fancies are good so long as they fit the occasion. For example, if you’re portraying the role of the typical college girl, it doesn’t make sense to wear all the real stuff, unless of course, you happen to be playing the role of an Ivy League coed.

From delicate stud earrings to large hoops, there is a whole world of beautiful jewelry out there. But as always, there are rules to follow in order to avoid mistakes that can affect your standing as a true queen to reckon with.

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