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Trend to Try: Double-Sided Earrings

Trend to Try: Double-Sided Earrings(Source: Kevin Winter/Getty Images North America, Jason Merritt/Getty Images North America)When it comes to statement jewelry of late, ears are having all the fun. We've seen ear cuffs. We've seen ear climbers. And now, we're besotted with the bounty of double-sided styles stars such as Angelina Jolie and Emma Watson have recently rocked. Why look fab just from the font when you can dazzle in 360 degrees?

Trend to Try: Double-Sided Earrings(Source: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images North America, Mike Windle/Getty Images North America)Since we first spotted Christian Dior's double-pearl studs on the Fall 2013 runway (and subsequently on everyone from Jennifer Lawrence to Hanneli Mustaparta), we've noticed several sub-species within the front-and-back–earring genus. There are minimalist double-sided danglers like the pair Lupita Nyong'o sported this spring. There are charming little ear jackets that, like Amber Heard's above, combine a stud front with a fanciful, lobe-hugging back. 

Trend to Try: Double-Sided Earrings(Source: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America)Then there's Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's clever little arrow earring from jeweler Anita Ko, which we'd argue is in a class of it's own.

The only rules for pulling off the double-sided look? Pull your hair back, so we can admire your baubles from every angle. Shop our picks, below. 

Trend to Try: Double-Sided Earrings(Source: Nasty Gal, Shopbop, Barney's)Nasty Gal Mess With The Bull Earrings, $18, at Nasty GalPamela Love Five Spike Stud Earrings, $255, at ShopbopFallon Pearl Bead & Spike Stud Earrings, $100, at Barney's
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