This week we love … earrings to accessorise our face coverings

There’s a new accessory in our wardrobe … face coverings. Whether you’re going down the surgical root or have invested in a colour-block cotton, we’re all desperately trying to find a way to add a little spark and glamour to these face masks.

The #PushTEAM have rounded up some of their favourite jewellery finds to help accessorise your face coverings. If the city can’t see one half of our face and the gorgeous new lipstick we’re sporting, then we’ll dazzle everyone with our ears …

White Space – Oona Empress Earrings

“The Oona Empress Earrings are those special showstoppers that everyone will ask you about. Constructed of 14k solid recycled gold with a detachable freshwater baroque pearl, the front curve has been hand-shaped and meticulously cast and polished” White Space

One Six Five – Bar Fringe Ear Jackets

“A fun, festive statement! Chain ‘jacket’ swings with your every move. Handmade in the US in 14k gold” One Six Five

Otiumberg – Laguna Hoops

“The Laguna Hoops are part of the Otiumber x Taylr Anne Collection. The perfect summer hoops, designed as a piece for life not just a trend. These gold hoops will effortlessly take you from the beaches of LA to the streets of London. Crafted in gold vermeil on sterling silver” Otiumberg

Dinny Hall – My World Sun Charm Drop Earrings

“These My World collectable sun charm earrings feature a sun motif in 22k gold vermeil with a brushed centre” Dinny Hall

Eli-O – The Theia Earrings

“Theia was the Titan goddess of sight and shining. Theia is described as the goddess of all that glitters after whom men honoured gold as the most powerful shining object. The Theia earrings are your ears’ perfect compliment. Wear these earrings and let yourself shine” Eli-O

brigitta. – Night & Day Earrings

“Handmade asymmetric earrings, made from casting piece of agate crystal. Featuring a high polish smooth finish on the flat front and back, with contrasting uneven edges” brigitta.

Oma The Label – Obi Hoop

“The perfect way to make a subtle statement. It’s your time to shine and these hoops sparkle on another level. Made with surgical steel which are hypo-allergenic” Oma The Label

Omi Woods – The Ethopian Coptic Cross Stud Earrings

“The Ethiopian Cross is one of the most detailed of all crosses. Its intricate lattice work represents eternal life. The cross universally is a symbol of the crossroads, intersecting consciousness and dimensions, and the choices we make in life. Handcrafted with precious metals using the traditional lost-wax casting technique” Omi Woods

Maya Magal – Maria Hoop Earrings

“A modern interpretation of the traditional hoop silhouette, the Maria Hoop Earring features a half-moon shape, creating an instant architectural and effortless elegance to any everyday outfit” Maya Magal

Kimaï – Felicity Earring

“With an eye-catching silhouette, the Felicity earring is sure to turn heads. Handcrafted from recycled 18k gold and lab-grown diamonds, the Felicity hugs the curve of your ear but requires just one piercing” Kimaï

Sweet Pea – Crystal Healing ‘Strength’ Earrings

“These small hoop cluster earrings help promote strength in the wearer as they are made from a mixture of semi-precious stones such as dark labradorite, smoky quartz and dark amethyst, whose properties are said to boost inner strength” Sweet Pea

Roxanne Rajcoomar Hadden – Aglio E Olio Studs

“All Italian dishes begin the same way, with thin slices of garlic. These Garlic and Olive Oil Earrings pay hommage to this most wonderous bulb. Handmade in 9ct Fair Trade Yellow Gold. RRH Jewellery

Manom Jewellery – Sunrays of Love Hoop Earrings

“Handmade in London, these earrings feature a heart motif and are made of 22ct gold-plated on silver” Manom Jewellery

Rachel Jackson – Electric Goddess Statement Hoops

“Unleash your inner electric woman in these must-have hoops. In 22 carat gold plated sterling silver. The perfect update to your wardrobe. Iconic art deco sun inspired design, light enough to wear from desk to dinner” – Rachel Jackson

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