Pearls, Plus: 10 Ultraunique Alternatives to the Classic Stud Earring

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The perfect wedding is all about attention to detail, including gorgeous accessories to complement the dress. Here, we give you ten geometric and diamond-decked alternatives to the traditional pearl earring.

*This article appears in the Winter 2015 issue of New York Weddings.

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Delfina Delettrez

Triangle earrings with topaz, diamonds, and pearls at Opening Ceremony, 35 Howard St., nr. Crosby St.; 212-219-2688.

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Veronika Borchers for Pearl Collective

Sterling silver with freshwater pearls.

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Vita Fede

Swarovski crystal and Japanese Akoya pearls, at Edit, 1368 Lexington Ave. at 91st St.; 212-876-1368.

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Satomi Kawakita

Twin pearl studs at Catbird, 219 Bedford Ave. at N. 4th St., Williamsburg; 718-599-3457.

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Sophie Bille Brahe

Elipse Nuit with Tahitian pearl and Elipse Blanc with South Sea pearl, both at Dover Street Market, 160 Lexington Ave., nr. 30th St.; 646-837-7750.

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Melissa Joy Manning

Gold-caged Tahitian-pearls at 12 Wooster St., nr. Canal St.; 212-219-2194.

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Elsa Peretti

Tahitian Keshi pearls and diamonds at Tiffany & Co., 727 Fifth Ave. at 57th St.; 212-755-8000.

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Lillot

Echoes earring with Swarovski pearls at 223 Jay St., nr. Chapel St., Downtown Brooklyn; 347-450-7050.

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Ana Khouri

Transformed Jane earring with yellow-gold and white pearls, at Dover Street Market.

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Jeweliq

Plated base metal and acrylic.

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