Top 10 Most Unusual Women’s Earrings in the World

Are you bored with following traditions? Do you want to get rid of the traditional accessories that you already have and replace them with other ones that are non-traditional and really weird? Why not? You can really do it, but you have first to know what you will buy. There are many unbelievable designs that are used for making the unusual earrings. Most of the new designs of the unusual earrings, if it is not all of them, are more suitable for casual occasions and it is impossible for them to be worn on formal occasions. The unusual earrings differ in their sizes, colors, materials and shapes. The best feature that can be found in these unusual earrings is that they are very simple and their designs are derived from the surrounding items that we see and use every day.


LED earrings
LED earrings

The materials that are used for making the non-traditional earrings are simple and cheap as you can find earrings which are made of tin wire which is light in its weight and can be easily formed or other earrings which are made through using crochet patterns or even screws. Using simple and cheap materials is also good for you as you can start making these weird earrings on your own without the need to be a professional person.

Glass earrings
Glass earrings


Choosing one of these earrings to be presented as a gift for those whom you love will be a perfect and funny idea that will impress them. Unfortunately, wearing these unusual earrings is limited to those girls who are still young as they suit their age unlike other women who are old and need something classic, not casual, to be worn.


Sara Nagi

Sara Nagi is an Egyptian writer and activist. After earning a degree in English literature from Cairo University, she began working as a journalist and publishing articles on social issues.Nagi rose to prominence with her debut short story collection "Hawaween" in 2008, which explored feminist themes and was groundbreaking for Arabic literature at the time. She has since published several other acclaimed short story collections and novels that have been translated into multiple languages.In addition to her literary work, Nagi co-founded Basma, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting women survivors of violence and single mothers. She has been vocal on women's rights issues in Egypt through columns, public speaking engagements and advocacy campaigns.Her contributions to both Arabic fiction and social activism have earned Nagi several international awards, including the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature from the American University in Cairo. Forbes Middle East recognized her as one of the 100 most powerful Arab women in 2018.Nagi continues to push boundaries with her writing while raising awareness about gender equality through her work with Basma and other organizations.
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