THE KENDRA (SILVER)
THE REYA (BLACK)
THE REYA (BLUE)
THE NATASHA (GOLD)
THE SKYLAR (SILVER)
THE JADA (SILVER)
THE NATASHA (SILVER)
THE REYA (PINK)
THE KENDRA (GOLD)
THE JADA (GOLD)
THE SKYLAR (GOLD)
THE RILEY (Larimar)
THE RILEY (Black Onyx)
THE CYNTHIA (Rose Quartz)
THE CYNTHIA (Green Amethyst)
THE CYNTHIA (Aqua Chalcedony)
THE CYNTHIA (Brazilian Amethyst)
THE MAGNOLIA (Green Amethyst)
THE CYNTHIA (Pink Chalcedony)
THE CYNTHIA (Blue Quartz)
THE CYNTHIA (Peridot)
THE CYNTHIA (Citrine)
THE RILEY (Apatite)
Jimena Alejandra's Stud Earrings: The Must-Have Accessory for Any Outfit
Are you looking for the perfect stud earrings? You're in luck! A pair of stud earrings is a must-have in any jewellery collection. Whether you wear them every day or save them for special occasions, they are a classic accessory that can be dressed up or down.
There are many different styles of stud earrings to choose from, so it is important to find a pair that suits your taste. At Jimena Alejandra, we offer a wide range of pierced and clip-on stud earrings adorned in semiprecious gemstones and white gold stud earrings. Or, opt for a simple pair of sterling silver stud earrings if you prefer a more understated look. On the other hand, if you want to make more of a statement, go for a pair with a flower stud earring, colourful turquoise stud earring or pearl stud earring. So whether you're looking for simple clip-on or more intricate pierced earrings, we have a style to fit your needs. So browse our collection today and find the perfect pair of earrings!
No matter your style, stud earrings are an essential piece of jewellery that will always be in fashion.
What is a stud earring?
A stud earring is a type of earring with a small gem or ball on end, held in place by a metal post that goes through the earlobe. Stud earrings are usually very simple and understated, a popular choice for everyday wear.
How to take off stud earrings?
To remove stud earrings, gently twist the backing off of the earring. Once the backing is removed, the earring can be pulled out of the earlobe.
How to measure earring stud size?
The easiest way to measure earring stud size is with a ruler. Place the ruler against the back of the earlobe, where the earring stud would sit. The measurement in millimetres is the size of the earring stud. For example, if the ruler measures 4 mm, the earring stud size is 4 mm.
How to take a stud earring out?
To remove a stud earring, grasp the earring with a pair of needle-nose pliers and gently twist it back and forth until it loosens. Once it is loose enough, you should be able to pull it out by hand. If the earring is particularly tight, you may need to use a small amount of lubricant on the earring post to help loosen it.
What gauge is a stud earring?
A stud earring is typically 18 gauge. This means that the wire thickness is 1.0 mm.
How to fix a broken stud earring?
There are a few ways to fix a broken stud earring. One way is to use clear nail polish or super glue to reattach the back of the earring to the post. Another way is to use a small piece of wire to create a new loop on the back of the earring.
What is the back of a stud earring called?
The back of a stud earring is typically called a butterfly clutch. This small metal piece attaches to the back of the earring and helps keep it in place.
What is the smallest stud earring size?
The smallest size for a stud earring is typically 20 gauge, about 0.8mm in diameter. However, some companies may make smaller sizes, such as 18 gauge or even 16 gauge. It depends on the company and the style of earrings.