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Amanda’s Style File: 15 Fabulous Shoulder Dusters
This season, earrings are going to great lengths to get noticed.
This season, earrings are going to great lengths to get noticed; shoulder-dusting lengths to be precise. Long, linear earrings have been popping up all over the red carpet and filling runways for the past few seasons.
But not every woman thinks she can wear these super-long beauties. For those customers, go a little shorter but keep this style handy.
As with all jewelry trends, shoulder dusters can be adapted to suit the needs of customers. Remember, however, that fashionable jewelry helps bring in different clientele and will freshen up showcases, ads and social media feeds.
In this edition of Amanda’s Style File, we bring you 15 shoulder duster earrings to explore.
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