So you have an ear cuff  adorning for the first time can be tricky, but with a bit of practice, putting it on becomes as intuitive as slipping into any other type of jewel. Designed to hug the curve on the outside edge of your ear, ear cuffs come in many shapes and guises but the one thing that remains true is that they usually require no piercings at all.

A fresh take on the hoop earring, the ear cuff is becoming one of our favourite summer accessories. The epitome of versatility, the ear cuff comes in a range of different shapes and styles and doesn’t require any piercings giving you free reign over how you wear it. Meanwhile the simplicity of the ear cuff means it can be easily paired with stud, hoop and drop earrings. The above large vine ear cuff can be layered with other ear cuffs or simply worn on its own. Large Vine Gold Ear cuff

In fact, the hardest thing about wearing an ear cuff is simply learning how to put it on. If not put on correctly, ear cuffs can be quite uncomfortable or may not be secure enough and could fall off. Avoid this by finding your best fit with this method that works with any ear cuff. First slip the cuff over the thinnest part of your ear, which is usually at the top and then slide it down to where it sits comfortably and securely.

Our elegant and contemporary feather ear cuffs are perfect for both everyday and evening wear. The feather gently wraps around the ear in varying positions, add to helix or cartilage for an floating ear effect, you'll forget you're wearing one! These ear cuffs can be used on helix and cartilage ear piercing as well as lobe. Feathers have been seen as good luck charms for years and are also seen to suggest the presence of angels. 


This sterling silver with gold vermeil wire ear cuff is super cute, fun and easy to use. You can wear it in different places on your ears. It allows you to try different styles without pain and commitment. No piercing is required to wear it, just put it on and press a little till it perfectly wraps around your ear. It is made to fit an average adult ear.


1 Start at the top of the ear where the cartilage is thin and slide the ear cuff all of the way flush onto the ear at the opening in the cuff ring. (Holding your ear taunt with one hand helps this.) Then slide the ear cuff down to the middle of your ear, while simultaneously turning it toward your face. This helps guide the ear cuff over the ridge in your cartilage and to drop into canal where it needs to sit. A test of whether the ear cuff is on correctly is to pull it to the side (horizontal with your shoulders) – if you feel resistance – it is on correctly. If it comes right off – you guessed it!

2 If you find they ache after a bit of wear, your earcuffs are on too tight. If that happens, open the ring just slightly. Once you have a comfortable fit for you, sliding it off the way you put them on will make sure you keep it. They can and should be so comfortable that you forget you’re wearing them