These are the Nina Proudman earrings I’ve been looking for
Did you watch Offspring‘s season finale last night? I’ve actually been a a bit detached from this current season, but the finale promos alluding to more heartache for Nina had me on death-watch surveillance. And guess what? No one flipping died. What? (I still ate half a brownie, eating my anticipating-another-Offspring-god-awful-death feelings.)
Still, I found myself rather observant of Nina’s wardrobe this season, despite the fact that I’m shorter, fatter and older than Nina Proudman. But her earrings! That I can pull off!
I’ve tracked down some of the actual earrings Nina wears throughout the series, as well as some super-nice affordable options. Let’s go.
Above: Rock Finders Keepers Nina hammered earrings in rose, $119, from Voult.
Above: Maya teardrop earrings in white agate, $69, by Nicole Fendel.
Above: David Neale Fiori 18ct gold stud earrings, $800, from Pieces of Eight.
Above: Rock Finders Keepers Jema domed hammered teardrop earrings with statement hook, $139 from Voult.
Above (top left): Get the look with Hammered Discover Petal earrings in
Rose Gold, $89, by Nicole Fendel; (bottom right): Rock Finders Keepers Harlow small domed hammered disc earrings in Rose, $99, from Voult.
Looking for something cheaper?
Here are some more affordable alteratives for Nina’s delicate boho-style drop earrings, starting at $12.93. My pick? Country Road’s Drop bead earrings, reduced to $15 from $39.95.
Above (clockwise from top left): Laviandbelle Golden sun earrings, $38 from Hard to Find; ASOS Sun Catcher Mini Earrings, $12.93 from ASOS; Laviandbelle Golden green clover earrings, $38 from Hard to Find; and Gem Drop Earring, $39.95 from Country Road.
Above (clockwise from top left): Lily Lotus Petal hammered earrings, $59 from Misuzi; ASOS Gold Plated Sterling Silver Hamsa Hand hoop earrings, $25.86 from ASOS; Brushed Tearshape earrings, $35 from Tree of Life; and Drop bead earrings, discounted to $15, from Country Road.
Tell me: which Nina earrings would you buy? Let me know in the comments below.
Nina photos courtesy of Offspring/Ten Network.