Boston Terrier Charm Earrings
Rep your fave pup - the smart and social Boston Terrier - with these adorable charm hoop earrings! These cuties feature gold-plated brass Boston Terrier charms that are just as cute as your pup (ok, not quite...). They're 1" long and terribly cute.
These hoops are compatible with all of our BYO Series charms, meaning you can now stock up on endless charm options and style them as either earrings or a necklace (sold separately). Now your jewelry can match every mood, every trend, every milestone - yessss!
Instructions for use
Our infinity hoops are the perfect way to rock a minimalist style! They are made of 14k gold fill, which is soft enough to allow you to twist them open, put them on your ear, and close them again. However, we recommend handling with care - and reading the care instructions below - to avoid bending or miss-shaping your earrings, especially after many wears.
To open the hoops: Grab each side and gently tug the hoop open until you feel the ear wire "pop" out of the hoop. Next, twist carefully in opposite directions on either side, allowing the post to open further, giving enough room to put them on. Always open the hoop with this tug then side-to-side motion - never just pull wide or bend to open.
To put on: As we mentioned above, you never want to bend them open - so it's best to put them on gently by sliding them onto the ear. Keep in mind you want to open them just enough to get them on your lobes. If you need a little more room, use the side-to-side motion noted above.
To close the hoops: Once on your ear, gently pinch the sides back together to secure in place - then, push and you'll feel the ear wire "pop" back into the hoop. This is how you'll know you're ready to rock & roll!
✨Pro tip✨ Since the infinity hoops are designed to look exactly the same front and back , we recommend inserting the hoops through your piercing from behind the earlobe - probably the opposite of how you're used to putting on earrings! But with these magical cuties, putting them on back to front means the closing mechanism ends up in front of your ear - so you've got way more room to work on closing the hoop gently and safely AND you can more easily utilize a mirror to see what's going on.