Ear cuffs need a revival: fantasy elf ears and rainbow feathers #Fashion#fantasy wedding#jewelry#peacock feathers#rainbow#steampunk#superficial snack Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Jan 19 2012) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Metal elf ears! Source: etsy.com on Pinterest I was coveting these fantastic elf ear cuffs on Pinterest, and at the same time Megan found them on the Tribe! You guys are always finding the cool stuff. But it made me think: what the hell is happening with ear cuffs these days, and why isn't everyone wearing them? Here are a few selections to whet your appetite for amazing ear decor: Oooh, steampunk-y. Source: etsy.com on Pinterest Peacock feathers. Source: etsy.com on Pinterest Rainbow feathers. Source: etsy.com on Pinterest Source: etsy.com on Pinterest Has anyone been rockin' the cuff lately? Anyone planning on nabbing one for their wedding ensemble? Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. PREVIOUS What to do when an uninvited guest RSVPs for the wedding you didn't invite them to attend NEXT Lotte & David's games and dance DIY fête of love Show/Hide comments [ 15 ] Totally agree. Another '90s trend that is so overdue for revival? the scrunchie. Reply This isn't really an entirely related answer, but I have a three point helix/"coil" in my right ear that I've been trying to figure out how to make a little fancier for my silvery/sparkly festival wedding… something along these lines or with More Shiny would be awesome! I do love those peacock feathers, though… Reply I like the idea of attaching something light to it. Could work. Reply thank you so much for featuring my rainbow cuff! i really like the steampunk one up there too, its so cool. Reply I have several small ear cuffs in a drawer that are just biding their time… 🙂 The most adventerous one is a little gold man who looks like he's climbing up the back of my ear. I think if I had the rainbow feather one I would wear it every day and MAKE the trend come back! Reply That's me in the first photo with the cooper faery ear cuff! Alanya was such a great sport in making these! I bought two copper pair with different stones in each. I wear them often and always get compliments. I'm not so big on the latest trends, but my faery ears make people smile and a smile is always a good style choice 🙂 Reply I wore a cuff at our handfast, with a matching hair comb, and gave them to my bridemaids as gifts. BUT…gotta say, the elf ears are uber lush. Heart me some of those babies!!! Reply I recognize those first ones. They're killer-amazing but out of my price range of "just because they look cool" shopping splurges. There's a seller on Etsy that makes really colorful ones with tiny leaves on them, too. I'm saving for a purple pair. 🙂 Reply Ooh yeah, so pretty. For readers in the UK, New Moon Occult Shop is a good place to look for these; they have them listed as "earwraps". This is the link: http://www.newmoon.uk.com/jewellery/earwraps.htm but if it doesn't work, google the above name. The nicest ones are megapricey (by my standards, anyway!), but they're good inspiration for crafters too. Reply It made me sad that one of the artists had to ask people to not directly copy her designs. Shame on people stealing her work : P Reply Woah, amazing! The peacock feather one is rocking me. Can anyone say 'fascinator replacement'? *inspired* Reply these are soo neat I loved the steampunk one. Reply I LOVE EARCUFFS! I have never pierced my ears (personal reasons) but have always been jealous of some of the amazing earrings you can get. And then I discovered ear cuffs and I could have the amazing too!! Ren Faires are some of the best places to get them – I have an ear wrap that's a dragon crawling over my ear, and it's stunning and awesome and love love love this post! 🙂 Reply Is there a video or something somewhere about how to make those wire elf ears? Reply I found those particular ones on Etsy, but there are tutorials out there that you could customize to be elven-shaped. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.