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Deal of the Day: September 7
A classic pair of stud earrings never goes out of style, which is why we love today's deal of 65 percent off Fire earrings from Sonia Hou. But these jewels offer more than meets the eye.
The pair, which originally retail for $179, can be worn three different ways — the stud alone, and the stud with a golden triangle accent behind the ear lobe or in front of the ear lobe. It's like you're getting three pairs of earrings for the price of one!
They're plated in 24 karat gold and come in 5 different colors to match any outfit!
Fire Earrings in White Quartz, $63 (originally $179), Sonia Hou
Fire Earrings in Black Onyx, $63 (originally $179), Sonia Hou
Fire Earrings in Amazonite, $63 (originally $179), Sonia Hou
Fire Earrings in Pink Coral, $63 (originally $179), Sonia Hou
Fire Earrings in Denim Lapis Lazuli, $63 (originally $179), Sonia Hou
You may also recognize the style from the 2018 Winter Olympics because figure skater Mirai Nagasu wore them the night she became the third woman to ever complete the triple axel in olympic competition.
Sounds like a gold medal deal to us!