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Ear for Detail

This fall sees a swell of filigree earrings.

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Banana Republic's filigree earrings are a cheap way to hop on a fall trend.  

The wide, chunky chandelier earrings of 2003 have gone the way of the Ugg boot, but that doesn’t mean hip jewelry has been downsized. This fall sees a swell of filigree earrings, hand-fashioned from precious metals, usually with a few hanging beads of semiprecious stones. Lacy gold and silver danglers from Yvone Christa average $180 to $200, and at Kirna Zabête, Zani Gugelmann’s Peruvian confections are mostly around $700. But Banana Republic’s 22-karat-gold-plated sterling-silver earrings with rose-quartz or garnet drop stones cost just $38 (see br.com for store locations), which should leave you with enough cash to indulge in fall’s other romantic trends: silk and lace camisole tops, round-toe shoes, and giant vintage brooches.


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