You can say that gold hoops are your simple gold stud’s fun and party-going sister. They add a touch of playful gold shine to your ears but at the same time still look sleek and delicate. Not to mention, they definitely stand the test of time. They’re a classic style that’s very well used and abused in any girl’s jewelry box—from the sartorial office goer to the J.Lo-loving club scenester.

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Hot topic: 6 Local Brands to Check Out for Dainty Minimalist Necklaces

So if you haven’t found that pair you can wear anywhere, we present to you 10 local online stores that offer minimalist hoop earrings that don't tarnish. You’ll want to shop, stat!

Luisa Jewellery

Offering stainless steel and gold-plated pieces with an undeniable cool-girl twist, Luisa Jewellery should be your go-to for stylish accessories that are both simple and unique. And did we mention that they’re incredibly affordable? We’re talking a P300 to P500 prince range for quality hoops! Our faves would be their chunky lobe-hugging Lennon hoops and gold Dylan set, which has 3 pairs of earrings in different sizes!

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Stage Chic

If you’re more into jewelry with a pared-down shine, then shop Stage Chic’s offerings in matte gold. Their Bonnie tiny hoop is perfect for layering (if you have multiple piercings), or cop the Dee Dee if you want to experiment with size and texture.

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Nami

A brand well-loved by cool girls like Jess Wilson and Kimi Juan, Nami’s understated and raw aesthetic, gives their pieces a very organic and sculptural feel. We recommend shopping their selection of gold cuffs that you should try pairing with their Jordan Chain Earring! The Porto Hoop and high-shine Plate Hoop are also statement pieces you can easily add to your collection.

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Love & Luna

Looking for simple hoops with a touch of pearl accents? Then you’ll adore Love & Luna’s selection of pearl earrings. Their Hacer hoops and Aro de Perla styles will definitely turn heads. But if you’re looking for more of a minimalist set, the brand also has a variety of ear huggers that come as low as P150.

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Mazee

Inspired by vintage jewelry, Mazee’s designs capture the retro-minimalist internet aesthetic to a T. Well-loved by IG gals like Gabs Gibbs and Maya Nilsen, the brand’s chunky hoops are what puts them on the map. While their Donut Hoops are a must-buy if you're looking for a set of holy grail chunky hoops, you can also cop their Femme Plain Hoops and unique square-shaped Toast Huggers if you want something more simple. For the authentic vintage jewelry feel, opt for their textured hoops in styles Lolly and Dane.

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Dangle

If you’re tired of plain gold hoops, then you might want to shop this Cebu-based jewelry brand. Dangle specializes in gold-plated jewelry with faux diamond (cubic zirconia) embellishments! Despite the touch of sparkle to their hoops, their designs still look minimal and not ostentatious. We recommend shopping their ear huggers and hoops sections on their website! Our faves? Their Ball Huggers and Multi-colored Sugar Cubes Diamond pair!

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Penny Pairs

When you’re shopping for earrings online, you shouldn’t miss Penny Pairs. A favorite of influencers and celebrities like Kyle Versoza and Nicole Andersson, the local brand’s growing variety of gold hoops—in all shapes, sizes, and textured finishes—makes them a one-stop-shop for all your earring needs. We love their new Las Perlas collection that features fresh-water pearls, while their colored gold huggers are great if you'd like to add some statement brights to your ears. 

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Trinkets

Another online shop with very affordable price points—they have gold-plated hoops starting at P300—we love Trinkets’ romantic and dainty designs that are perfect for anyone who has an ultra femme sense of style. Their Via and Amity hoops are perfect for a dressy night out, or even that much-needed Zoom date at home.

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Seek Shine

For local brand Seek Shine, everything is about subtlety. Their teeny tiny hoops with subtle CZ diamonds, are great pieces to try if you’re not so into sparkle. Their Yani and colored Panama huggers, and delicate Lotty hoops, which feature a clever knotted design, are our favorites if you’re not quite sure what to cop. The best part? They offer free shipping and COD nationwide!

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Orphic

If you’ve got multiple piercings, then you’ve probably stumbled upon Orphic’s page on Instagram. Their IG features piercing and care guides along with a vast selection of delicate hoops to wrap your lobe with. We love the brand’s youthful designs—particularly their Effie earrings (with a subtle diamond stud), bestselling Eloise Hoop earrings, and their super cute basic gold heart-shaped huggers.

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