Feminist 80's Heart Printed Laser Cut Acrylic Earrings
Feminist 80's Printed Laser Cut Acrylic Earrings
Stand out from the crowd in these statement printed Feminist 80's Heart earrings by Harlem Starlet. These earrings are bold and a great talking point. These earrings come with your choice of top, choose from the dropdown box.
We love the 80's and these earrings were designed with the pastel colours & neon signs of the 80's in mind.
Be noticed in our fun & kawaii modern earrings, brooches & accessories. Our pieces combine lightweight acrylic with a bit of cheek, for those who appreciate unique, handmade products made in Australia.
We can also customize the backs of these earrings to clip ons, choose this in the dropdown box.
All of our fabulous earrings are designed & assembled in our studio in Melbourne. All Harlem Starlet pieces are printed on premium 3mm Acrylic in Australia.
Hardware: Stainless Steel pierced posts or Clip On
Height (including top ear stud): 52mm
Width (widest part): 39mm
How long does it take to make these?
Your earrings will ship 2-3 business days after purchase (excludes public holidays).
All items ship from Melbourne, Australia.
How do I prolong the life of my Harlem Starlet pieces?
Read our caring for acrylic jewellery & accessories guide here
Yes, we do custom designs! Contact us if you have an idea in mind.
About Acrylic Jewellery:
Laser cut acrylic jewellery like brooches, earrings & necklaces are so versatile that they can be worn with just about any outfit and for any occasion. Adding a bit of glitter or colour to even the most basic outfit can make it just that much more cute, and our pieces are created to get people talking. All Harlem Starlet laser cut earrings, brooches, necklaces and accessories are made by hand in small batches so they're as unique as you.
All Harlem Starlet products are made with love in our studio in Melbourne and where possible we up-cycle off-cuts and recycle materials to reduce our carbon footprint.
Model pic is same sized earring but different style, modeled by the amazing Ms Gracie Buntine