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White Circuit Earrings Let You Flaunt Your Inner Geek

by Hazel Chua
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Last week, we saw how girls can show off their gamer sides by putting on some gamer necklaces by Deadly Pretty Design. As a girl who’s really into video games herself, I can say that I definitely can’t wait to get my hands on one of those necklaces. I like the Xbox 360 one best.

If you’re anything like me, then you’ll also want to complement those gorgeous gamer necklaces with aptly themed earrings, like these white vintage circuit earrings that are made from an old circuit board.

Vintage White Circuit Earrings

I like how a lot of designers are coming up with pieces that showcase geekery at their finest and most fashionable best. You might get a couple of lot of stares from other people who see you with these earrings on. But in my opinion, they’re a really fun and fashionable way of displaying geeky side with a chic vibe.

Vintage White Circuit Earrings

I’m heading off to order a pair of these myself on Sparkover’s Shop on Etsy now. They’re available for $20 a pair, by the way.

[via Gadgets Matrix]

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