dan·glers | ˈdaŋ-gəlrz
An earring style that includes a focal point which drops below the earlobe and is intentionally flexible so as to dangle to and fro
Danglers are a subclass of drop earrings. Dangle earrings are the type of earrings you may see swing from side to side. Generally speaking, dangle earrings hang below the earlobes and sway as a person speaks or moves. The length of this style of earring truly varies based on the brand, however, some hang so low they brush against the shoulder. Dangle earrings come in my forms and styles, such as wire, chain (extending from a hook); or, even in the form of charms, beads, or gemstones. Chandeliers are a specific niche of dangle earrings. LIke the traditional dangle earring, they hang below the ears, however, their structure stretches until it bears resemblance to a chandelier. It comes as no surprise that chandelier earrings are perceived more lavish and lush than supplemental styles.Furthermore, dangle earrings comprise several branches of various segments that all mend together as one grand piece. All in all, dangle earrings certainly provide an elegant look, especially when the hair is pulled back.