Named after environmentalist Wangari Maathai* these Wangari earrings are the epitome of small and mighty.
These cube studs are mostly red with beautiful pink and white splattered throughout. Whatever you know about pink and red, throw that out and pop these Wangari earrings on!
Sometimes we feel too small to have an impact but not with these earrings!
Where to wear? School, university, work, hot date, not so hot date, hanging out on the couch watching The Bachelor, the Gym, the Supermarket, Opening the door to Uber Eats, shopping, that fancy new bar, An environmental protest, picking up rubbish off the beach, Big birthday party, small dinner... ANYWHERE!!
*Who is Wangari Maathai?
Wangari Maathai worked tirelessly for both land conservation and women’s rights. She was the founder of the Green Belt movement, which focused on environmental conservation and women’s rights, in her native country of Kenya. In addition to being honored by many world leaders for her efforts, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 for her approach to sustainable development, democracy and peace.
Made from resin, with surgical steel posts to suit most sensitive ears.
Flock Curiosity Assembly make earrings that are all made individually. No two pairs are the same! They may have slight imperfections like bubbles, but this just makes them even more unique!
Materials: Resin, Surgical Steel
Size: Approx 10mm x 10mm