PRODUCT OF THE DAY: The $1,092 Skull Earrings?


First of all, we gotta say, skulls are definitely in. Why? Because they're rock. And is rock ever out? No. So therefore, skulls aren't going anywhere. Certain skull accessories might become trendy and then not (looking at you, Thomas Wylde scarf). So, that's not to say that you need to appoint yourself in head-to-toe skulls (again, we're really not sure about the Thomas Wylde tunics either!), but a smartly placed skull accessory almost always gives an oufit an unexpected edge. We've seen a TON of your garden variety silver/metal skull earrings, so we MAJORLY psyched to discover these fun and unsual coral and gold skull earrings by Iosselliani. We were not psyched, however, to discover their price: $1,092. That's dollars AMERICAN. Wahhht? We quickly went on a quest, "SkullQuest," if you will, to find unusual skull earrings that are way below the price of a semester's worth of books at most universities. Here's what we found:


We like the evil little grin on these real-gold Me & Ro earrings. They're $295 at




Nicole Ritchie's been spotted in pieces by C.C. Skye. This is on sale: $85.80 @




Skulls in top hats are VERY Slash! These are by Etsy seller Bombalurina, and they're just $14!




For all you rock girlie girls! $13 by Etsy seller SchoolofCharms




His-and-her enamel skellies! Just $12.99 at




Artsy earrings, inspired by Dia de Los Muertos sugar skulls. $21 by Etsy seller artallnight




Crystal eyes = extra bling/ spook factor. $23 by Esty seller Mizdragonfly




Precious By Liang garnet earrings are a rock-bottom $10 @





This lil guy's mouth moves AND he's just $9.99 @



So, whatcha think? Would you pay over a grand for skull earrings? Or any earrings that don't contain diamonds, for that matter? Mull it over while you watch one of the most epic rock songs of all time: Guns N' Roses' "Paradise City."