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The earrings were only one part of the style, which also involved voluminous, swept-back bangs, light lipstick paired with a darker lip liner, and flannel shirts.Several celebrities, including Selena Gomez and Rihanna, were accused in recent years of cultural appropriation for adopting the 'chola' style, respectively at the MTV Music Awards and in a Halloween costume.'The black and brown bodies who typically wear hooped earrings, (and other accessories like winged eyeliner, gold name plate necklaces, etc) are typically viewed as ghetto, and are not taken seriously by others in their daily lives.'Because of this, I see our winged eyeliner, lined lips, and big hoop earrings serving as symbols as an everyday act of resistance, especially here at the Claremont Colleges.A group of students, identifying themselves as women of color, wrote, 'White Girl, take off your hoops' on a 'free wall' used for unmoderated free speech at Pitzer College in Los Angeles, California.After one student was confused by the message, Alegria Martinez, Jacquelyn Aguilera, and Stefania Gallo-Gonzalez addressed the school in emails explaining the 'artwork'.
Artwork that dates back to 1650 BC, during the Minoan Civilization, also depicts people of both genders sporting the popular accessories.Hoop earrings continued to remain a consistent fixture in fashion for many years, with i-D reporting that the trend was picked up by everyone from the Hmong women of Vietnam to the Gadaba tribe of India.In the United States, the accessory became increasingly popular among African American women in the 1960s.Earrings during this time were fashioned out of gold, silver, or bronze, and the preferred style was simple and delicate.
This trend continued into early Mycenaean Greece, however the hoop style during this time period was more often than not embellished with a conical pendant.
'If we don’t conform, it becomes difficult to access campus resources, find job opportunities and create professional networks.