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    Question two [tone] drop earrings

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    tone =?

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    Just last month the former Darling Buds of May star was seen with red blotches, enlarged pores and spots on her chin as she attended a UN Gala event in New York.
    But during the MPTF event Zeta-Jones, married to film veteran Michael Douglas, cut an altogether different picture, even managing a dress change during the evening.
    She accessorized with two tone drop earrings and silver metallic heels.
    Source: the Daily Mail

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    Re: two [tone] drop earrings

    It can mean either two different colors, or two different shades of the same color (violet and dark purple, for example).

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    Re: two [tone] drop earrings

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    It can mean either two different colors, or two different shades of the same color (violet and dark purple, for example).
    Hi Ouisch,

    Thank you for your help.

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