- A woman in Singapore claims “girl math” means her Cartier earrings are basically free.
- Chloe Liem walked people through her calculations in a TikTok post.
- “Anything is possible with girl math,” Liem told The Straits Times.
A 20-year-old woman in Singapore is going viral for breaking down the cost of her Cartier earrings on TikTok, and claiming that “girl math” means the jewelry is basically free.
“I just got a new pair of Cartier earrings for S$3,950, so I thought I’d ‘girl math’ my way through the purchase,” content creator Chloe Liem said in a TikTok post published on September 12. Her post has been viewed 3.4 million times and has been liked more than 397,000 times as of press time.
In her video, Liem said she is a “stay-at-home daughter” and that her father is an investor. Liem held up what she said was a pair of $2,900 Cartier earrings in the video — still in the box — then whipped out a calculator and started breaking the cost of them down.
She says she then managed to defray the cost of the Trinity earrings by using around $730 worth of shopping vouchers. She says these vouchers were from a “previous shopping investment.”
Liem then divided the cost of the earrings by half, saying that all earrings are essentially sold on a “buy-one-get-one-free deal.” This meant each earring cost around $1,000 each.
“These Trinity earrings are literally so classic, so timeless, I could probably be wearing