Pearls Necklace Fashion
Fashion Ideas for Pearl Necklaces
Copyright ©2012 By Elise
The stylish and fashion conscience amongst us generally enhance our clothes and appearance with pearl jewellery. After all pearls are precious, showy and come in many stunning designs these days. And let's face it pearls make you feel special!
But pearl designer jewellery is no longer exclusive to those with high incomes or with friends in the freshwater pearl industry! The great news is that these days most people can afford the price of a pearl necklace or bracelet now that freshwater pearls are harvested on a grand scale and prices are very reasonable. With such an amazing array of pearls shapes, sizes and colours there is bound to be a pearl necklace to suit you and the occasion. So here are some recommendations to include pearl necklaces, bracelets, earrings and accessories to your everyday look.
Mix and Match Gems and Pendants
It's all the rage right now... mixing fine pearls with colourful gems to make very distinctive pearl jewelry. For instance, ByElise.com, a UK Jewellery Designer, makes this her trademark. She has a wonderful collection of necklaces, bracelets and pendants that allow you to mix and match your jewellery. I particularly like her idea of a detachable pendant, making the necklace so much more versatile and re-useable.
Do not be afraid to combine pearls with other precious stones and colours as it makes choosing jewellery so much more fun. Remember that this mixture of pearls and gems create their own statement. But try not to choose gems that might outshine your pearls which I think should be the star of the show! If you want the pearls to be your main signature, then a simple string of coloured pearls and a nice silver clasp will always look classy.
Choose pearls for formal or casual
If you have not looked lately, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the choice of shapes and colours of freshwater pearl necklaces these days. This choice helps you to match your jewellery to your mood or to complete your outfit.
For special 'dressy' occasions, the classic 'opera' string of pearls is always good to go, but look to add beads or gems to spice things a little. For a special event or a formal night, pearls are always an attractive choice, especially when combined with other sparkling gems such as amethyst, quartz and crystal. Multi-strand pearl necklaces or 'collars' are quite popular and show elegance. For less formal settings you can customise with a charm or two, a pendant or an amulet. I would suggest that you have a necklace that allows you to have a choice of a fixable pendant so you can "mix-n-match" at a later date. Then you will not feel like you are wearing the 'same old thing'. If your style is particularly relaxed or casual, wearing a shoelace charm with pearls is very popular right now.
If you think you need to wear a pearl jewellery set or overlaying necklaces I suggest you try one piece at a time until it is right. Take your time choosing a set or you will regret it later. Having a set allows you to use each piece separately or together which can be better value for money.
Or try making your own pearl necklace!
Firstly, personalisation is quite possible if you to create your own simple pearl necklace (or pearl bracelet) yourself with loose freshwater pearls, some string and a clasp. Enthusiasm and patience is needed rather than any major talent or ability. Of course, you need to source and buy your freshwater pearls in bulk. That's easy enough if you Google "buy loose freshwater pearls". Prices will vary according to size, type and colour but can be very inexpensive. Don't forget to buy the string too! Therefore, you can quickly and economically create a necklace or bracelet to your liking and will match your personal style. Tip: Search Facebook.com for jewellery tutorials.
Well I hope that has given you some pointers to wearing pearl jewellery and necklaces. There is so much choice and something for everyone. If all else fails stick to the classic string of white pearls you will not regret it.
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Author Notes: c2012 Copyright. Amelia Grace is a freelance writer, a blogger and a web designer. She publishes articles, blogs and press releases online. Her specialist subjects are: search engine optimisation, jewellery, team building, web design and modern music. However she is often commissioned to write many types of articles and reviews. Works are not to be copied or re-published or adapted or syndicated without express permission from the original author.