Pearl Statement Necklaces for 4 Budgets

Snow queens have me thinking of pearls. True, crystals will be more on point, but pearls have a snowy luster. While they are every bit as dressy, I feel they are less demanding of your attention than shiny rhinestones. Any of these necklaces would look equally at home with a little black dress, grey tee and jeans, or a red sweater dress. No matter the color or the style, pearls are the perfect accessory.





Comments

Anonymous said…
What, no Mikimoto? Ha! I kid. I will never be able to afford one of those.

My husband told me that he thought pearls were boring, but I disagree. I think they are lovely.
Jael Paris said…
Introduce him to baroque pearls. I happen to know a stellar pearl designer in the area too.
Anonymous said…
I was not aware of the existence of baroque pearls. Who is the designer?

We also have some beautiful jewelry available at the farmers' market, by Ali Oesch. I don't want to use the word "upcycle" because that doesn't do justice to the classiness and sophistication of her creations. Not that upcycling is bad.
Rosa said…
Gorgeous! I love your posts with a bunch of ideas around a theme.
Aileen Murphy said…
The pearl statement necklaces displayed above are beautiful I must say. Pearl statement necklaces have come into the trend again, as their simple yet luxurious elegance have made them a popular choice along women. Pearls are affordable in comparison to other gems. The combination of silver and pearl in necklaces looks great. Few days back, I also got an amazing piece of pearl statement necklace from http://www.kilkennyshop.com/newbridge/jewellery/silver-collection.html. The necklace is having a silver base with small sized pearls.

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