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

Nora Bradshaw 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.
Nora Bradshaw 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.
Nusrat Borsha said…
That's an awesome idea! Pearls chokers and Velvet Rhinestone Choker is also amazing and simply gorgeous to wear. it makes one look very lucrative and gorgeous.

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