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Monday, January 4, 2010

Pretty Pearls

Pearls are one of the most versatile of women's accessories. There are countless ways to wear pearls, from elegant, to dressy and even casual. A single strand of pearl necklace can transform a boring black dress into an elegant ensemble. Pearls work well with any type of clothing. Simple pearl earrings can brighten a two-piece casual suit. Pearls dangling in a chain bracelet can jazz up even a simple pair of jeans and shirt. Even during winter, a simple pearl pendant can be the highlight of a plain turtleneck shirt.

It is wise to invest in a set of pearl earrings and a strand of white pearl necklace because these simple pieces can go a long way. Pearls are different from the usual gems that are made into jewelries. Most gems are commonly found in the earth's deep, while pearls are created naturally from sea creatures called mollusks.This makes pearls very replenish-able. As long as there are mollusks in our waters, there will be pearls. This fact also allows some variety of pearls to be inexpensive.


SquirrelQueen said...

Pearls are so pretty. I have pearl earrings but I rarely wear necklaces.

Tekkaus said...

I have a pair of pearls too. But not all ladies love pearls right? :p

RNSANE said...

I have pearls - two pairs of earrings and two pearl necklaces but I rarely wear them. They are so delicate. I prefer long, dangling earrings and much larger necklaces. I do wear them sometimes to funerals and to testify in court.

Now if I could afford a lovely LONG
strand of pearls, that would be different!!!

Riet said...

I love pearls and I wear them often. Nice post Tess

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I have two strands of pearls, one given to me by my mother and a second strand given to me by my husband. Both strands of pearls were given to me on my wedding day. I wore both strands of pearls as I walked down the aisle on my wedding day.

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