Pearl Necklaces

Written by Stacy Chbosky
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I love pearl necklaces that make a bold statement. Don't get me wrong, a demure strand of pearls is lovely, and it certainly works well with a number of different outfits. Whether you dress in demure pearls and a cashmere sweater for church, or wear pearls and a conservative suit for a business interview, you'll emanate competence and class.

Dramatic pearl necklaces, on the other hand, emanate style. If you want to wear pearl jewelry that's commanding and confident, try a double-strand or triple-strand of pearls. A woman who wears a triple-strand of pearls knows who she is. She's a smart lady who isn't afraid of anything. Paired with a simple dress suit, these pearls make a statement all their own.

Graduated Pearl Necklaces

For drama and flair, I also like graduated necklaces. Graduated necklaces feature smaller pearls toward the clasp of the necklace, and larger pearls descending toward the very largest pearls at the strand's center. The varied sizes create movement and flow. They give off an energy that is graceful yet vibrant.

Pearl necklaces also look fabulous in sets. A pearl necklace paired with a pearl bracelet and earrings creates a polished look that exudes success. If you want to show the world that you've got it all together, try wearing a set of pearls. The understated luxury of a pearl set glows with elegance, warmth, and a touch of mystery.


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