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The ability to choose and wear pearl jewelry has always been an indicator of an ideal female taste. Pearls, like the sea where they are born, are often illogical, ambitious and out of the blue. But if it is used right it can return youth, give skin a healthy appearance and gloss. And, of course it’s a sign of elegance.

Initially, only very well-to-do and noble ladies were able to afford pearls. They were well-groomed, pampered and very sleek.

Often, pearls are associated with adornments for adults and mature women. Young girls need to wear it very carefully so that they don’t get 10-15 extra years. Pearl string under the throat and earrings strengthen not only the effect of elegance, but also "adulthood." Young girls should replace them with a more youthful version - a long string of pearls twisted several times around the neck. Or combine pearls with ornaments from other materials.



The threads of pearls have different lengths: from 35 up to 80 cm. A single string of pearls under the neck is the most versatile variant. Suitable for evening dress, casual and business outfit.
It is worth remembering that the denser the fabric of the costume or dress, the larger the pearls in the necklace are needed.

You can also wear pearls with light and airy materials. The string of fine pearls is best for this purpose.

To shorten a long necklace you should wrap it around the neck. You can also tie it with a knot, roughly in the middle of your chest.

Don’t forget to combine pearls with different chains, with gold, with silver - it looks stylish and provocative!

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