Before choosing pearls, check how it combines with the natural skin color, and, of course, think about your age. There is a simple rule: the older the woman, the larger the pearls in the necklace.
Beads of small pearls with a diameter of 5-6 mm look good for young girls. Women under 40 years of age are ideally suited for pearls of 6-8 mm. Beads of pearls 9-10 mm in diameter can be worn by rich ladies of solid age.
Snow-white and cream pearls look beautiful on any skin. Pearls of warm yellow and golden hues perfectly look on the swarthy skin. Blondes, redheads and women with thin snow-white skin should choose beads and earrings made from pink pearls.
Spring Jewelry Trends 2010
At no time are the elements of nature more expressive in their powers than during the change of seasons. The once bare branches of winter are now blooming with flowers and signify the onset of spring. This season many designers are focusing on organic themes that are set amongst ethereal backdrops. Spring runway shows gave fashion...
Vintage Jewelry Makes A Comeback
This awards season, the stars walked the red carpet in gorgeous gowns and breathtaking jewelry. Before the Academy Awards was even over, everyone was dishing about Angelina Jolie’s jaw-dropping 115-carat Lorraine Schwartz emerald earrings and matching…are you ready for this…
Silver: all you need to know about caring for it
Silver jewelry is one of the most popular ones. Their noble cold shine attracts with its beauty and mystery.
The Woman Behind The Design: ELLE Jewelry’s Claire Vessot
You may or may not have heard of Claire Vessot, but you have probably admired some of her award-winning work. Claire is one of the most sought after Canadian jewelry designers and the artist behind ELLE jewelry. Her ELLE designs have been described as sophisticated, contemporary, cutting-edge and timeless. The sleek jewelry can be seen...
Butterfly and Dragonfly Jewelry: Pure Fashion or Pure Mysticism
Animals have long been symbols of the human emotions as well as the physical embodiment of heavenly spirits. Their images have appeared on the walls of Neanderthal caves, in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, Elizabethan poems, Greek myths and much more. When it comes to jewelry designs, animal images have been used for centuries and are...