by Michelle Buettner.
The Right to Bare Arms!
Remove your suit jacket and show off your bare arms by taking your long, chocolate pearls from around your neck and wrap them around your wrist for a bold, trendy look.
At the office this type of style can get in the way when you’re typing or making a presentation, but after work, it’s a total eye-catcher as you sip your fashionable drink or are introduced to new, interesting people!
Stuff your long, rocker-style chains in your purse and throw them on after work with your pearls and you’re ready for tonight’s mixer.
While you show off your chic, trendy side, your pearls highlight the softness of your face against the night lights of the city and you’re seen as instantly classic, sexy and vibrant!
The larger the better, right? Well, with pearls, that can be true!
Put your largest pearls on first, closest to your neck, with your smaller, longer ones on next, . . . draping all the way down to your navel! Draws the eyes, . . . doesn’t it?
(Caution – this is a complete no-no at work – save it for after hours!)
Time to Get Colorful!
Stuffy white pearls (which are so classic and essential to your every day style, don’t get us wrong!) look fabulous all dressed up next to colorful gemstones and wild metals.
Wear your ‘halter style’ top with your cardigan and “stuffy whites” at the office and then ditch the cardigan in your bag and mix it up by throwing on your ultra-rich “Tahitian” colored pearls and blackened metal chain mixed with natural, chunky gemstones such as labrodorite, smoky quartz or amethyst!
Bold, colorful and chic!
Rich and Good Looking!
Great combination, . . . with, . . . um, . . . jewelry!
Punch up your after work style by taking that long, single strand of pearls and throwing on some gold chains, a pearl and gold cocktail ring and some large, gold and pearl hoops for an extraordinarily warm and rich look!
Gorgeous pearl jewelry, Michelle – and great fashion tips! :o)
by: Michelle B.
Thanks Rena – it’s just fun stuff! 🙂
Love your style!
Thanks for the great tips.
Thanks Jen, and you’re welcome Janet!
by: Sam Ryder
I love jewellery, but have absolutely no fashion sense, which is why I don’t really get to wear the things that I make. I really appreciate this kind of article.
by: Terri Wlaschin
Fresh and stylish. Great work!
Thanks Sam and Terri!!