The colors of spring are bright, joyful, fun and fashionable. Wake up your wardrobe with colorful pearls.
We know what you are thinking, “Pearls are too traditional.” Let’s set the record straight, pearls will never go out of style. Pearls come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, which can be worn with casual outfits to more formal attire. They are possibly one of the most versatile stones you can own. Matching pearls with other gemstones or even coral can give you a dynamic look that is both fun and elegant.
The Pantone color of the year is Very Peri. Very Peri is described as “illustrating the fusion of modern life and how color trends in the digital world are being manifested in the physical world.” What better way to celebrate that fusion than with pearls – traditional with a modern twist, remember?
Have a favorite color outfit? We can find a pearl color to match!
Golden south sea pearls warm up any outfit. They are elegant and yet when combined with other gemstones take on a playfully stylish look.
Do you love to “think pink”? Lavender and pink pearls scream spring. Pink pearls come in different shades, from a watermelon to a rose.
Let’s not forget the blues and greens that remind us of the ocean. For a more casual look for spring and summer, use a mint color to match the cool tones of Tahitian pearls. Pairing them with jeans will make a strand of pearls not too classic but more causal.
Earrings are the one piece of jewelry that you change on an almost daily basis. Pearl earrings can be as expressive as your eyes. Pairing pearls with colored gemstones or corals gives them a whole new dimension. Even the black or olive tones of Tahitian pearls can be expressive when mixed with other mediums.
Have you heard of Pearl Tin Cup necklaces? They are also known as station necklaces. They became popular in the mid-1990s with the release of the Kevin Costner, Don Johnson, and Renee Russo movie 'Tin Cup'. Throughout the movie, Ms. Russo wore a pearl necklace that featured pearls set in different lengths throughout the strand. They reflect the versatility of pearls and the creativity of jewelry designers.