We're here for the massive comeback of pearls.
Don't believe the myth that pearls belong only in your grandmother's jewellery collection. Pearls are more in style than ever in 2022.
But hear us out: pearls in 2022 aren't like the vintage-style jewellery you're used to, and you don't need ropes and ropes of them to make an opulent statement. This season, pearl jewellery has undergone a modern, fun makeover that makes it easier to wear it on a daily basis (even over your graphic tees and jeans).
Looking for some ideas to start? Let’s list a few methods for you to wear these glittering orbs and look your best this year. Make a note.
How to Wear Pearl Necklaces
Pearls are stunning and may stand alone to make a statement. Therefore, wearing delicate pendants, station-style pearl necklaces, or even just a single strand of pearls is always a safe bet. There is only one general guideline: smaller pearls are for casual wear, while bigger pearls can be worn to more formal occasions.
Instead, embrace your inner Carrie Bradshaw by stacking your favorite pearl necklace with your regular gold or silver chains and coin necklaces if you want to seem put together but are in a laid-back mood.
How to Wear Pearl Earrings
The good news is that you may still wear pearl studs earrings with a 2022 upgrade because they are the timeless MVP in every girl's jewellery collection.
Take into consideration pearl studs in creative patterns like these open circle earrings, rope frames, love knot frames, and more. They'll make sure you look put-together yet relaxed and brighten up your regular appearances.
On the other hand, you can wear elaborate dresses and gowns with styles like pearl drops and danglers studded with diamond embellishments to create a magnificent expensive look.
How to Wear Pearl Bracelets
There's a reason why pearl bracelets are so popular.
They look appropriate in just about every clothing and improve it. If you want to add timeless glamour to your LBDs (little black dress), formal gowns, and pantsuits, just wear a single-strand bracelet. Stacking your pearl strand bracelets or tin cup pearl bracelets with your regular sleek gold or gemstone favorites is an edgier way to wear pearls.
You don't have to keep them for special occasions, to be honest. You may match them with sneakers and jeans. The Pearlcore trend is made alive by the contrast between fancy and casual.
How to Wear Pearl Rings
If you want to show off a pearl stack, two-stone open rings, wrap-style rings, and bands adorned with pearls are all excellent choices. But you may also get your hands on a statement pearl ring or a two-stone pearl ring with a diamond if you're not quite ready for a stack.
How to Experiment with Pearls
If you want to shake up your look and have your real pearl jewellery represent who you are, read this. If white pearls aren't your thing, you can still use them in your outfit by picking unusual variations. For instance, Tahitian black pearls make a striking accessory if you're feeling fearless and confident.
Do you want something opulent? Consider purchasing Golden South Sea pearls. Another option that would impress is Japanese Akoya pearls, which have pinkish undertones. Which one will it be, then?
How to Wear Pearls Casually?
Pearls aren't just for special events. You may match them with sneakers and jeans. The Pearlcore trend is made alive by the contrast between fancy and casual. You may accessorize your graphic tees, tank tops, and sundresses with your favorite pearl jewellery.
Method 1: To wear pearls casually, dispense with the pearl strand in favor of a lariat-style necklace and go for a single-bead design with a distinctive chain.
Method 2: For a casual, enjoyable flash of color, wear pearl necklaces or bracelets that resemble tin cups along with colored gemstones.
Method 3: To make a one-of-a-kind stack for yourself, layer your pearl pendant with other necklaces made of gold or silver and mismatched gemstones.
Q1: How can I wear pearls without seeming dowdy?
Pearls can be worn in a variety of contemporary ways. Look for modern styles including pearl-encrusted stacking bands, station necklaces, tin cup-style bracelets, and pearl drop earrings. To create a trendy style, you can layer and stack your pearl jewellery with various metals.
Q2: How should I wear a pearl necklace?
Your single pearl strand looks well with both LBDs and formal dresses and jackets. Or you can layer them with your silver or gold chains. In any case, a dressy appearance is assured.
Q3: How should I style pearls for daily wear?
To include these beautiful stones, pearl pendant necklaces, stud earrings, station bracelets, and rings are excellent options.
Q4: How should lengthy pearl necklaces be styled?
The simplest method to wear a long pearl necklace is to leave it hanging loosely or loop it once around your neck. As an alternative, you may double-loop your lengthy pearl necklace to produce the appearance of more strands.
Q5: How should I style a pearl necklace for casual wear?
You can layer your pearl strands (ideally ones that are 16 or 18 inches long) with your regular silver and gold necklaces for a more laid-back look, or you can wear a pearl pendant necklace or a station necklace with your casual clothing.