jewelry. Tuesday , October 10th , 2017 - 02:02:49 AM
Long chain and pearl necklaces: One style that hasnt lost its appeal due to its unerring ability to ratchet any outfit up a notch is the layered necklace trend. All over the runways and fashion magazines, long chains with gemstones or pearls, when paired with shorter pendants or pearl strands, draw the eye up and down the outfit and really pull a look together. Experiment with different lengths, depending on your stature and your outfits details; multiple length chains go especially well with falls paper bag waists and drop waists but not so great with fussy necklines (some of this seasons styles sport big, floppy bows at the neck). Consider adding at least one chain with pearls or a strand of pearls. This fall, the pulled together, ladylike look is back with a vengeance. Think gloves, hats and tailored silhouettesall pearl-friendly styles.
Bridal jewelry is perhaps the only jewelry segment that has the most variety. Whether you decide to go for imitation or real jewelry first assess your budget. Generally the first question that the jewelry asks is about the price range you are comfortable with.
String wire through a silver crimp bead, secure it by clasping, and thread it back through the same bead, and flatten it. Thread in 3 red seed beads, 1 silver tube, 3 red seed beads, 1 silver tube, 3 red seed beads, 1 silver tube, 1 large blue stone bead. Thread in other beads exactly in the same order, until the beading wire is fully threaded with them. Thread a crimp bead on one end, pass the wire through the ring, and back through crimp bead in the opposite direction and then flatten it. Cut off excess wire.
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