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Pearl Jewelry Shines As A Birthstone & Wedding Accessory

Not only are pearls the birthstone for the month of June, but they are also very popular accessories for both a bride and her wedding party. And, coincidentally, June is the most popular month for tying the knot. Pearls are thought to symbolize health and longevity, which make them the perfect gemstone for celebrating either a birthday or a wedding.

By definition, a pearl is a highly prized gem formed within the shell of an oyster or other mollusk. Although they are available in many shapes, sizes and colorations, pearls are classic in any form. In today’s jewelry market, pearls can be both classic and modern. At Almost Diamonds, a popular online retailer specializing in sterling silver jewelry, buyers are sure to find a ‘pearl’ of a design. From the classic stud style to dangle earrings and breathtaking necklaces that include a cubic and pearl cross set in sterling silver, there is something for everyone and every style.

When it comes to shopping for pearls, affordability is a big concern. Because Almost Diamonds offers beautiful designs set in sterling silver and a variety of both freshwater and faux pearls, the designs remain just as easy on the wallet as they are on the eyes. For the bride who wants ‘something new’ or the mother of the bride who wants to start a new tradition by purchasing a piece of jewelry and lending it to her daughter as ‘something borrowed,’ pearl jewelry is ideal. For the birthday girl who celebrates in June, pearls are the perfect gift to give as you wish someone another healthy year and a long and happy life. As mentioned earlier, pearls do symbolize health and longevity.

Although white pearls remain the classic when it comes to pearls, a more modern approach to jewelry design now includes black, pink and even peach colorations. These pearls offer the same shapes and sizes as the white pearl, but are created to spruce up a jewelry wardrobe through colors and trendsetting fashion. Speaking of fashion, pearl jewelry can be worn with practically any outfit. Whether you choose to pair your favorite pearl necklace with a white shirt and jeans or you enjoy a more dramatic look with a turtleneck and a pair of dangle earrings, you can’t go wrong with a classic. If you have dinner plans or are spending the evening on the dance floor, pearl jewelry will look ideal with your favorite black dress or business suit. From the boardroom to the dance floor and even the grocery store, pearls are always in style.

As women, we enjoy purchasing jewelry that will make us look great and still allow us to stay within our budget. Additionally, it’s always a good idea to spend your money where you know the design is not one that’s here today and gone tomorrow. Pearls have been in fashion for years and they continue to be a staple in every collection. If you want something that will not go out of style, but is still set in a precious metal, such as sterling silver, give the gift of pearl jewelry to someone else or treat yourself to one of the most traditional gems in existence.

Submitted by:

Melanie Spark

For more information on pearl jewelry and sterling silver jewelry, visit Almost Diamonds at http://www.almostdiamonds.com




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