Power Ladies & Their Most Adored Pearl Sets

Power Ladies & Their Most Adored Pearl Sets

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If you have recently binge-watched The Crown on Netflix, then you must have got an idea about the role of a young Queen Elizabeth II behind the resurgence of pearls. You will rarely find the talented Claire Foy portraying the Queen’s role to perfection without wearing pearls. The number of strands also keeps on increasing with her growing age for symbolizing her power and presence.

But Queen Elizabeth is far from the only powerful woman to make pearls her gemstone of choice. We’ve collated the most iconic pearl looks below – from fashion to entertainment to politics – and thrown in a couple of tips and resources, too.

Coco Chanel

This iconic celebrity was a profound lover of pearls. She wouldn’t be caught dead without wearing heaped strands of pearls especially while gracing special events. A faux pearl jewelry chain was launched by Coco Chanel back in 1932 and women adored her jewelry irrespective of its authenticity. She was a visionary who sparked the trend of sporting faux pearls having sparkling stones with casual daytime sportswear.

Audrey Hepburn

The entire Hollywood fraternity stood up and took notice of Audrey Hepburn as she graced the screen in a classic black dress, elbow-length gloves, a tiara, and a fabulous strand of pearls in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The same tradition was also followed by this enigmatic actress off-camera as she sported her favorite pearls to all glamorous events. Ms. Hepburn was one of the most popular torch-bearers of this charismatic piece of accessory during the 1960s.

Jacqueline Kennedy

Jackie Kennedy has remained to be one of the most fashion-forward ladies of her time and has continued to inspired women around the globe. She used to swear by pearls and also deemed this magnificent piece of jewelry appropriate irrespective of the occasion. America’s very first royalty had a unique means of combining timeless style with modern-day fashion.

Be it foreign trips or dinners at the White House, Jackie Kennedy never failed to impress with her choice of dressing and some breath-taking pearl accessories. While all her pieces were beautiful, the most noteworthy was a triple strand necklace studded with 158 faux pearls. This beautiful jewelry was inherited by America’s First Lady from her mother and her look was replicated by numerous fashionistas till date who can be seen teaming up bold and bright colored garments with white pearls.

Michelle Obama

The pearl glamour of Michelle Obama came with seemingly new styles and a modern take on old ones. She often teamed up longer pearl strings with fit-and-flare dresses while shorter pearl necklaces were kept reserved for her signature cardigans. Mrs. Obama is an avid lover of contemporary fashion and could be seen adorning pearl stacked bracelets and chunky cuffs. Her most iconic look was at a White House gala where she teamed up a Tom Binns pearl necklace with her steely persona.  

Sarah Jessica Parker

Sex and the City made SJP a household name and she also made her foray into the golden book of fashion with dramatic reinterpretations of pearls. Her character of Carrie Bradshaw wore a combination of pearl necklaces over a hot pink tank. This trademark look was recently repeated by her at a Cannes event where she teamed a Dolce & Gabbana gown with luscious layers of Mikimoto pearls.

Conclusion

Did you know what Coco Chanel, the Duchess of Cambridge, Scarlett Johansson, Zendaya, Michelle Obama, and Oprah have in common? Well, its sublime power and their sheer love for pearls which is also known as the Queen of Gems. The best thing about pearls is that they are always in vogue and have served as prized possessions of celebrity, royalty, and women like me and you. You can also take a step towards glamorous fashion with some super gorgeous pearl neckpieces and make the bystanders gape in awe.

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