Currently I am in midst of chaos. I spent the last month moving out of my old place and sifting through seven years of stuff I accumulated while living there. Needless to say, aside from working, I have been packing, coordinating, deciding what things to keep and what things to throw away, and unpacking and organizing my new place. This whole process has left me lethargic and passionless.
However, my love of fashion brought me out of being unmotivated recently. When I was waiting to get my blood drawn, and reading some outdated magazines from the beginning of 2013, I realized how some fashion looks always recycle themselves. With certain glam and sass, pearls seem to be an ever-evolving accessory piece that can be worn solo or layered.
Going back to Audrey Hepburn, it becomes obvious that pearls can make a powerful fashion statement. Pearls can make your look seem 100% effortless and they exude romance and a classic, elegant touch.
David Yurman's sixteen-row chain bracelet with pearls is exquisite. It not only decorates your wrist in ultimate pizzazz, but it also allows you to layer your wrist with additional bracelets to enhance the wow factor. Although I think its wonderful on its own, it never hurts to have endless options when it comes to accessorizing.
→ Buy the David Yurman Sixteen-Row Chain Bracelet with Pearls, $925.00, at bloomingdales.com.
If you love the simplistic look and don’t like layering, then you will adore this Tahitian pearl stainless steel wrap bangle. Tahitian pearls have such gorgeous coloring and this bangle speaks volumes.
→ Buy the Stainless Steel Tahitian Cultured Freshwater Pearl Wrap Bangle, $109.65 (was $260.00), at macys.com.
I dedicate this next feature to my wonderful grandmother. I love the old school looking pearls with what looks like a broach directly on the pearl strands. This look always reminds me of my grandma. She never wore any jewelry, but when she did, she wore pearls to highlight her look. This multi-stranded faux pearl necklace does a great job capturing old school elegance.
→ Buy the Nina Maureen Multistrand Faux Pearl Necklace, $125.00, at nordstrom.com; shipping and returns are free.
Do you want to grasp your cocktail while looking stylish? This ring will capture all the attention while you sip. This freshwater Keishi pearl with petals is charming and charismatic. This ring will never get old even with continuous wear. I promise you will admire it every time you wear it.
→ Buy the 14k Gold Cultured Freshwater Keishi Pearl and Diamond Accent Ring, $509.15 (was $1,200.00), at macys.com.
is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she's a Realtor with Real Living Real Estate, specializing in coastal homes and luxury acquisitions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.