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7 Jewelry Trends That Will Define 2017

JCK-Dec. 19, 2016
With some of the envelope-pushing designers giving us pearls in their most recent ... “People are distinguishing their individuality on a necklace,” Bonanno says.
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Fashion Inspirations From "How To Get Away With Murder"

Uloop News-Apr. 5, 2016
Laurel is also big on jewelry, particularly necklaces with every outfit. In the outfit she is ... You can also notice Bonnie paired it with a simple pearl necklace.

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Brooches make a fashionable comeback

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Sep. 4, 2016
A brooch is so much more comfortable to wear than a necklace of a similar ... as do luxurious blooms and the central stones of magnificent necklaces. ... Her surreal bejewelled Face brooches, composed of a cartoon-like eye with pearl-tipped ...

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Blossom High Jewellery: Louis Vuitton's iconic monogram made ... 6, 2016
“It's a very unusual colour,” says Chatti while referencing one necklace of grey pearls and a 29.75-carat tsavorite, suspended above the Blossom graphic picked ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

On the series or, as some say, the battery of questions, opinions, objectives to build shapes from cubes, descriptions, pictures possible with a certain probability identify, define, measure some individual differences, stable psychological quality. For example, the reticence or sociability, aggressiveness or restraint. The Respondent offered drawing, which shows, as in the train on the passenger's head from the top shelf falling suitcase. Please answer, how would he react in this case, what would the owner of the suitcase and, depending on the answer to make conclusions about the level of aggressiveness of the test (Rosenzweig). Even the deepest motives reflect, in the opinion of psychologists, behavior (judgment) of man. It is only necessary to be able to decipher the signals coming from the space of consciousness.
Decoding the signals, determine the motives, and the relation of the person to those or other events, principles, or personal characteristics. "Whether You are walking sometimes in rainy weather?" (question to study the level of isolation), "Love to tell jokes and funny stories?" (question on sociability), "have You ever been late for a date or for a job?" (does the man himself to embellish) (questions from the test Eysenck). "Do You like to fix a door knob?" (question taken from the test for study of sense of humor).
Psychological tests attracted the attention of sociologists first of all the fact that they are aimed at the study of the personal characteristics necessary in the study of various social relations. Sociologists following the social psychologists in the study of social processes in the border between sociology and psychology fields, have begun to enter in the sociological study elements of psychological tests, sometimes so active that the sociological profile began to resemble a psychological. Many questions began to drive a wedge in the study of psychological characteristics of the person, i.e. in the area asociological.