Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Week UK

Set in stone: the best personalised jewellery trends

The Week UK-Dec. 1, 2017
While name necklaces are enduringly popular, like all trends, they've evolved. ... For more statement looks, luxury headband atelier Lelet NY has released a ... set on a mother of pearl disc in either woven bracelets or sovereign-style rings.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Racked

Melania Trump's Problematic Elegance

Racked-Feb. 7, 2017
Yet it's Trump's same association with wealth, luxury, and sex appeal that creates such a stark contrast ... Her most iconic accessory was a faux pearl necklace.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Forbes

How A Jewelry Artist Is Using Her Creativity To Save Elephants In Africa

Forbes-Aug. 12, 2017
However, Mor is giving this common material a luxury touch by combining it with ... combine hand-carved tagua, black and red Balinese wood, Sumatran pearls, ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Maui No Ka Oi Magazine

Romantic Island Fashion

Maui No Ka Oi Magazine-Sep. 1, 2017
HER ruffled floral-print chiffon dress by Love Sam, $318, at Pearl and PearlSeaside. ... 14K yellow-gold raindrop pendant with golden South Sea pearl and ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Everything is done in time, and any question posed by the researcher, should also be considered at a time. The provision does not require proof, but take any profile and if you score out of a hundred at least a dozen questions, which will indicate the time of an event, then you are lucky. Inattention to the temporal parameter in question leads to misinterpretation of studied events.
It seems to be easy to ask the question "do You drink coffee?". What here not to understand and how can there be a discrepancy? However, the answers may be quite the opposite with the introduction of a temporal parameter. In the morning always and with great pleasure, the day can be the evening in any case. In essence the variants of the issue we are talking about three different events that reflect the different objective reality. In one case, i.e. when not specified the exact time, in an implicit form given a certain average uncertain time. In another case coffee can be regarded as an element of Breakfast that increase alertness, etc. otherwise, the consumption of coffee is associated with its impact on sleep, etc. Here possible interpretations of the conceptual design "do You drink coffee?" in various temporary situations.