Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from VERVE

Start Fresh: January Wardrobe Essentials

VERVE-Jan. 1, 2017
Pearl and polki earrings (used as headpiece), from Anamika Khanna X ... Forest-print dress, by Aartivijay Gupta; pearl necklace, from Anamika Khanna X ...

Naked Emily Ratajkowski wears just a ruby and diamond necklace as ...

The Sun-May 17, 2017
The 25-year-old today posed totally naked wearing just a flashy necklace that appeared to be encrusted with rubies, emeralds, diamonds and pearls. ... fans she was making the most of the good weather as she posed on a luxury yacht.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

Precious and petite: Color Blossoms chez Louis Vuitton

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Apr. 17, 2017
Louis Vuitton through and through, the gold letters LV punctuate a long sautoir-style necklace of pink mother-of-pearl quatrefoils. Born to be stacked, you can ...

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from

How to Live Like a Millionaire 28, 2017
... elegant black high heels and little black dresses, a pearl necklace or a nice tote bag, ... You will afford yourself the luxury of a great wardrobe without spending ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Still mention of the true alternatives, in the sense that each of them may be the answer to the question. Regardless of the chosen respondents suggested alternative or not, it remains true, i.e. carries a meaningful answer to the question. In fact, the question "Where did You meet your wife?" all the proposed alternatives (and I worked together at the resort, we met accidently on the street, in the subway, introduced relatives, friends, etc.) are true, since each of them may be the answer to the question. Even this most incredible place of fun, like a space ship (met during a flight on a space ship) can be true if not today, then in the near future, at least not completely excluded. This alternative is true because it carries some of the information inherent in the question, regardless of whether it is demanded or not.
But there are alternatives that are under no circumstances cannot be true, i.e. cannot be the answer to the question. So, all the answers to the question "At what temperature water boils?" are false except for one at 1000. Or the question "Where the Volga empties?". Answer: in the Black sea, the Azov sea, in the Pacific ocean are false, i.e., none of them can be the answer to the question under any circumstances.