Saturday, January 11, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from

The under-the-radar jewellery brands which you can actually ... 26, 2016
Rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets, which see the merging of silver and gold to create simple, delicate architectural pieces, perfect for every day wear.
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Helen Mirren debuts a winning androgynous look on the red ... 10, 2016
... heels most wear on the carpet. She donned a strong red lip and her hair pulled back in a Bowie-esque fashion to show her Dior tribal double-pearl earrings.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Edmonton Journal

Designer Cara Cotter favours classic style with a twist

Edmonton Journal-Aug. 8, 2016
This fall, I was really inspired by the whole 'Neo Victorian' look. ... You can wear them with or without the pearl and up or down so you get three earrings in one.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Refinery29

Updated: All The Images Of Chanel Iman As Prince In This ...

Refinery29-May 15, 2016
Explicitly sexual, but with nods to a buttoned-up Victorian rigidity. Overtly ... Prince's fashion influence was full of contradictions. .... Belle et Bon Bon bra, Agent Provocateur lace panty, Wendy Nichol earring, Stazia Loren archive pearl necklace.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

However, with a small addition principle: every new education mandatory can only be within the framework of the General attitude of the object. It is a kind of "matryoshka". So there are two degrees of freedom (at least currently known) vertical and horizontal. The vertical degree of freedom, when a space includes a series of private spaces as their own elements. In the case of horizontal degrees of freedom the same space as the object can move at different targets, moving from one space in another, etc.
But we are not talking about two-, three - or multidimensional space. In this case we are talking only about the interaction spaces as objects and nothing more. Just the same terms are often described different objects and phenomena, and Vice versa, different terms often describe the same object. How not to remember Vladimir Mayakovsky: