Designed to accentuate the neckline, the choker necklace is elegant and stylish for any occasion or place. It measures fourteen to sixteen inches and is the shortest of them all. You can feel sophisticated while wearing an evening gown, or a pair of slacks. This is the most versatile of them all.
Garden Parties: if protocol demands that you have to wear high heels to a garden party, such as an outdoor wedding or a race course, such as Ascot, it can be ruinous to the heels of your expensive shoes if the going is a little soft. You can save your heels and stay looking good with no mud stains, by first wrapping clear sticky (Scotch) tape tightly around them. Mud can be easily wiped off, the leather will not stain and the tape can be easily removed afterwards.
Wear the button-down shirt with a vest (unbuttoned) or a cardigan. This style looks especially neat with a white button-down shirt. Add a belt around your natural waistline if you wear a cardigan. If you pair a button-down shirt with a jacket with lapels, keep the shirt collar inside the lapels and don’t let the collar overlap the lapels.
And last but definitely not the least Add a long, chunky necklace. Wear the necklace outside the shirt beneath the collar. Chunky pearl necklace our commonly associated with button down shirts because of Audrey Hepburn and some other stars that sports it.
Slinking into something with some feline grace is the Catwoman costume. With the black jumpsuit and stretch to fit headpiece, you’ll be quite the cat of the night. The boot tops and belt are included in this villainous outfit.
The reflection of the pearl surface offers a principal or prevailing shade of pearls. The overtone is the deeper light reflected where it pulls the innermost color of the pearl.
Some of the most popular types of pearl necklaces are used for Mikimoto, Akoya, Tahitian and South Sea pearls. Mikimoto pearls are the highest quality and come in different colors. Akoya pearls are often white, cream or silver, and Tahiti and South Sea pearls are darker colors. Saltwater pearls are more expensive than freshwater pearls.