When Karl Lagerfeld sent his models down the S/S 14 Chanel runway accessorized in gargantuan pearls, we knew it was a trend in the making.
Accessory Report: The Classic Gemstone You Already Have Is Back!
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We’ve spotted this gemstone adorning our favorite accessories, both on and off of the red carpet. From a delicate hairpiece in the streets of Paris to a chic double-sided earring, courtesy of Emma Watson, click through to see all the ways you can wear pearls this spring!
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Watson showed up to the Golden Globes last month wearing Dior’s Mise En Dior Tribal Earring ($410, 212.931.2950). We love how the ivory-colored pearl contrasted with her tomato red dress and berry lipstick.
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Chanel S/S 14
While the necklaces were arguably the most talked-about pearl accessories on the Chanel runway, we were especially drawn to this cage-esque bracelet. It’s the perfect statement piece.
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We squealed with delight when we saw this chic pearl ring on Perminova in Paris last month. She capitalized on the ladylike piece by pairing it with soft pink nail polish and a furry bracelet.
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Thakoon S/S 14
No longer reserved for jewelry, Thakoon’s S/S 14 runway proved there’s a place for pearls outside the realm of earrings and necklaces.
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The Wolf Of Wall Street’s leading lady stepped out in New York wearing insanely cool Jacob & Co. Pearl & Diamond Spider Earrings (212.719.5887), and the result was a complete success.
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The French actress attended the Chanel S/S 14 show wearing Lagerfeld’s matching bracelets embellished with bold, pearl studs. They were a surprising contrast to her otherwise conservative look.
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We can always count on RiRi to be ahead of the curve when it comes to trends, which is why weren’t surprised when we spotted her in this Pristine pearl earring back in November at the American Music Awards.
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The ethereal quality of Saldana’s Aurelie Bidermann Pearl Cuff ($645) paired perfectly with her ruffled Rodarte gown at the Star Trek: Into Darkness premiere earlier last year.
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We’re always waiting with bated breath to see what Creative Director of Garage Magazine will accessorize with next. We were delighted to see how she transformed a simple strand of pearls into the centerpiece of her ensemble.
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If you have an upcoming soiree to attend, we suggest experimenting with a pearl-embellished hairpiece a la this street styler. Not only is it charmingly feminine, but it’s also an unexpected way to draw attention to your look.
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The August: Osage County actress paired a Henrietta pearl earring with a fishtail braid to create a red carpet look that’s worthy of a second take.
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If you have an affinity for stacking rings, we suggest you take note of this eye-catching street style savant. The clusters of pearls are a refreshing take on the stacking trend, and add a fun, tactile quality to the look.
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Pegaso Pearl Bracelet ($513)
These fresh water pearls would be the perfect addition to a LBD.
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Double Pearl Necklace ($48)
We’re fairly certain this is the perfect party necklace.
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For all the traditional ladies out there, this earring selection goes out to you.
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Max & Chloe
This would be the perfect birthday gift for your daintiest girlfriend.
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Pearl Tassel Necklace ($45)
We’d layer this with a short-chained pendant necklace and a chambray shirt.
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Wear this with a crisp button-up and you’ll be office-ready!
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Makri for The Row
We just can’t get over this exquisite ring, and why should we?
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Majorette Pearl Earrings ($184)
Channel Emma Watson’s Golden Globes look for less!
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Wear this alone for ladylike appeal, or stack with other thin-chained bracelets for a dynamic arm party.
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White Pearl Ring ($332)
This ring is subtly feminine in the best way possible.
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Diamond Spider Brooch ($38)
Grab your favorite silky scarf and pin this chic brooch on it for a unique, statement look.
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Pearl Caps Stud Earrings ($30)
We enjoy this Art Deco take on the pearl earring, don’t you?