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January 28, 2016

The secret to a successful career is to tackle each day with confidence and determination. But what if you feel you have no energy and office politics are getting the better of you? This may sound vain, but the answer may lie in investing in your wardrobe, or more specifically: in pearls. Pearls are incredible jewels that exude elegance and poise. A pearl is formed inside an oyster by a fascinating process. Click here to read the story.

Can pearls do for you what oysters do for pearls and transform you into an elegant woman who exudes confidence? The answer’s yes! It’s a fact if you’re confident and feel good about yourself, you’ll perform better at the task at hand. Pearls are the perfect vessel to give you a confidence boost, and help you nail that stressful presentation or handle a difficult client.

Who Benefit the Most From Wearing Pearls?

Office ladies. Whether you’re the president of a company or the filing clerk, pearls will put extra confidence into your step. There are many different pearl jewelry designs; you are bound to find something that’ll suit your style and personality.

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When to Wear Pearls

It’s the perfect choice for an office outfit, as long as you don’t over-accessorize. Whenever you need a bit of extra oomph to get you through the day, pearls are your perfect choice. The added benefit of pearls is you can wear it from daytime to evening, so bring on the after-work drinks.

How to Wear Pearls with Your Office Outfit

Pearls can be dressed up or dressed down; their effortless elegance will make you look fantastic in whatever style you choose. Play with a few different looks until you find your style.

Here are some ideas on how to kick it up a notch at the office:

  • If You’re a Romantic

When you think of pearls, a romantic, vintage outfit quickly comes to mind. You don’t need to wear a flapper dress to nail this look. Wear long strands of pearls with a modern lace or chiffon top. Play around with layering different sizes and lengths of strands.

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  • Be on Trend

For a trendier look mix and match pearls with other necklaces. From monochrome to bright colors, pearls will bind it all together. Don’t be afraid to take risks. Try out different colored pearls; black, brown or lavender pearls are unique, and will quickly make you stand out from the crowd.

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  • Committed to Elegance

If Audrey Hepburn is your idol, this is for you. Wear a princess necklace with a well-tailored dress and you’ll rock the boardroom. Don’t over-accessorize; a single necklace, ring, bracelet or pair of earrings is all you need to look graceful.

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Get inspiration from style icons and experiment until you find your own flair. You may only need to invest in a few classic pieces to turn your old outfits into the envy of your colleagues. You’ll have the presence of a strong woman who needs to be taken seriously, which may well take your career to the next level.





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