Are you Ready?!

Coleman Douglas Pearls
This weekend looks to be anything but relaxed! What with the Wimbledon and Henley finals.
How are you going to cope?!
First things first, throw out the worry beads and put on those Pearls, you might as well look beautiful and stylish while coping with the intense competition unfolding on screen!

Pearls are known for Coleman Douglas Pearlsbeing a symbol of purity, wisdom, beauty and wealth, but the main beauty of pearls lie in the fact that they glow and therefore enharnce their wearer’s beauty.
This has been recognised since the beginning of civilisation with style leaders throughout time, such as Cleopatra, Mary Tudor, Queen Elizabeth I, Coco Chanel, Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, the late Princess Diana, Kristin Scott Thomas, Anna Wintour and Angelina Jolie all favouring pearls.

‘I feel undressed if I don’t have my pearls on. My pearls are my security blanket.’ – Lady Sarah Churchill

Rihanna wearing pearlsIt seems that Rihanna agrees with the quote from Lady Sarah Churchill, turning up at the Chanel show on Wednesday in just an oversized cardigan and multiple pearl strands!
In Vanity Fair Rihanna’s outfit was described as “several strands of pearls, last night’s smoky eye, and … what appears to be a barely buttoned nightgown.”

Pearls have the ability to look perfect with anything from jeans to a red carpet dress.’ – Chrissie Douglas

Now we do not suggest that Coleman Douglas Pearlsyou start waltzing around outside in a ‘barely buttoned nightgown’, but we do encourage you to wear your pearls as much as possible, as the natural oils in your skin help to keep the pearls moisturised.

If you would like to learn more about how to preserve the life of your pearls, how and where pearls are made, the different varieties of pearls, how to choose the best pearls for you and much more, then join us for one of our Pearl Talks happening throughout the year at our Pearl Showroom, located at 42 Beauchamp Place, London, SW3 1NX.

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