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Pearl Clasp Baroque pearl necklace review

#jewelryover40 natural baroque opera length pearl necklace c/o Pearl Clasp
Fashion over 40 woman with pearl necklace, bomber jacket and tweed skirt
GNW Luxe sweater, Eddie Bauer tweed skirt, GNW tights, Vince Camuto suede boots, Rebecca Taylor floral print silk bomber jacket (all own) and baroque natural opera length pearl necklace c/o Pearl Clasp

In today’s post I would like to introduce you to Pearl Clasp, a company that sells beautiful pearl necklaces online. They send me this beautiful natural color baroque opera length pearl necklace for review.

#jewelryover40 Baroque pearl necklace
Baroque pearl necklace to illustrate the length and size of the natural pearls c/o Pearl Clasp

Description of natural color Pearl Clasp baroque pearl necklace

As it is typical for baroque pearls, each pearl has its own form and pearls vary in size. The Pearl Clasp baroque pearl necklace is knotted and a total of 60 inch long. Of course, one can wear it full length or wrapped around the neck twice like an infinity scarf. It also looks nice and classic when knotted. However, it is also long enough that one can even wear it as a triple strand necklace when applying a little trick.

#fashionover40 woman in work outfit with baroque pearl necklace
Side view of work outfit with GNW Luxe sweater, Eddie Bauer tweed skirt, GNW tights, Vince Camuto suede boots, Rebecca Taylor floral print silk bomber jacket (all own) and baroque natural opera length pearl necklace c/o Pearl Clasp

Pro tip: How to wrap and opera length necklace in three strands

The trick is easy. You hang the necklace around your neck, twist it and hang it around a second time. Now you pull the necklace very tight to your neck for the two strands you made already, twist it a second time and wrap it around the neck another time. Then carefully adjust the length of the resulting three strands to get a look like shown in the photos of this post.

#jewelryover40 natural baroque opera length pearl necklace c/o Pearl Clasp
Zoom-in on baroque opera length natural pearl necklace c/o Pearl Clasp wrapped three times around the neck

Pearl Clasp pearls have a great luster

I really love the luster of these pearls. Despite the pearls differ in color naturally it seems that each of them reflects light also in the colors of the others. Since there are gray, white, rose, black and brown pearls as well as pearls with bluish and greenish undertones the necklace is very versatile to style. In this OOTD, I went with a floral bomber jacket that picks up the colors of the necklace and the gray of the skirt, boots and tights. The heather pink sweater is a nice canvas for this beautiful necklace.

Verdict

I got many compliment on this necklace when I wore it at work 🙂 . This Pearl Clasp necklace is great for women over 40. It has a fresh modern take on a timeless classic – the pearl necklace.  The different color and size of the natural baroque pearls look contemporary and not stiff or conservative at all. They definitively grab the interest of the on-viewer. If I had seen the necklace, I would have had a hard time not to get it. If you are not a fan of baroque pearls, let me tell you that this opera length pearl necklace also comes in round pearls in white and black. Check out the Pearl Clasp online store, they have also timeless single strand pearl necklaces, pearl earrings and pearl pendants that are wow worthy. Hint, hint: Pearl jewelry is also great as a Valentine’s Day gift. ❤

P.S. The baroque pearl necklace is not featured on Pearl Clasp’s web page. Thus, contact them when you want to buy it. All other pearl item mentioned in this post are available online.

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Photos: N. Mölders, G. Kramm

Disclosure: The baroque natural pearl necklace is a sample from Pearl Clasp. The post is not endorsed by them. I wrote it entirely myself and it represents my own 100% honest opinion.

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