Hot Trend in Versatile Tin Cup Necklace

Thursday, May 13, 2010 General News J E 4
The tin cup, or floating pearl, necklace was named after the 1996 golf movie “Tin Cup”. This stylish and collectible design quickly became a hot accessory for television and print media. Over a decade later, the tin cup necklace remains a perennial favorite not only for its delicate and feminine style, but also for its versatility. As one of the most versatile types of must-have jewelry, tin cup necklace suits nearly every occasion from formal to casual. It is always a favorite for wedding; The timeless elegance of pearls is always fantastic on brides as well as a marvellous classic style to complement any bridal gown. Many celebrities adore the lustre of pearls too, like First Lady Michelle Obama, and are often photographed wearing this design. The tin cup necklace is surely the absolute best type of necklace to wear to the office, which adding an understated elegance to your office attire, and then can so easily be a great building block to add style to your casual tshirts. It turns out that the pearl tin cup necklace is the one piece as a all time favourable jewelry for the gorgeous versions from which to choose and so easy to suit your own needs and personal style. The delicate spacing of the pearls makes the necklace dainty enough for a girl, yet the style is one that she will still adore when she is a sophisticated adult. The openness of the spaced pearls also make it light enough to combine with other pieces without ever looking overdone. The timeless beauty of a pearl tin cup necklace is an absolute classic. Whichever type of tin cup necklace you select, it is sure to quickly become your favorite piece of jewelry.


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