Saying I Love You with Flowers or Pearls for this Valentine's Day Gift in the Year of Tiger?

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The economy may be in shambles, but lovers will still want to give their sweethearts something that shows their devotion. Saying 'I love you' with flowers or with pearls for this Valentine’s Day, that is a question.

With March in full swing, the official start of Spring 2010 is already here. How do you refresh your wardrobe in a still fragile economy? What are the 2010 Spring Fashion Trends that are starting to show up in warmer climes?

The answer is bright colors and flattering sexy shapes which are getting the upper hand. While jewelry is hot for the spring, pearls are becoming the picture perfect look. From Michelle Obama's signature strand to Vera Wang's twisted pearls that made a statement at New York fashion week, it is easy to see that with low cut blouses and sleek, sexy pantsuits, pearls are the design of the day. How better to accessorize than with long strands of pearls or thick, stylish bracelets?

Pearls were traditionally looked on as heirloom jewelry, and a staid strand or expensive choker were commonplace gifts from mother to daughter in ages past. Today's confident, successful women can treat themselves to a variety of gold and pearl jewelry, however, mixing and matching pieces to match every outfit and occasion.

When the economy is as uncertain as it is right now, the most appealing apparel and accessories function as a panacea, with bright colors and flattering shapes to help to soothe our troubled minds. In fact, that can be pointed to as the reason why, this year, yellow is the big fashion color.

"This is great for pearl lovers who enjoy brighter colored pearls - match a yellow shell with a dove gray suit, and accessorize with a black pearl necklace, matching heels and a handbag for a fashion statement that gets people's attention. Or you can pair a softer yellow dress with coral colored pearls and a matching lipstick. The possibilities are endless!" says Lan Toma, spokesperson for On line pearls wholesaler, http://www.OrientalPearls.net.

To follow the spring fashion trend, OrientalPearls.net announced new products release with bright colored cultured pearls jewelry for the spring. And to help their consumers in a still fragile economy, a cultured baroque pearl necklace in a bright yellow color with a 925 silver clasp would start from $15 per strand.

"For people who buys directly from the source, even a woman on a budget as small as $15 can be fashionable and expensive looking with the right accessories", Lan Toma commented. The pearl and jewelry wholesale company sells cultured pearls on line directly to the public from its pearl farms, making it possible for any woman to afford to wear a chunky pearl bracelet or a long strand of knotted pearls for less than $50.

Even the economy is still slow, the fashion trend cycle is picking up speed these days as women want their jewelry to be unique. “That makes our custom-order-for-free-service more popular than ever before.” Lan Toma says. "Because customers want to design their own jewelry, with their own preferred choice the pearls color (we will process for them of course,) down to the type of clasp they want or to the design they can create themselves.” With in-house pearls color processing unit and artisans, the company is offering any colored pearl jewelry customization service with a 6 month free warranty for any modification of the jewelry for their customers as well.

Spring fashion in 2010 is about celebrating femininity. Even contemporary women are returning to femininity, as opposed to the in-your-face working women in power suits. Pearl jewelry is the perfect addition for a natural beauty look. The softness of each pearl can be set off by shimmering color and combined with gold settings to give a look of quiet elegance that gives an 'old money' feel without the high price tag, especially when you can get any kind of bright color you would like to have.

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