New York, NY (PRWEB) August 16, 2012
Rene Russo and Kevin Costner weren't the only things heating up the screen in the 1996 movie, “Tin Cup.” The now-classic golf movie/love story also initiated a nationwide rage for the tin cup pearl necklace worn by Russo at the film's happy-ending wedding ceremony. The piece, originally designed by Wendy Brigode, featured pearls evenly spaced along a single strand necklace. Since then, dozens of designers – featuring gems from diamonds to rubies to Swarovski crystals – have tried their hands at re-creating the popular tin cup pearl necklace.
Although the necklace never completely went out of fashion, today, American Pearl, the distinguished online pearl store in Manhattan's Diamond District, says they are noticing a rebirth of interest in the original pearl tin cup necklace style. The company says that while the other styles have stood the test of time, the original tin cup pearl necklace is “the most majestic,” of the style line, and the most versatile. Women who are participating in the revival of the style are saying that they can wear them to add a little something high-fashion to a casual outfit, or transform an already dressy outfit into red-carpet- ready.
American Pearl invites you to browse their secure website, or stop in at the company's showroom at 576 Fifth Ave., to find your own signature brand of tin cup pearl necklaces. Boasting the most innovate selection of Tahitian, Japanese Akoya, Golden South Sea, White South Sea, leather, pearl and gemstone and pearl and diamond tin cup necklaces available on the market, you're sure to find your trademark style there at the lowest possible price.
About American Pearl:
In business since 1950, American Pearl has become synonymous with unsurpassed pearl jewelry designs. Always a leading innovator and trend setter, American Pearls unwavering commitment to providing you with the absolute best pearls at the absolute best prices has consistently put them in the forefront of the pearl jewelry business for over half a century.
For more information, please visit http://www.americanpearl.com/affordable.html