Just like Marilyn’s diamonds were her best friends, you could also say that so were her chandelier earrings. The popular 50’s icon was photographed numerous times wearing different styles of chandelier earrings made out of pearls and diamonds; and though the fifties are long gone, the style has remained!

The word “chandelier” has its roots in the latin word “candere” which translates into “glisten”. A perfect definition for the purpose of this accessory: to shine the beauty of the woman who’s wearing them. The chandeliers can vary in designs that adapt to the fashion of a picnic day or to an outfit for a night out and about.

Short and long, thin or voluminous, with pearls and brilliants, cubic zirconia and blue goldstone, green aventurine and rose quartz, for chandeliers – the combinations and the styles are unlimited. For your next night out, remember to glisten with your chandelier…

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