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Resort Fashion with an Urban Twist

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Published on Jul 17, 2012

Break the rules by layering unusual necklaces together."There is something so cool about pairing a traditional pearl necklace with a modern leather one," explains Catherine. Catherine's personal style tips: layer two or three different types of necklaces on top of each other. According to Catherine, "you can mix and match just about anything." Consider this unusual combo: a big, chunky baroque pearl necklace; a vibrant turquoise bead necklace; a leather band collar with magnetic clasp. Catherine also suggests knotting two pearl necklaces together. "The look is really amazing." Add a pair of long turquoise teardrop earrings to tie it all together.
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Featured Styles:
#481780- Turquoise Bead Necklace
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About Catherine Andreozzi:
Long recognized as a leader in apparel design, Catherine Andreozzi's collections have been exhibited all over the world. She also heads the Apparel Design Department at the Rhode Island School of Design. "For me, jewelry is a way to express one's individuality," explains Andreozzi. "It's fun to mix and match pieces in new, unexpected ways."

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