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There is something about pearls that allow them to navigate through time with swimming versatility. Case in the point: the classic grandmother necklace that Baublebar redefined, featuring a seashell as a charm ($58), the cute heart-shaped woven tote with fake pearls by Loeffer Randall (Net-a-porter, $250) and the very trendy nacreous version of hair pins available at Zara for $19.90.
And if stuffing a treasure chest with pieces that work for any season is your thing, check out Joolz by Martha Calvo’s ($110 at Revolve) with a bracelet that takes the most out of fresh water pearls’ elegant singularity. H&M's take on the classic is to pair them with golden coins ($12.99).
It is clear that from multiple explorations to the bottom of the sea in search of sunken treasures, marine life itself was considered as true wealth at some point. Thus, craftsmen take as many seashells, pearls and oceanic stones as they can to accessorize any look. Designers continue to fill jewelry coffers inspired by the shapes and textures of the oceanic landscape.