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Chandelier Dangle Earrings Blog | Check out our Website for Thousands of Other Elegant, Classy, Low-Key, or Up-To-Date Styles of Jewelry & Accessories. Chandelier Dangle Earrings Blog Home Register Login Subscribe Site Search Follow Us! Follow @4ufangear Recent Posts History of Earrings & Jewelry 1966, Part 11C Other Fashion Designers & Jewelry Middle 60’s Cubic Zirconia Earrings Shine and Sparkle History of Earrings & Jewelry 1966, Part 11B The British Mod Look A Pearl Necklace And Earring Set Is Perfect For My Love Of Pearl Jewelry History of Earrings & Jewelry 1960, Part 11A Archives August 2016 July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 November 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 October 2012 Categories Bling Ring Bracelets Chandelier Earrings CZ Bracelets Dangle Earrings Drop Earrings Elegant Earrings Elegenat Jewerly Fashion Accessories Gemstones Gold Earrings Gold Necklace & Earrings Set Hoop Earrings Jeweled Scarves Jewelry Ladies Earrings Large and Small Earrings and sets Necklace and Earring sets Necklaces Pearl Drop Necklace & Earring Set Pearls Rings Silver Clear CZ Earrings Silver Earrings Silver Jewelry Small earrings Small Elegant Earrings Small Gold Earrings Statement Earrings Statement Jewelry Studs Studs August 2016 M T W T F S S ? Jul 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Add Comment 0 8 August, 2016 History of Earrings & Jewelry 1966, Part 11C Other Fashion Designers & Jewelry Middle 60’s This will be the final blog about the Mid 60’s designs before moving on to the Latter 60’s. There were other designers that I felt also deserved recognition for their part in creating the fashion of the Mid 60’s…. *Designer, André Courrèges, the first haute-couture house to embrace the mini, conceptualized the “moon girl” in his ’64 line, mostly silver-and-white futuristic mini-dresses, paired with white mid-shin-high boots. It also meant sleek lines, drop-waist jackets, graphic prints, and colorful, flashy accessories. Some of his clothes are displayed here. He just died this year 2016 in January, what great talent to lose. With the successes of Mary Quant, Betsy Johnson, Barbara Hulanicki and other young female 1960’s designers, all the major Fashion Houses followed suit. The likes of Chanel, Dior and Y’ves Saint Laurent were soon offering the shorter mini styles in their couture lines. Not as risqué as what was coming out of swinging London it definitely emphasized the importance of the mini skirt as a new style icon. Jewelry standout shapes in chunky plastics became large colorful hoops, large bracelets, geometric style earrings and bracelets, flower power daisy necklace and earrings, triangles, pop art flowers. Bright colors of all hues, green, pinks, and purples, black & white, or all mixed together meant psychedelic colors. Match or not, made no difference. Have you noticed after looking at the fashions of the 60’s, how history is being repeated right now with the large jewelry? **A bit of trivia – Some controversy surrounds who invented the miniskirt, but Andre Courreges usually gets the credit. Yet it was Mary Quant who popularized the swinging Sixties look and edged the miniskirt to mainstream. http://fiftiesweb.com/ Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 3 August, 2016 Cubic Zirconia Earrings Shine and Sparkle I have always loved the idea of having a pair of diamond earrings, but of course, it doesn’t make that much sense for me to spend so much money just on a pair of earrings. Real diamonds are much too expensive and though they are beautiful the price is just a bit too high for me. I have been looking into different types of alternatives instead. To make sure that I am able to get something with a similar level of sparkle, I have been working on finding some different types of earrings that have cubic zirconia as part of them. I have seen the way that cubic zirconia earrings shine and sparkle and I find it very impressive that these different types of earrings look so beautiful all of the time. I am planning to go ahead and buy a beautiful pair of earrings like these since I feel that these are perfect items to have around. I really love the idea of being able to add some shine and sparkle to my more elegant outfits. While diamonds are too expensive, cubic zirconia will make a lovely substitute that will work really well with any of the outfits that I wear regularly. Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 31 July, 2016 History of Earrings & Jewelry 1966, Part 11B The British Mod Look 1966 introduced the world to the mini skirt and vinyl Go-Go boots, and the hippie movement added flowers, psychedelic prints, and bell-bottoms. One-piece jumpsuits in wild, colorful prints by Emilio Pucci vied for attention alongside double-breasted blazers by Pierre Cardin, and denim jackets were seen being worn over A-line dresses. In the 1950s, Emilio Pucci [had] began developing his signature prints: graphic, abstract designs inspired by the world around him – Sicilian mosaics, heraldic banners, Bali Batiks, and African motifs. It was the first time that such pulsing geometric patterns had been incorporated into clothing and the effect was highly original, so much so that the international fashion press, smitten by his bold, radical approach, crowned him “The Prince of Prints”. Each print was like a work of art born upon a silk canvas, framed with a decorative border and signed in the artist’s name – “Emilio”. In the 1960s, his designs became prominent as celebrities, such as Sophia Loren to Jacki Kennedy began wearing them. Pucci was an example of transitioning from the luxurious couture to the ready-to-wear in North America. Up top, women wore turban-like bubble toques made of feathers, prints, or mesh. Zippered Bobbie helmets exuded a Carnaby Street vibe, as did patent-leather jockey caps, from jet black to bright yellow, wide-brimmed to narrow-brimmed. The 1960s that began with a new, young, President Kennedy, beautiful wife Jacki, and 2 adorable children, ended in 1963 in a violent manner, and hit the nation hard. Looking for something new, 1964 brought the Beetles to the US, and the British Invasion began with Twiggy becoming an icon of the “mod” look. There were also the “Twiggy Eyes”, for us to try and mimic, along with the mini skirt. PS: Test to see who is reading these…who is the lady featured in the above pose laying partly on the floor wearing the white go-go boots? Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 27 July, 2016 A Pearl Necklace And Earring Set Is Perfect For My Love Of Pearl Jewelry I love being a girl and getting to dress up in cute outfits, wear my hair different ways, and to experiment with jewelry and makeup. I like to be feminine and to have a feminine and modern look. I absolutely love the look of pearls and I love pearl jewelry. This jewelry looks great on me and I think that it makes me look very classy as well. I like being beautiful in a classic way and my pearl jewelry helps me achieve that. I love the way that the pearls contrast against my skin and that you can dress them up or dress them down. I love wearing pearls with my hair in a cute bun and a casual outfit or wearing them with a formal dress and my hair flowing. I recently got a new pearl necklace and earring set that is just perfect for me. This set gives me just the right dose of style and I love wearing the pieces separately or together. The necklace is absolutely beautiful and it is understated, yet it has a stand-out look. The earrings are glamorous and pretty. Being able to have great style with stunning pearl jewelry is awesome. Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 23 July, 2016 History of Earrings & Jewelry 1960, Part 11A So much happened within the 1960s that this blog must also be split into 2 parts. The first of the 1960s continued what the 1950s ended with. Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn kicked off the decade with their signature suits in pinks and pastels.” During the 1960s, necklaces and jewelry sets were so popular. You could walk into any department store and find an abundance of chains, beads, pendants and lovely matching sets with any combinations of necklaces, bracelets, brooches, and earrings. In prior eras, much of the jewelry had the same look or style, but in the 1960s the jewelry industry exploded with a wide variety of styles. Glass, crystal and plastic beads were all the rage, but chunky chain necklaces were also very popular. The word parue came in and defined the jewelry sets, made popular by our young President’s wife, Jacki Kenney. “A full parure, or three piece set, usually included a matching necklace, bracelet, and earrings. Demi-parures are two matching pieces, such as a necklace with earrings or bracelet with earrings. A grand parure is four matching pieces and usually includes a necklace, bracelet, earrings, and a brooch or a ring. The concept of costume jewelry, per se, wasn’t introduced until the late 1920s, when Coco Chanel launched a line of bold “statement” accessories, made of non-precious material. The 1960s saw a rebirth of costume jewelry as the decade moved on, with the birth of the hippie movement which rebelled against the “establishment” and wanted their own style of clothing, jewelry, and more. Coco Chanel was a designer who left her mark in the fashion world for years to come. She introduced women’s trousers, the perfume Chanel #5, and much more. Coco is also known for making small quips and here are just a couple that I like: A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous & In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different. CollectorsWeekly.com Jewelry in Fashion History/1960’s.com myclassicjewelry.com Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 20 July, 2016 The History of Earrings and Jewelry 1955-1963 & 60’s Change, 10B Before we move on to the 60’s, I thought it interesting that it was during this time that the US War Production Board, between 1950 – 1959, sponsored a measurements survey of 100,000 women, using the data to standardize sizing for the garment industry. The 50’s fashion was regulated by three C’s – Code, Conformity, and Consumerism. Women’s focus was on rearing children and keeping house as they had largely left the war years’ workplace. That conformity was defined by 5 different types of outfits: housework or lounging in the home, going out for errands or business, maternity wear, party-appropriate clothing for social gatherings, and work uniforms (for those in the middle class yet still in the lower socio-economic station of life). Look-a-like, matching, outfits of mothers and daughters were popular, once again proving that style was used to set a common standard look. A lot of clothing was similar in shape and silhouette but varied in color, pattern or type of fabric. Enter the 1960s, a period dominated by youth, which was also defined by an explosion of political and social revolutions that fractured society. Profound changes for everyone came about, as everything from styles, roles of women, and social- mores were questioned. The Civil Rights movement, the Vietnam War, and the Women’s Movement dominated national attention. This post war generation, which became known as the “baby boomers”, entered college during this period. This generation, by its sheer numbers, became the dominant demographic group following WWII. Change in the styles, colors, and jewelry followed this rise of youth domination. To be continued….. Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 16 July, 2016 The History of Earrings and Other Jewelry, Part 10 Post war, 1955-1963, Art, Design, and Visual Thinking writes “In 1955 Dior suddenly died, leaving his empire to a 21 year old assistant named Yves St. Laurent…[who] proceeded to introduce a series of innovations in silhouette that established him as the trend setter for years to come…he experimented with less closely fitted styles, using materials that permitted him to sculpt shapes that stood away from the body… the silhouette was generally more tubular than it had been. Other influential designers in this period were Givenchy, Claire McCardell and Bonnie Cashin. However, glamorous images devised by the media and the fashion designer still characterized the ideal female image. Among the ideals of the fashionable woman in this period were Audrey Hepburn and Jacqueline Kennedy.” Fashion became more fitted with large collars and the most prominent featured jewelry was pearls or other jewelry up close to the neck. Earrings were more sedate worn closer to the earlobe. The picture of the lady in yellow with the red background, was actually the cover of VOGUE in 1959. The lady in the full skirt with the gray background was the featured cover of ELLE June 1959. You will notice I added a picture of a lady in her girdle and bra from Life by Formfit. These were made by a company established in 1917 as a maker of women’s “foundation garments” – mainly corsets and girdles. Later they changed to bras and briefs. However, their girdles and bras would have helped in the “tubular silhouette” created by Yves St. Laurent. Next week, fashion’s change in the 60’s. Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 6 July, 2016 New Fashion Accessories Keep Me Looking Stylish Everyday I love shopping for stylish fashion accessories. I can never get enough of them. I have always been a girly girl and I have always loved to have lots of jewelry and accessories. There are a lot of accessories out there that can give you a whole new look or complete whatever outfit you are wearing. My accessories include everything from shoes to purses and jewelry, and I love going shopping to find something that is more stylish and looks even better on me than everything else that I already have. I am always working on myself and always working to improve my style and look better. I think it is a process that never really ends. I love shopping for the latest fashion accessories. I like experimenting with my look and trying different colors or styles that I haven’t tried before. There are so many cool trends out there. I like buying jewelry the most and to find unique pieces that have lots of style. I think that a lady can never have enough accessories and I am always excited to go shopping for more lovely things. I also enjoy buying accessories as gifts for my best girlfriends too. Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 3 July, 2016 The History of Earrings and The New Look, 1946-1955, Part 9 B “The French designer Christian Dior, in a move to fulfill this yen (and re-establish the French fashion industry), introduced the New Look in 1946. It featured long hemlines, narrow shoulders and closely fitted bodices, and full, crinolined skirts. In many ways, this look resembled the fashions of the Early Victorian era, which was also a period that focused on domesticity. Dior subsequently introduced a narrow long skirt, which gave a figure revealing silhouette not unlike that of 1880. The New Look also required a kind of corseting, in the form of the two-way stretch “merry widow” and matching girdle. Pearls and gloves were once again popular. (Art, Design, and Visual Thinking) (V is for Vintage) “Diamonds were still the glamour favorite but pearls become highly fashionable again — especially pearl necklaces which are considered a sign of subtle elegance, innocence and femininity. Real pearls were still a sign of wealth, purity and class without being too obvious; however, it became increasingly difficult to tell the difference between real and fake pearls.” Trumpet & Horn have a wonderful snippet on the jewelry of that time: “Post-war 1950’s was a time of great economic growth that lead to a rise in the upper middle class. Jewelry from the 1950’s reflected this new prosperity by featuring an abundance of gemstones set in flashy, dramatic designs, with a focus once again on diamonds, diamonds, and more diamonds. In 1948, DeBeers unveiled their still famous ad slogan “Diamonds Are Forever“, prompting an increased demand for using diamonds in all types of jewelry. So readers, we now know where the “Diamonds Are Forever” phrase came from, and it was not a movie:) However, in our present time, we can buy real or faux pearls, and the same with real or imitation diamonds. Depending on what we can afford, we all make choices of what we can have or not. But remember to enjoy whatever we have, and dress to show it off. Whether pearl or diamond, real or faux, necklaces, bracelets, or earrings wear them with pride and thankfulness. Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Add Comment 0 27 June, 2016 The History of Earrings and The New Look, 1946-1955, Part 9 A According to Art, Design, and Visual Thinking “After the hardships of the War, soldiers returned to take up careers and marry, and women were expected to give up their wartime careers to become homemakers and mothers. Again, with this new domesticity, there was a move toward a more feminine look. There was also a desire to indulge a yen for luxury, after the years of deprivation and rationing. ” “A new availability of different types of fabrics and larger quantities of these fabrics allowed a new type of fashion to bloom during the fifties, especially in the United States. Women’s dresses in particular exploded with excess fabric, showing off intricate gatherings, a multitude of pleats, poofy petticoats, and fabulous collars, all made of the best taffeta, nylon, rayon, wool and leather in the brightest and boldest patterns and colors. The 1950’s marked the beginning of one of the biggest economic booms in US history and spurred the rise of consumerism and American excess that has defined a lot of our culture in the US and worldwide for the past sixty years. Style Clothing became an important part of culture in the 1950s, with the country going through many societal and cultural changes. It would showcase one’s place in society more so than ever before and became a way to express conformity and individual identity. (Thepeopleshistory.com). Wikiwiki further explains the Post WWII “Television joined fashion magazines and movies in disseminating clothing styles.” Earrings were kept closer to the ear, with ear clips still used as the method of attachment. Most sets purchased were a broach with matching earrings. To be continued….. Part 9 B Did you like this? Share it: Tweet Older Entries > Chandelier Dangle Earrings Blog social media advertising by iePlexus.com. Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS).

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