The Jumbo Collection from Twisted Silver

One of the biggest trends in jewelry on the spring/summer 2013 runways was the giant pearl. Designers, especially in Paris, paired various colors of jumbo pearls together to create bold clusters of pearls. The large-scale pearls and balls were paired with lady-like ensembles and classic styles adding a modern twist to a timeless vibe.

The jumbo pearl jewelry trend from the runway has already started to hit the streets. Twisted Silver first gave a nod to the giant pearl trend when they released the “Swank” collection last week. The “Swank” Collection gave Fashionistas a classic yet edgy way to rock this 2013 jewelry trend. Today, Twisted Silver has released the “Jumbo” collection which is bigger and bolder than any other pearl collection we have seen in the past from the Bay Area Jeweler. The “Jumbo” Collection also offers more of a feminine, funky, and slightly edgy vibe than the “Swank” collection offered.

The “Jumbo” collection has just the right mix of metallics and pastels on large pearls. This makes the “Jumbo” collection the perfect accessory to spring/summer 2013’s pastel hues, A-line skirts and lady-like dresses. In addition to working well with pastels, the “Jumbo” collection easily blends with spring/summer 2013’s bright colors, prints and patterns. Love that!

The earrings are neutral and feature one gigantic, silver pearl dangling on a silver chain. The earrings can easily be worn everyday and night with any ensemble from casual through to party attire. 

Twisted Silver’s “Jumbo” bracelet can be worn alone or stacked with other bracelets to create a casual or dressy, personalized look.

The “Jumbo” collection from Twisted Silver debuted online today at The bracelet is priced at $40 and the earrings are priced at $30. Use coupon code INSIDERS for a 15% discount. Happy shopping, and stay fabulous 

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Photos: Jumbo collection c/o Twisted Silver

Photos: Top three photos; Cathy/Bay Area Fashionista 2012 ©
Bottom two photos; courtesy of Twisted Silver