Parisian Chic Pearl Necklace


Parisian Chic Pearl Necklace


Parisian Chic Pearl Necklace
Parisian Chic Pearl Necklace

Go high fashion with this Dior knockoff necklace. This Parisian Chic Pearl Necklace is an asymmetrical show stopper worthy of the catwalk. Follow this tutorial to learn how to make a necklace that looks just as stunning as its high fashion counterparts without the high price. It's not every day that a DIY necklace can make you feel at home on the streets of Paris, but this DIY jewelry project will have you saying "Oo-la-la!" Grab your bulky beads of choice, like these pearl strands, and create a waterfall necklace that is sure to turn heads.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypePearl

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeNecklace


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It's a beautiful necklace, and I'g like to make it for my wife... Unfortunately the link to the instructions doesn't work, or the target of the link is gone. Can you fix that please? --Rick

Hi Rick, the link for this project has been updated. Our apologies for the inconvenience! - Editors of AllFreeJewelryMaking

Wow! This is an amazing necklace. The perfect fashion accessory for a night out on South Beach. It will fit right in with the art deco look and the night life party clothes everyone wears while partying here. I am definitely going to attempt to make some sort of version of this very chic necklace.

Oh this is SO gorgeous! Its been a while since the last time I created jewelry. I have been so busy. Now Im in holidays and definitely want to make this pearl necklace! Though it time consuming, it worth the result. I never would have thought to use a headband. Genius!

This is such an unusual and stunning statement piece. It looks like it is straight off the catwalk this season, a proper show stopper. You would definitely need a simple outfit so not to take away from this piece, looks very Channel inspired. I will try recreate this, I really hope I can its so beautiful, has anyone else made this yet?

So creative and different! Another version might be to graduate the length of each strand evenly rather than the alternating of shorter then longer as you go. It would be an edgier look, but still the basic design. I could also see using two or three color gradients, like a pinkish pearl tone, paired with classic white or ivory or even the blue tones. This definitely would get a lot of glances!

Great ideas on how to change it up, Marilyn! I like the idea of using pinkish pearls for this necklace.

This is a super gorgeous twist on a pearl necklace! I really adore how it is is so different from a string of beads.

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Irresistible. Dynamic and eye-catching, exudes class and style -- have to hie myself to the bead store

This looks so expensive and chic! I'm having a Chanel moment here )

This necklace is so cool, it really does look like the real thing! It would also be a cool technique to use for a bracelet.

Wow, I'm so impressed she came up with this designer knock-off that looks so chic!


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