The opera length pearl necklace has a following completely it’s own. When you break down the idea of wearing an opera length necklace, the immediate thought of the perfect situation to wear it is when you go to the opera, or ideally to a play. While these are perfect places that you can (and should) wear an opera length necklace, they aren’t the only choices that you have to make.
Opera length pearls are an interesting option because they are traditionally formal, but there are plenty of ways to tone that formality down a notch by double or triple wrapping your opera pearls for a far more casual look, perfect for a cocktail party or other semiformal occasion.
When you’re looking to both tone down your look while making even more of a statement, consider replacing your traditional white opera length pearls with a multicolored opera length pearl necklace.
The stark difference between the multicolored pearls and the more traditional option is just the beginning. These pearls are not only a great choice for a more alternative look when you are at an extremely formal gathering, but they are also an excellent option when trying to make a statement in a less formal setting.
The double and triple wrapped options of the opera length setting make something that is even more interesting than simple wrapping a traditional opera length necklace, mainly due to the constantly changing interplay between the multicolored pearls. As you wear the necklace, the pearls will shift places and your color palette will change right before your eyes.
When do you wear an opera length necklace? Have you considered taking a look at some of our choices of multicolored opera length pearls? You may be surprised at what you find in our collection!