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There's a uniform for guys on Love Island. You start with a pair of swim shorts to complement a perfect six-pack, toss in a hilariously visible microphone pack at the waist, and top things off with a pair of sunglasses. Shirts strictly optional. It's minimal, but it works. Has for ages. So imagine my shock when I realized that a new addition has made its way into this reliable lineup. That's right: The Love Island guys are wearing pearl necklaces.
On a show where being scantily clad is the norm, even the slightest sartorial shifts feel seismic. And let's be honest with ourselves: Love Island isn’t too good at breaking the status quo, especially in terms of heteronormativity and its style trappings.
This is why, when I was watching this week’s episode and noticed every single man in the Cape Town villa was wearing a pearl necklace—and yes, they were all pearl specifically, not silver or gold chains—I was pleasantly surprised. Are we finally, truly in the era where pearl necklaces for men are so commonplace and fashionable that enterprising young British blokes would confidently wear them in their pursuits of love and fame, broadcast to the entire world…
Cultured pearls come in different sizes, shapes, and colors.
Perhaps the best-loved gems of all time, pearls—both natural and modern cultured pearls—occur in a wide variety of colors. The most familiar colors are white and cream (a light yellowish brown). Black, gray, and silver are also fairly common, but the palette of pearl colors extends to every hue. The main color, or bodycolor, is often modified by additional colors called overtones, which are typically pink (sometimes called rosé), green, purple, or blue. Some pearls also show the iridescent phenomenon known as orient.
This newly opened akoya pearl oyster reveals the cultured pearl that grew inside its gonad. This oyster’s scientific name is pinctada fucata (martensii).Cultured pearls are popular for bead necklaces and bracelets, or mounted in solitaires, pairs, or clusters for use in earrings, rings, and pendants. Larger pearls with unusual shapes are popular with creative jewelry designers.
This multicolored necklace combines the beauty of Tahitian and South Sea cultured pearls. The scientific names of the oysters that produced them are, respectively, Pinctada margaritifera and Pinctada maxima…