What DO We Mean By Power Pearls?
We have seen a lot of Kamala Harris and her Power Pearls, but, actually, there are other Power Pearls all through history.
For the Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala India, his considerable stack of pearl necklaces was a clear sign of his power.
During the Middle Ages in Medieval Europe, it was a law that pearls could only be worn by royalty and high nobility. Pearls have a long history of being associated with wealth, status and...power all over the world.
Egyptians loved pearls so much they were buried with them. You remember the story of Cleopatra dissolving a pearl in a glass of wine and drinking it to resolve a bet with Marc Anthony that she could consume the wealth of an entire nation in one meal?
Pearls are and always have been a sign of polish and poise. Beyond that, they signal success and class. Most of the recent First Ladies and now our Vice President have worn pearls as a distinctive display of the power of their position.
Pearls are bring worn as power by women and men to show confidence, prestige, and strength.
And now there are so many new designs with many different shapes, colors and sizes of pearls to wear that we all may feel a little bit of this power too.