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    I see that 1 sleeved/asymetrical dresses are in fshion, but its started me thinking about necklaces that would work with it.
    Fair enough you could wear no necklace or a really short one so it doesnt interfere with the neckline but Im now thinking about a necklace that kinda goes off to the side adn follows paralell with the neckline.

    Anybody else thought about this,or is it just me and my odd mind?
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    click on the iomage to see it full size

    This is a necklace I made for a secret beader on another forum. I made a whole series using different semi precious stones. The asymetrical ones did not sell as well as the symetrical versions. Looking at the clients who bought the asymetrical ones, I think you need to be outgoing and very confident.
    I often wear one to my beading parties and party plan nights as they are incredibly noticable and striking. I never fail to get comments.
    full time mum and very very part time crafter.

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      I think the necklace would go lovely with the asymmetrical necklines. Only thing would be you would need to make one for both sides because you wouldn't be guaranteed that the neckline on the clothes would always be on the left or the right.

      But a brilliant idea.

      Cheers.

      Lisa

      Last edited by beadsbydesign; 25-05-2007, 11:24 AM. Reason: sorry lisa I pressed edit instead of quote.
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        Sorry about playing with your post Lisa!... I clicked edit instead of quote. I will probably get my modding privaledges withdrawn now!!

        Originally posted by candles by lisa View Post





        Only thing would be you would need to make one for both sides because you wouldn't be guaranteed that the neckline on the clothes would always be on the left or the right.



        or you could just turn the necklace round!!
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          Originally posted by beadsbydesign View Post
          Sorry about playing with your post Lisa!... I clicked edit instead of quote. I will probably get my modding privaledges withdrawn now!!




          or you could just turn the necklace round!!

          Yep, my idea isnt as gorgeous as BBD's.But im just trying to see how i can get the main part of the necklace to move to one side, rather than hang inthe middle like normal necklaces.
          Tried one idea which has worked.Doesnt look too appealing but I may make one and see if it sells.
          https://folksy.com/shops/GrimmExhibition


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            Originally posted by beadsbydesign View Post
            Sorry about playing with your post Lisa!... I clicked edit instead of quote. I will probably get my modding privaledges withdrawn now!!




            or you could just turn the necklace round!!
            Didn't evem notice. Can you do that? I know some beads are round so it wouldn't matter with them but your design looks like it is the type of beads that are set in metal (does that make sense) you know the kind that are shiny on the front but on the back they are inset!!! I am totally useless at describing things. Even worse trying to give directions!!

            hehe.
            Lisa

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