I’ve always been a huge fan of the Pandora fantasy necklace system. They’re a little more practical for me in light of both my active lifestyle and the fact I spend an enormous amount of time at the keyboard. Recently the Pandora Dutch distributor published a beautiful inspirational bracelet boasting soft neutral colours.
The bracelet struck me for it’s immense versatility and I was keen to attempt to recreate it. I didn’t quite have the required beads and was keen to offer a slightly different execution on the theme. I shunned the use of silver beads aside from the Pandora Baby Dragon splitter. Arguably a floral splitter would have been more appropriate for the Pandora Hearts & Love Charms of this necklace but I’m far more fond of the fantasy beads.
Despite the fact that I wear fantasy necklaces so frequently, I’ve generally neglected them on my blog. I’ll openly admit that a huge part of this is down to finding them so tricky to photograph! The necklace feels rather more random than the original bracelet I was keen to emulate. The latter does use multiple examples of the same bead however, which goes a long way into creating a cohesive feeling. Following the US debut of the Pandora collection for spring summer 2014, this charm jewellery blog article alerts readers to their European launch.
Last week saw the Pandora collection debut in the usa. It’s an aptly named release that channels boho-chic vibes perfect for summer. The use of gemstones is heavily exploited in this colourful collection. They’ll ship http://www.permabiltonline.com/pandora-travel-charms-canada-sale.html globally but naturally this is of most interest to my European based readers unable to order from the official store in the usa. Remember the next release is the Pandora collection, officially marketed as Natural Wonders will debut on the 10th of March.
To showcase this link I opted to team it with the aforementioned Pandora BirthStone Charms Canada | Cheap Pandora Charms Outlet birth month flowers. I wanted to avoid glass entirely as it’s a look that just doesn’t work for me. Rather I created a wholly silver bracelet and twinned it with a Pandora rubber and silver creation.
Lovers of floral design are going to adore this link. Of the two overtly floral links (Bloom and Poppy Decadence) I vastly prefer this design. The simple floral focus feels less fussy than Pandora with it’s littered surface texturing.
For those then appreciative of more feminine design, combining it with Bloom and the existing floral links will create a spring time bracelet.
There’s one final note I’d like to make regarding the practical aspects of this line. After experimenting quite extensively with the whole release, it feels to me that the tiny gap in the link that lends X it’s name has been narrowed a shade. I have heard reports of people losing bracelets from their wrist though I’ll openly say this has never happened to me. A couple of these links were downright difficult to remove from neighbouring links. I received the release in it’s entirety, all linked together in a single bracelet and it took easily ten minutes to detach the links from each other.
Earlier today a teaser image of an upcoming Pandora release appeared on social Pandora Sports Charms. This Pandora blog article brings a sneak peek of this teaser as a possible Pandora Easter 2014 sneak peek.
Last week I speculated that we’d see a Pandora release during March, or at least a preview. Earlier today a number of European distributors issued a teaser image via social media. Typically of teasers, it’s a very ambiguous image but I’m guessing it’s a sneak peek of the Pandora Easter 2014 release. With the Pandora Mother’s Day 2014 release debuting on March the 21st and Easter falling on Sunday April the 20th, aside from a miscellaneous limited edition, I can’t imagine what else we’re currently expecting.