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Posted: 19 December 2017 at 01:51 | IP Logged Quote Riamay

There are a fair few pieces that I have purchased and not
yet reviewed, such as the pandora
charms pas cher
Dazzling Daisy Fairy, Luminous Floral
and Disney’s Maximus, and Pandora Autumn pieces like the
Pavé Inspiration safety chain, the Pandora Rose heart clasp
bracelet and the popular Heart of Freedom. I’ll try and do
as many as I can (do let me know if there are any you’re
more keen to see), starting with a look at the mother of
pearl mosaic Essence beads that came out back in September!

Back when the first AW16 previews came out, the Essence
Autumn 2016 collection was the one that got me the most
excited! With its pretty, soft pastels, the delicate
patterning on the enamel Freedom bead and the use of
genuine mother of pearl on three of the beads, I was head
over heels. The pandora charms
might not be to everyone’s taste, but they
also represent a more contemporary look for the Essence
collection, and demonstrate how Pandora is looking to
broaden its appeal.

Therefore, it’s really very remiss of me to be so tardy in
reviewing the pandora bague pas
I did get from this launch! From the stock
images, I’d earmarked the Generosity, Balance, Compassion
and Freedom beads as potential buys. In person, I found the
pink beads so pretty, but a little too bright for my
bracelet design, which is a subtle blend of pastel pinks,
blue and cream (picture by Pandora Orchard Park!However,
the MOP blue Balance bead and the white Generosity proved
just as perfect in person. Both the blue and the white
versions are just stunning, and in quite different ways!The
Balance bead has a beautiful subtlety of colour, with
shades of blue and grey rippling across each square.

James T Frye
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