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BeitragVerfasst: Sa 11. Nov 2017, 07:47
von Muldowney
This is the pandora charms sale uk first post in my bracelet showcase series, and so I’ve decided that it would be fitting to show my first ever Pandora bracelet! If I get more readers, what I’d like to do is showcase your bracelets: ) however, in the meantime, I’ll be sharing my collection, bracelet by bracelet.:)This one was given to me on Valentine’s Day 2012 by my boyfriend. He always laughs about that as, when we went into the shop and I realised that he wanted to buy me a bracelet, I got super, super shy. I was so embarrassed that he was getting me such a big gift that I barely said a word to him or to the sales assistant when they were trying the bracelet on me. Obviously I was thrilled, but I just didn’t know what to say! Awkward girl.;)This bracelet is obviously really close to my heart. It has some of my most special charms and memories on it. It encapsulates, for me, the beginning of my relationship: all the little first milestones, those first happy butterfly feelings! The first charm I got (it came with the bracelet) was the African elephant charm. I loved elephants when I was little, and it just seemed like a perfect ‘Ellie’ charm!

It must be Pandora’s best-kept secret: news has broken of pandora uk outlet sale a brand new airline exclusive travel charm! It has been, apparently, available on selected airlines since September 2nd – however, fans have only just got to hear of it, after a fan posted a picture online. There’s not much that doesn’t get leaked ahead of schedule, so for Pandora to not only release a charm, but for the community to miss it until two weeks after its release is something of a feat! The charm is a variation on the popular existing suitcase charm. Instead of the traditional markings, however, the suitcase now has a translucent red enamel heart alongside the words ‘I <3 to travel’. On the other side, some of the continents are listed. These boxes are a really great solution to storing your jewellery, due to their versatility. Stackers produce their jewellery boxes in layers, which you can stack together to make a jewellery box of your design ( a bit like mixing and matching Pandora charms until they suit you! ). This means that you can create a jewellery box that caters to your exact needs: i. e. you can have a tray to store your earrings, another with long trays to store your Pandora bracelets, and then a deeper tray to store any boxes or larger accessories.

They come in three sizes: mini, medium and large. They also are available in a pandora uk sale clearance range of colours and designs. The concept is also useful in other ways. For example, you can decide which jewellery to take abroad, and just take the top layer with the lid. It’s very versatile and adaptable! I’ve opted for Stackers’s most popular option, the medium sized jewellery box. I only have the one tray at the moment – the top one, with the lid. However, a little birdie tells me that I might be getting two more for my birthday this month – so we’ll wait and see!;) Stackers don’t actually produce this colour version of the jewellery box anymore – they discontinued it this summer. However, they do still have a large variety of pretty patterns to choose from. I’ll admit; I’m British, and I have no real concept of how American sports work. I know that sports are a far bigger part of American culture than they are British (perhaps with the exception of football/soccer! ), and so I could see these having the potential to be popular. However, I don’t really get the appeal of linking sports and jewellery, myself.

I also find it odd that they have gone with a line that only appeals to one market. Previously, pandora charms uk sale have always stuck to producing charms that will appeal worldwide, and it seems somewhat strange that they should suddenly deviate from it. We shall have to wait and see if it proves to become a trend. This weekend, I was reading one of my favourite British fashion magazines, Company, when the headline ‘Capture Your Essence’ caught my eye. Lo and behold, it turned out to be a double page spread on the new Pandora Essence bracelet! I didn’t expect there to be anything on Essence in Company, mainly as it is aimed at a slightly younger fashion market than, say, Elle UK – it’s very popular with university students, for example. However, the fact that Pandora have put this feature in Company magazine does support the theory that they are aiming for a slightly younger, more fashion-conscious market with this new bracelet concept.

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