Leading luxury jewelry brand Pandora Jewelry is ready to celebrate treasured summer memories with its latest collection.
Inspired by the bright colors of a faraway tropical paradise, the summer collection is filled with bold and vibrant pieces to represent the sultry season, says the company.
Tropical flowers and hibiscus prints bloom across faceted Murano glass charms with bursts of zesty orange and hot pink.
Style the sparkling stone flamingo dangle or the intricately crafted sterling silver pineapple charm on the new orange multi-strand bracelet. Stack your bracelets on both wrists for a striking summertime look.
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The clear blue waters of dreamy islands are represented in the new turquoise and sterling silver openwork charms and the enamel seahorse dangle. These charms pair perfectly with the aqua Murano glass charms and teal multi-strand bracelet, both of which are also new to the Pandora collection.
“We worked to capture the relaxed, laid back feel of the warm summer months with the dazzling colors and striking textures that make up this new collection,” said Keshia Holland, director Public Relations and Online, Pandora, Americas. “We hope that when our customers wear these pieces, they feel a connection to the tropical paradise from which they were inspired.”
The new summer pieces start at $35 in sterling silver. To view the collection or locate an authorized Pandora retailer, visit www.pandora.net.
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