Today’s post brings my next preview, with a closer look at the Pandora Spring 2016 jewellery, including rings, necklaces and earrings! There are some lovely floral designs, and some striking cabochon colour-drop rings.
The Pandora Spring 2016 collection, entitled Poetic Blooms, is due out on the 17th of March. For a look at the charms coming out with the Spring 2016 collection, please see my preview here. Live shots are also available if you have a mosey through the Spring 2016 tag! :)
While we’ve known about the Moments threadless bracelet for a while now, there is also this new bangle design coming out for Spring! It’s not a charm bracelet, so you can’t put any charms on it.
Next up, we have the Pandora Spring 2016 necklaces! These offer floral designs for the most part. The Poetic Blooms necklace comes on a long chain, punctuated with a different bloom at various points – there’s a white daisy, a pink primrose, a cherry blossom, a dazzling daisy and a blooming dahlia! Unfortunately I don’t have a better stock image just yet, but you can click this one to enlarge it:
The Forget-Me-Not necklace is a dressier affair, with sparkling clear and purple stones.
Finally, the Floral Daisy Lace necklace offers a pretty plain silver pendant design.
The Poetic Droplets rings come in two sizes of stone. The smaller stone rings are available in clear and purple:
The larger silver ring is available in blue, pink and clear:
These rings look gorgeous stacked together in campaign images:
Finally for the Poetic Droplets rings, we have this 14kt gold version. Its stone is described as ‘blush pink’, although it looks more brown in the stock image.
The Radiant Elegance rings, available in 14kt gold and sterling silver, offer a more classic pavé design.
Next, we have all the pretty florals! The Floral Daisy Lace ring is plain silver, and offers one of the more affordable options from this collection.
This one looked particularly beautiful in the Spring 2016 live images:
The Shimmering Bouquet ring features a pretty cluster of primroses and daisies, detailed in white enamel and clear pavé.
The Blooming Dahlia ring really caught my eye in the Spring 2016 campaign images – it’s definitely one I want to check out in person. :D
This larger version of the Forget-Me-Not ring was one of the very first pieces that leaked back in my first Spring 2016 teaser post!
Pandora have declared 2016 the ‘Year of Earring’, and it looks like they are going to be pushing them more this year! For one thing, you may have noticed that their first earring promo for North America is on the schedule for 2016.
First up, we have earrings to match the Radiant Elegance rings in 14kt gold and sterling silver:
The Forget-Me-Not earrings come both as stud and pendant designs:
The Poetic Blooms collection has matching earring studs, which look rather lovely here. The clustered flower design works really well as studs!
The Floral Daisy Lace earrings offer, in contrast, a more simple plain silver design.
The Blooming Dahlia earrings are crafted from shimmering peach enamel and a blush pink crystal at their centre.
My favourite jewellery pieces from this preview however are the Dazzling Butterfly set, with pretty white enamel and clear pavé detailing. I’ve not seen them listed generally, so they might perhaps be Asian-exclusives – I’m not sure on this yet though!
There is a matching ring and a matching necklace pictured in this campaign image, although I don’t have stock images for them yet. :)
I find this a nice selection of jewellery – a lot of the floral motifs work better as accompanying jewellery than charms, I think. My favourites are actually the Dazzling Butterfly pieces, detailed in clear pavé and white enamel, and I’ll be interested to hear more about those. The plain silver Floral Daisy Lace pieces are rather pretty, too, and I expect they’ll be pleasantly affordable.
I’m aware that people are anxious to hear about pricing for the new collection pieces, but I haven’t had that information yet, I’m afraid. These posts will be updated when I do!
Which are your favourite jewellery pieces from the Spring 2016 collection? Have any made it on to your wish list?