Wild, glamorous 70s with Thalè Blanc jewels

Happy Saturday!!! Here, there will be a long weekend, which means RELAX!! Oh yes, i need to rest, read, listen to music, cook, dance, friends. It’s a good chance, and right now i see a beautiful sun outside my window. Time for sea? Maybe yes. But now, in this day of rest, I would like to tell you about a part of a brand which I spoke to you some time ago.  Do you remember Thalè Blanc? Last time, i showed here its clutch collecton, but we know very well that jewels are girls’ bestfriend.

As clutch collection, also line of jewelry is freely inspired by glamour and joy of New York in the ’70s. Last year, animals of all kinds have invaded the collections of all the brands, from shirts to dresses, skirts to handbags, to jewelry. Especially the latter. And harking back a bit to that trend, the brand becomes the protagonist of his collection tiger, its own symbol. Drawing the inspiration from photos that captured stars interacting and dancing at Studio 54, brand introduces stars of its own – Zodiac Collection that consists of twelve
minaudières with astrological signs in smoked plexi with gold hardware.  One of the turbulent 70s era symbols – a butterfly has been a source of inspiration for new
Flutter Of Hope, minaudière from the brand is embellished with three
dimensional butterflies; they are also engraved on transparent plexi framed in brushed solid gold. A collection that will enrich your outfits that wild spirit and cool that everyone wants to have. These jewels are perfect for any occasion, for the day and evening, for all your outfits, even for the most simple: wear a bracelet of these and you will not go unnoticed.
😉 Happy Saturday

Pictures: Maximilian Linz

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Autore dell'articolo: Cristina Izzo

Editor in Chief of TheAuburnGirl. Former Fashion Editor of Quotidianomime.com

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