I’ve written before about my love of charm jewellery, a concept that first became popular in the 1950s. Now, I cannot think of a better-known charm jewellery brand than Pandora. I started my own Pandora collection about 12 years ago and have two silver bracelets, a silver bangle and enough silver charms to fill all three. Now, through a series of gifting collaborations via Shopping Links, I have a rose gold (plated) bracelet and rose gold Pandora charms; I’m curating a rather nice collection.
Part of the, ahem, charm of Pandora jewellery is the mix-and-match concept. This particular carrier bracelet is beautiful enough to wear on its own or with an array of charms. I have chosen very feminine, pretty charms that suit my romantic nature and my dress sense. However, there are designs to suit every aesthetic, including those who have an edgier sense of style. Here are a few of my favourite combinations.
This collection is more delicate than my silver charm bracelets, both physically and visually. I find that rose gold works with so many colours. At the time of writing the rose gold (plated) charms are mainly self-coloured, pink or blue. I really hope they introduce some teal and green, both of which look stunning with rose gold.
The rose gold Pandora charms and the bracelet in this article are gifted in a collaboration with Pandora via Shopping Links.
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