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Sorbet flavours

This month's Vogue magazine tells me that sorbet colours are going to be HUGE next season - particularly under John Galliano at Christian Dior.

I was thrilled, obviously. Not only is Galliano a huge idol of mine but I have been working on lovely new items in shades of lavender, lilac, lemon, jade and pastel pink.

My new favourites are these new Sparkling Sorbet earrings made from reworked vintage diamante earrings teamed with pale yellow jade and pretty pink rose quartz:

You can buy them here

Also new is a twist on the lace bracelets I've previously featured on this blog which sold less than a day after I'd listed them. Using the same lace, this time I've given it a sherbert twist with lavender and mint fabric and lace rosettes and a sparkling vintage earring. I've called it "Ruffled" and as lace is also a huge new trend I think it ticks all the boxes!

You can buy it here


Abi said…
Hey, I love the Ruffled lace bracelet! I think it's beautiful!

I would love to swap links with you, your jewellery is stunning!

Abi x
Kat said…
Thanks for your lovely comment Abi - I have added you link to the "Sites We Love" section of the blog x

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