Global Spring 2018 Collection: Pandora. HQ

Spring 2018 Collection: Pandora. HQ


One week is left before the release of the new Pan­do­ra Spring 2018 col­lec­tion, and today, as usu­al, we have beau­ti­ful pho­tos of all the new charms and bracelets for you, as well as many per­son­al com­ments! Due out on March 15th, this release has been gen­er­al­ly well received by fans and offers some­thing new after years of exclu­sive­ly flo­ral Pan­do­ra Spring col­lec­tions.

The stand­alone Pan­do­ra Shine line will be launched this com­ing Thurs­day — we are not yet allowed to write about this col­lec­tion before its offi­cial launch. The Pan­do­ra Dis­ney Spring 2018 Col­lec­tion won’t be released until April 12, and so we can’t pre­view it at this time either.

This post cov­ers an overview of all the charms and bracelets com­ing out next week. Please see the Pan­do­ra Spring 2018 Tag for more jew­el­ry.

Pandora Spring 2018 collection bracelets

First of all, pay atten­tion to the new con­cept of the Pan­do­ra bracelet — slid­ing braceletwhich can be undone at the ends to add new charms.

Bracelet Smooth Pan­do­ra Sig­na­ture offers a more neu­tral take on the Lock Your Promise bracelet, which was released for Valen­tine’s Day. It has a detach­able lock, and many have spec­u­lat­ed that detach­able locks will even­tu­al­ly be sold sep­a­rate­ly, just like the Troll­beads.

The last rep­re­sen­ta­tive of charm bracelets, Wild­flower Mead­ow, has a fas­ten­er in the form of a flower; how­ev­er, our favorite detail is the lit­tle dan­gling pur­ple lady­bug. She’s so cute! We would have pre­ferred it with­out the lilac crys­tals so that all the ele­ments fit togeth­er, but we still real­ly like it.

Charm Collection Pandora Spring 2018

As always for Pan­do­ra’s spring col­lec­tion, we have a pletho­ra of nature-inspired beads, but this time it’s spe­cial that water is the key motif, not flow­ers! Blue Swirls mim­ics the flow of water by con­trast­ing bright sil­ver beads with var­i­ous shades of blue enam­el.

AT Blue Rip­ples the same design is observed, but using a light blue stone.

We also offer you a bead Aqua Heart.

Charms Enchant­ed Cob­ble­stone avail­able with clear and blue crys­tals.

Next, we have a set of rain­bow beads! They are also nature-themed, but oth­er than that, they are fun in their own right.

Rain­bow of Love It has a rather child­ish design, but we have always liked the enam­eled mul­ti-col­ored ele­ments, and, appar­ent­ly, there­fore, we are steadi­ly drawn to it! Sev­er­al peo­ple have men­tioned that this bead can also per­fect­ly sym­bol­ize the pride badge, and we agree with that!

We think that the enam­el does not look so good on the open­work design. heart beads — the yel­low col­or is too bright, but to each his own!

The rain­bow effect is also observed in the inlays of the next two beads — the spac­er and the secu­ri­ty chain. Arcs of Love. We love the design of the sec­ond one, as the lit­tle cloud dec­o­ra­tion in the mid­dle of the chain makes it real­ly cute, although it’s hard to imag­ine this dec­o­ra­tion on any­thing oth­er than a pure­ly rain­bow-themed bracelet!

And final­ly, we have our favorite “rain­bow” dec­o­ra­tion — a bead Iri­des­cent Rain­bow Glass Mura­no glass. Rain­bows and clouds are depict­ed under bright iri­des­cent blue glass. This design is so fun and cheer­ful that we’ve ded­i­cat­ed it to a sep­a­rate themed bracelet.

Below you can see all rain­bow charms. The Hearts enam­elled bead looks much bet­ter live than we expect­ed.

Next, we sug­gest pay­ing atten­tion to the line of more tra­di­tion­al Pan­do­ra Spring beads, com­bin­ing flo­ral and fairy motifs in a very beau­ti­ful col­lec­tion. Enchant­ed Nature. Once again, our absolute favorite is the Mura­no glass charm, which depicts del­i­cate flow­ers and two small cop­per bees in soft pas­tel col­ors. If these beads look as beau­ti­ful in real life as in the pho­to, then they can def­i­nite­ly become one of the favorites.

In actu­al pho­tos, the glass does­n’t look as bright, but the beau­ti­ful fine detail­ing is cer­tain­ly there:

Sparkling Snail is a delight­ful bead that com­bines Pan­do­ra’s more mod­ern style with all the quirk­i­ness of old beads.

Here is a small sneak peak of the Snail bead in this won­der­ful shot:

This lit­tle bead Cute Mouse in the form of a mouse, we also real­ly like it. Although it does­n’t look as detailed as most clas­sic Pan­do­ra ani­mal jew­el­ry, it still looks very cute and reminds us of an edi­ble sug­ar can­dy mouse. And the beau­ty of this mouse is that it has a small mov­able tail!

We offer you two real shots — for­tu­nate­ly, this bead looks just as cute in real life as it does in pro­duc­tion pho­tos.

We love the whim­si­cal swirls on the bead Enchant­ed Tea Cup, and on the rim of the cup you can see a small bird. The bow they chose is for­tu­nate­ly not encrust­ed with crys­tals!

To com­bine with the pre­vi­ous one, Pan­do­ra made a bead Tea Pot, on the spout of the teapot of which there is also a small bird. This is a high­ly detailed bead and looks great in pro­duc­tion pic­tures as well.

We love the look of both of these beads — the tiny birds are very dis­tinct.

Nice to see a sim­ple sil­ver design in Spring Bird House. Of course, I still want­ed the inscrip­tion “Sweet Home” (Eng. — “Native Home”) on the back, as it seems to us that this adds extra sen­ti­ment to the bead, but in gen­er­al it looks very nice.

Glo­ri­ous Blooms they look quite trop­i­cal due to their col­or­ing and, like the aquat­ic beads described above, are more suit­able for the sum­mer col­lec­tion.

Pan­do­ra has begun releas­ing sea­son­al ver­sions of their pop­u­lar but­ton beads. Radi­ant Hearts, which this time dis­play the spring ver­sion of the design. This one has sil­ver flow­ers around the edge, and a very cute lady­bug and drag­on­fly that seem to be crawl­ing on the crys­tal.

On open­work Promise of Spring you can read the words “Love Life” (eng. — “Love life”), loom­ing against the back­drop of flow­ers and drag­on­flies.

Dreamy Drag­on­fly looks com­plete­ly abstract on one side, but when you turn this bead, you will see a beau­ti­ful drag­on­fly! We love the com­bi­na­tion of mod­ern and roman­tic in this bead.

Also, your atten­tion is offered a sep­a­ra­tor Wild­flower Mead­ow.

Secu­ri­ty chain Wild­flower Mead­ow also belongs to the col­lec­tion of jew­el­ry with flo­ral design, although we liked the oth­er secu­ri­ty chain with detailed flo­ral ele­ments more.

Chan­de­lier Drops It has an ele­gant design, but it’s hard for us to imag­ine how it will look on a bracelet in real life — small details will look strange and awk­ward as soon as you want to add oth­er charms and jew­el­ry next to it. This bead can look good as a sep­a­rate dec­o­ra­tion on a leather bracelet.

Despite all the beau­ty and dra­ma, it is worth con­sid­er­ing how prac­ti­cal it will be Enchant­ed Tas­sel in every­day wear! It will be inter­est­ing to see how this jew­el­ry will be placed on dis­play bracelets in Pan­do­ra stores.

So, the Pan­do­ra store in Ston­estown styl­ized it this way:

Enchant­ed Heart Tas­sel very rem­i­nis­cent of the pop­u­lar charm in 2014 Chi­nese Lantern in red enam­el and would be a great addi­tion to this charm on an Asian themed bracelet!

Our favorite from the Enchant­ed col­lec­tion, this is with­out a doubt the safe­ty chain. It has such a thin, intri­cate design, yet looks more secure than the above chain. Wild­flower Mead­ow.

You can see this jew­el­ry in action along with the bead. Enchant­ed Heart Tas­sel.

This clip reminds us of those beau­ti­ful­ly dec­o­rat­ed heart-shaped gin­ger­bread cook­ies that you can buy at fairs in Ger­many! This bead would look good on a themed bracelet, like a Hansel and Gre­tel themed piece.

And now we move on to love and fam­i­ly-themed beads, which depart from the main nature motif of this spring col­lec­tion. Chain Arcs of Love offers a more gen­er­al ver­sion of the rain­bow design we’ve seen before — there is no cloud on the chain.

This safe­ty chain is cap­tured here with two new Bel­la Bot beads in Rose:

Per­fect Palswith soft moth­er-of-pearl enam­el and bunny/bunny sil­hou­ette, can be per­fect­ly matched with moth­er’s day 2018 beads.

Charm Princess not much to our taste, because her facial fea­tures seem rather strange!

Play­ful Wink emo­ji style looks the same on both sides, judg­ing by the pro­duc­tion pho­tos.

Clips Arcs of Love will be sold with pink and clear crys­tals.

Enam­el beads Enchant­ment Sold in two col­ors — blue and pink. The for­mer pairs well with the afore­men­tioned nau­ti­cal jew­el­ry, while the lat­ter pairs well with soft­er, fam­i­ly-friend­ly charms.

The pink ver­sion is cap­tured in this beau­ti­ful shot:

Sus­pen­sion Rib­bon Heart Glass also avail­able in pink and blue, offer­ing glass drops with a twist­ed rib­bon pat­tern.

Blue charms pair beau­ti­ful­ly with Blue Swirls charms in this styl­ized bracelet:

They remind us of the glass droplets that Pan­do­ra briefly released in 2013, if any­one else remem­bers this — won­der if they can last longer!

Charm Pearly Dreams did not appear in the North Amer­i­can cat­a­log that we had a chance to review.

Final­ly, we bring to your atten­tion Beau­ti­ful Bot, per­haps the most talked about charm of this col­lec­tion at the moment! She has mov­able arms and legs and attach­es to your bracelet with her head. This is a rather unprece­dent­ed design from Pan­do­raand we can’t wait to see how buy­ers pair it.

In this real image, you can see both the sil­ver and pink ver­sions of the Bel­la Bot, along with a cute box for the Asian region! We do not know if this pack­age will be avail­able in oth­er regions.


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