The past two years as a blogger, I got to work with many amazing brands that I never thought I would be able to afford, let alone have them trust me and my work. Collaborations like this are the “pinch me moments” that get me excited for what I do and make me want to constantly improve the content on my Instagram and Blog. This pretty much sums up my exact feelings a few weeks ago when I found out that i was working with Thomas Sabo on their new collection.
Thomas Sabo has always been a brand that I admired, not only for their good quality jewellery but also because of their fun designs. If you have been following my style for a while, you know that I love wearing basic-minimalistic clothing and put the focus of my outfits on my accessories. There are so many different looks I can create just by playing around and mixing up my jewellery. From an everyday city outfit, to a funky festival look to holiday accessories, there is a combination for every mood and occasion and the Thomas Sabo Generation Charm Club helps makes that personalisation process much easier.
Following the success of the Rebel at Heart collection, the new Thomas Sabo Vintage Rebel range is inspired by the previous iconic designs such as the sword, the snake and the skull and it introduces for the first time, men’s charm pendants and extra-large charms in blackened 925 sterling silver. With personalisation and styling being the key element, the Generation Charm Club gives me complete freedom of my charm sets where I can choose to either sport them on my necklace or bracelet. But the collection doesn’t stop there as it also covers a range of cufflinks and ear studs with the same bold vibe.
My picks from the Thomas Sabo Vintage Rebel collection included both bracelets and a necklace. August is a very busy month with all type of festivals and I thought that keeping the edgy theme throughout my jewellery would give my outfits a more “Rock and Roll” vibe. Also, I absolutely love the idea of being able to change my charm pedants from my bracelets to my necklaces so I had to get both chains and mix things up! For my necklace, which is the 70mm length, I decided to opt for a larger charm (since it’s going to be the focal point of the outfit) and the “Cross of life Ankh with Scarab” looked exactly like what I wanted. I love the details on the charm and I think that the black zirconia stones complement the 925 sterling silver perfectly! On my charm bracelet, the feather and skull pendants give that extra boldness to the look while the “Little Secret Ornament Black” bracelet ties everything together by adding a more calming tone to the jewellery.
Scroll down for my lookbook or visit the Thomas Sabo website to find your favourite charms.
Disclaimer; This post is sponsored by Thomas Sabo, however all my opinions are my own.