Chamilia Sparkles Through the Season With Its 2013 Holiday Collection



Chamilia has made it very easy for customers to wear their holiday cheer on their sleeves, with its collection of shimmering beads themed for the season. And if you think I’m just talking about Christmas trees and stockings, think again (though there are those, too). The collection is complete with something for everyone and every occasion.

Chamilia Crystal Pave Bangle Accents

Ladies attending elegant soirees this holiday season can shine bright with an assortment of gold and silver beads, like the new Crystal Pavé Bangle Accents, pictured above. It’s a warm look that glimmers through the winter, but transitions nicely throughout the rest of the year, too.

Chamilia holiday stocking bead

 

Chamilia holiday 2013 bead bracelet

 

Chamilia Rudolph holiday 2013 bead

 

Santa-loving kids at heart can sport the likes of Old St. Nick and Rudolph to keep the holiday cheer year round, or just when they break out their Christmas sweaters. The beads are striking when grouped with vivacious reds and sparkling whites and just the tiniest touch of green. I particularly love the illuminating effect the crystal accents have on the stocking charm.

Chamilia Swarovski Crystal starbust lock

 

Chamilia blue holiday 2013 bracelet

Chamilia Hope bead

 

Chamilia Star of David charm

 

I saved the best for last, in my opinion, the most striking look of all. Jeweled collection beads in a regal blue hue mix with the super stunning Swarovski Crystal Snowflake lock, bringing to mind how truly magical a winter’s snowfall can be. It looks amazing with the snowflake beads, but it would look equally beautiful grouped with any of Hope bead (which reverses to reveal a sparkling dove) or the Swarovski Star of David charm. No matter what look your customers choose to create, I can bet some holiday cheer—and sparkle—is bound to come their way with this collection.

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