​The new Spring/Summer 2018 Elements Silver capsule collection draws from a number of influences including Japanese prints, florals and organic themes.

The theme takes its inspiration from the beauty of nature, abstract botanicals and vibrant Swarovski crystals to create a modern take on florals that makes an uplifting addition to your existing Elements Silver range.

The 39 piece collection features organic shapes, embellished with glistening gems and touches of gold, plus the addition of longer length chains, designed to showcase the growing trend for longer pendants and statement necklace layering.

The brand predict that accessorised brides will be a big trend for 2018, so they’ve designed a new sculptural Cubic Zirconia collection to fit this trend. They’ve also noted that Fairytale Florals is another classic bridal trend, so they’ve re-introduced the classic combination of flower and pearl, adding more intricacy and delicate detail to the collection.

The new collection also offers a great choice for bridesmaids, with a wide variety of classic colour sets including the combination of Montana, Light Sapphire and Opal Swarovski crystals or Fuschia, Light rose and Opal Swarovski, both styled with silver.

The new Elements Silver collection will be available from February 2018 with wholesale prices ranging from £12.00 up to £60.00. Retailers may contact 01376 532000 to place their order or for further enquiries.

Elements Silver SS18 range
Elements Silver SS18 range

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