INTRODUCING: EDBLAD JEWELLERY


Looking for some new sparkle and shine this winter? Welcome to one of my favourite jewellery labels.

I’ve been a big fan of Swedish jewellery label Edblad for a couple of years now (check out this outfit post for one of my fave pieces). I love its blend of feminine, contemporary designs, which is just how I like my jewellery; pretty with a bit of an edge, a subtle statement with just enough shine and sparkle to look special but not too blingy. The quality is great – I have a bracelet and two pairs of earrings that I have worn for months on end and they still look as good as the day I bought them – yet the pricing is fairly accessible, making it perfect for both every day and special occasion.

In case you’re looking for some new gift ideas or maybe something to put on your own list (I guess we’re officially on Christmas countdown now) I’ve picked some of my favourite pieces from the range below.Bella ring in rose, gold and steel: £43

Tide cuff, £54

Various rings / Elkin studs, £22 / Isa studs, £32 /

/ Glow necklace £38 / Monaco bracelet £27 /

 

 

Elkin necklace £27 / Crescent bracelet £32 /

 

Concave ring, £38 / Glow X ring, £54

/ Glow bracelet £65 / Isa bracelet £32 /

Alpine stackable rings: £54

The range is extensive and the different collections vary in style yet they all still complement each other well, so you can dip in and out with pieces from all of them and they will still look great together. Edblad’s jewellery is nickel-free and made from steel and each piece is usually available in a choice of colours, so again there’s a lovely mix and match quality. I love that kind of variety but with an overall design coherence, where you know new pieces will still work with some of your old favourites.

And if you like the jewellery, you’ll probably love the rest of the Edblad lifestyle range. The company is quite the success story in Sweden. Founded by designers Hans and Cathrine Edblad with just one shop in Grisselham in 2006, the brand has since grown with over 800 distributors in more than 10 countries, 15 boutiques and over 80 employees. Today, Cathrine runs the company, acting as both partner and chief designer and the jewellery is still the heart and soul of the business.

Edblad is available in over 200 shops across the UK – for a full list of stockists click here.

Or you can shop the entire range online through edblad.com
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but all words and picks are my own

 

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KatieJane //

I especially like the ‘Tide Cuff’ – the design is really clean and minimalist, yet still pretty and sparkly! (Although I have to say, the rings look like they could be a on the chunky side?)

KatieJane | Soup&Champagne

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