Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Autumn Winter 2017 Preview

This charm bracelet blog brings a complete preview of the Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Autumn Winter 2017 collection (plus an alert for a free jewellery box promotion.)

Thomas Sabo much like Chamilia, tend to release their collections in anticipation of the new season. Last week the Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Autumn Winter 2017 collection made it’s debut. It’s not a huge release and though there are still elements of the tribal theme first introduced in spring, other designs feel like a return to the more gothic, rock and roll roots of Sabo.

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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For those of you unfamiliar with the Karma Beads line, do please be aware that they are not compatible with Trollbeads, Ohm Beads, Pandora or Redbalifrog bracelets. These have very small cores so you’d need to purchase the Karma Beads Bracelet (and click that link for my review of those.)

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Autumn Winter 2017

I’m a longtime admirer of Thomas Sabo, far before they ever introduced the Karma Beads line. They’ve always dabbed in more gothic design and that suits my personal tastes. Since Karma Beads launched they’ve covered a variety of themes and aesthetics but the autumn winter collection does show a return to some of their darker elements. The skulls are back!

The Thomas Sabo Skull King and Skull Queen Karma Beads both retail at $89, €89 or £89 . They’re cored horizontally and I know people are either going to love or loathe that but they definitely have quite the glam rock vibe to them.

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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Meanwhile the Thomas Sabo Maori Skull Karma Bead reflect some of the tribal theme we’ve seen in the spring release. It’s a very nice clash of aesthetics and it’s retailing at $119, €119 OR £119 .

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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The final skull motif bead is the Thomas Sabo Turquoise Skull Karma Bead. This is so striking albeit the stone itself does tie you to a colour scheme. It’s retailing at $69, €69 or £69.

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For those inspired by the turquoise colouring for autumn however comes the Thomas Sabo Ethno-Turquoise Karma Bead with it’s vibrant enamel work. It’s retailing at $69, €69 or £69 .

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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The campaign image shown at the start of the article actually depicts a black and red bracelet, however most of the red colouring comes from earlier releases. That said the new Thomas Sabo Ethnic Flower features an imitation red coral at it’s centre and retails at $49, €49 or £49.

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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Finally the Thomas Sabo Royalty Karma Bead sees a decorative and zirconia adorned exterior wrap a smooth black onyx. It’s retailing at $98, €98 or £98.

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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Thomas Sabo Treasure Jewellery Box Promotion

If you’re coveting any of these new beads, it’s also worth noting that there’s a free jewellery box promotion ongoing until August the 13th. Spends of $199, £99 or €199 will receive a free jewellery box worth $29, €29 or £29

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads

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Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Ordering Details

For those of you keen to order the new beads or participate in the promotion, you can do so via the official Thomas Sabo website. Do be aware this link is affiliate.

Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Autumn Winter 2017 Summary

That completes the preview for the autumn winter Karma Beads collection. It’s difficult to know whether or not there will be another release for 2017. They have on occasion squeezed in some holiday charms during the latter quarter.

Usually there is a free bracelet promotion during September. I don’t get advanced notifications about Thomas Sabo promotions but I am hoping to see it make a reappearance as it’s so popular with my readers.

Autumn winter fashion for me is always about the drama. I love the strong colours, bold designs and of course with the party season punctuating the end of the year, there’s always room for really elaborate pieces.

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Autumn Winter 2017 collection? Are you coveting any of these new pieces? Hit the comments and let me know!

Comments
  1. Faye S.

    Skull Turquoise!!!! Oooh la la

  2. Gene

    I’ve been slowly working on an Thomas Sabo African themed bracelet using the Trading Beads and the Obsidian Matte beads with the Lion head as the focal bead. I have the bracelet and a few beads that I got during their last promotion. My favorite bead out of this group is the Maori Skull.

  3. Cordonnier emilie

    Hello
    I have the TS jewellery box(soooo nice) ..and it worth 19€….unless they decided to double the price ..sadly..

  4. Mary B

    There seems to be a few new beads on the bracelet that aren’t “yet” in the new fall line. There is a red and black version of the new “Ethno-Turquoise” The bead below the black version seems unidentifiable to me and the bead behind the black puma also seems new. I like the red and black versions of the Ethno so I hope they will be released.

  5. Kim

    I always enjoy seeing the new Sabo collections. Skulls aren’t to my personal taste, but the detailing on these is nice. And I like the other beads in the collection. This reminds me that I need to get back to work on my autumn forest Sabo bracelet, which only has a few beads on it at present. I started it with the Fox. So many beads, so little time!

  6. Beth

    I wouldn’t know about Thomas Sabo were it not for reading your blog, Victoria. I now have a bracelet, but with just a few beads, and I’m slowly working on adding to it. I really like the aesthetic of the line, and I find mine so comfortable to wear. I appreciate that it doesn’t look odd with a small number of beads, especially if you integrate the clasp into the bead design. I like the red and black bracelet, and the new skull beads are wonderful. I don’t wear many skulls, so I probably won’t put these on my list, but I do like their edginess.

  7. Nereida

    Love the Skull with crown. Wish it was cored the other way. Also like the flower but think a real red stone should have been used instead of a faux stone. Hope it isn’t plastic or coated like other faux stones which don’t last.
    I thought their last promotion was bad but this one seems much worse. Two hundred dollar spends for a measly jewelry box is very underwhelming.

  8. Gene

    Already rethinking what I want to do… I’ve decided now on just the Trading beads and the Obsidian Matte. Just the one bracelet to represent my trip to Africa years ago. And I hate the word “imitation.”

  9. Noemi

    I love this brand they’re not cutesy at all. I’ve just never indulged because of the prices. I prefer smaller beads (not the larger beads that seem to be coming out recently) so this may be up my alley!

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