Trollbeads Spring 2019 Debuts

This Trollbeads blog alerts readers to the global launch of the Trollbeads Spring 2019 collection!

Mere moments ago the Trollbeads Spring 2019 collection launched globally. With no pre-orders permitted this time around you can now purchase the new release! It’s a strong collection in my opinion and hopefully later today I’ll be sharing my own live images and thoughts on the new designs.

Trollbeads Spring 2019

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With gemstones, glass and even a pearl, there’s a lot of variation to be found this time around so live image shopping could be considered essential. You can find our live images now over on the Great Lakes Boutique website and do note there’s multiple pages to peruse.

For the actual stock images you can shop via either of the links below:-

I’m loving the release and am actually enjoying the greens more than I thought I would. For the benefit of those who don’t follow me on social media, here’s my work wear for the past few days.

Trollbeads Spring 2019

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Ohm Beads Pink Matter

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Obviously the bangles are showcasing the new Trollbeads Green Aventurine which has been the topic of such discussion on social media. (The green stone on the top bangle is an emerald.) I love the bead and the majority of them have a good deep colour and are translucent. Ironically the pale examples seem the rarest. Yes it is different to the retired version but actually I thought people would appreciate that given there was a little hostility expressed about it’s return. For reference the pink muranos are the new Ohm Beads Pink Matter (available here.)

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the Trollbeads Spring 2019 collection and are you shopping? Hit the comments and let me know!

Comments
  1. Bettie

    The new Peacock Pearls I’ve seen so far look kinda black or grey to me and are lacking lustre, arent’t they? And if so, they might be taken for the very long retired black pearls? *confused*

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