“It’s a smile, it’s a kiss, it’s a sip of wine… it’s summertime!”
~ Kenny Chesney
The summer season is almost here. And summer — with its long, sunny days — is such a great time to kick off a new look or enhance your already unique personal style. What inspires you when the sun comes out?
If you’re an A-lister kind of gal, you can channel your fav celeb muses with the help of Swarovski — a brand of choice for Pink, Taylor Swift and Beyonce. Whether you plan on sporting barely there, comfort runner or summer glam with glitter and sparkles, an accessory or two from this iconic brand will deliver on style. Let’s take a look at some affordable Swarovski pieces that’ll give you a head start on putting together your summer lookbook.
6 Swarovski Pieces for Super Summer Style
Adjustable Alcantara Bracelet
For starters, this Swarovski Adjustable Alcantara Bracelet is understated but designed to dazzle. Alcantara, in case you don’t know, is a very soft synthetic microfiber that looks like ultra suede. The bracelets were designed for comfort as well as sheer shimmer power. Each one features a mix of beautiful crystals and a double-snap clasp, which makes it great for walking on the beach or dancing ’til dawn.
The Alcantara bracelet measures 14-1/8 inches and is available in slake light blue, slake purple duo, slake crystal burgundy and slake deluxe black.
Paralelle Necklace & Crystal Pendant
I love elegant and versatile, and Swarovski really delivers with this Paralelle Micro Rhodium-Plated Necklace. It’s a perfect accent for rompers, jumpsuits, slinky dresses and even bathing suits! Be sure not to wear it if you decide to go swimming.
Azore Crystal Pendant
Imagine yourself running along the ocean in a trendy sheer, flowing swimsuit cover wearing this beautiful necklace.
The clear light Azore crystal pendant is the color of water. And where there is sun, there will be sparkles. The clasp is strong and is secured on a 14-7/8-inch chain. The pendant itself is 1-1/2 inches in length.
These elegant Galet Rhodium-plated Pierced Earrings will catch everyone’s attention. It is the interesting cuts and unusual metal that make these dazzling but still lightweight. The crystals are drop-in, ocean-cut and clear — a simple design that over-delivers on sophistication and glamour. Pair these earrings with silver- or gold-framed sunglasses and you’ll be a standout at any occasion.
Moonlight Crystal Earrings
Swarovksi’s Lunar Rhodium-Plated Moonlight Crystal Pierced Earrings look like a rare gemstone from the moon, right? Even the eye-drop post is shimmery. They are 1-1/2 inches long, and easy to spot even in the longest of hair styles. And, the iridescent tones will reflect every color or light around. Whatever color outfit you are wearing will be enhanced by these gorgeous earrings. You are still the centerpiece, but with a lovely accent from the Light Azore Moonlight crystal. Bella, bella!
You can even play sports with this Circle Crystal Silver Rhodium-Plated Bracelet!
Silver rhodium-plated is so light, you’ll barely know you’re wearing this bracelet. By including encircling crystals in alternate links, it remains casual, but gets high marks for overall style. It’s 14-1/8 inches long and uses a versatile toggle closure. Run the toggle through any of the links for a custom fit!
Swarovski is on the top of their craft and, although many options are pricey, there are always incredible pieces priced for the budget-conscious. In case you’re thinking of buying any of these summer stoppers for a friend or relative, they are all packaged in Swarovski gift boxes! Or better yet, treat yourself to a sparkly summer!
About the Author
A writer for over 25 years, Sandra Faleris teamed up with MyGiftStop and other specialty companies to bring readers interesting articles about products and services they love.
All jewelry photos are owned by Swarovski.
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