New WHIMSY Collection … I’m in love!

Building on the tremendous success of the firm’s 2009 collectionsof a variety of interchangeable bead jewelry, WHIMSY™ recently unveiled the (aptly titled) Women in Love Collection for Winter 2010.  And yes, I am totally in love with the new pieces!

In this collection, nationally-acclaimed designer R. Craig Whitten offers two exciting new ways to showcase the hottest jewelry trend in years — striking, collectible Murano glass beads. The designs are compatible with the majority of the glass beads made by major bead manufacturers including Trollbeads, Chamilia™, Pandora™ and more. Their interchangeability allows the wearer to express her individuality and easily change the ring to match an outfit, complementary jewelry — even a mood.

The new designs were inspired by some of the world’s most timeless love stories. The Juliet pendant celebrates one true love that lasts forever. Highlighted with a striking bead, this elegant pendant is guaranteed to make a woman’s heart flutter. (Retail: $75, not including chain)

Stunning Elizabeth earrings dangle gaily from sterling wire and are the perfect showcase for eye-catching Murano beads. Worn alone or as a companion to the Juliet pendant, these earrings are extremely versatile and their interchangeability makes them a reflection of each woman’s own personal style. (Retail: $125 per pair)

Like all pieces created by WHIMSY™, the Women in Love Collection is beautifully crafted using eco-friendly, reclaimed sterling silver, is created with uncompromising attention to detail, and each piece is hand-finished.

The threaded center post is also ultra secure, making beads are almost impossible to lose. Plus, the center posts are so adjustable that they can accommodate an even wider range of bead widths. The pendant and earrings from the Women in Love Collection are even compatible with many one-of-a-kind art beads by lampwork artists.

I am thinking that these would make a perfect Valentine’s Day gift. What do you think?

Susan McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur and social activist. In addition to Susan Said What?! Susan also writes for Style on a WHIM, It’s how you play the game!, and Success Won’t Wait!

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