An Enchanting Thomas Sabo Craft

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For SS2015, the German jewellery label Thomas Sabo had a diverse range of crafts to interest us with, such as the Maharani collection, the Glam & Soul collection, the Dots collection and the Flamingo collection.

There was even a Wheel of Karma pendant in numerous shades of blue, green, that has an interesting backstory to it. Karma stands for a “cause and effect” principle, such as what you do unto others, will eventually befall upon you too.

If you live your live with idealistic principles then you can have a good karma, and find happiness. However, if you live a life full of spite, then expect those emotions to pour into your karma quotient and overflow your life with constant sufferings.

You can wear the pendant (my favourite is the green-silver one, that looks like the colour of a royal serpent), if you believe in that ideology, like scientists believe in Darwinism – it concerns the school of thought of evolution and natural selection of variants in life forms, which is a bit like pondering over which came first? The chicken or the egg?

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Meanwhile, in the flamingo designs, you will find Marsala Karma beads, that exist to compliment the rich statement rings, bold flamingo pendant, and a whole line of Karma beads and mesmerizing Paradise beads, from the maroon Kauai to the intricate Kaori beads.

In the Glam & Soul collection, the jewelleries get chic, minimal and feminine, where the gemstones are set in white, blue and pink. Speaking of blue, for the watches collection the shade turns a pretty deep blue, like the kind you get deep into the heart of the Antarctic ocean.

The timepieces are set in warm rose gold, and the detailing jumps from a sunray finish, to a cobalt on the dials; there is also a lapis lazuli on the crowns, and they can take you from day-to-night in a picture of sophistication.

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