The Palace of Amber & Thomas Sabo Karma Beads Neutrals

This charm bracelet blog brings a little inspiration starring The Palace of Amber and Thomas Sabo Karma Beads neutrals.

Yesterday I stepped so far out of my comfort zone with a really bright, bold, summer inspired combination ready for the season ahead. I loved the end result, it was so striking! Nevertheless I dipped my toe in that water of brights and today I'm back in the snuggly warm comfort of nature inspired neutrals. Plus they match the weather right now. It's also giving the opportunity to introduce the Scout Curated Wears Good Karma Miyuki Bracelets which launched for the spring.

Oh I love this combination, although it's not 100% what I was aiming for. I actually started with the idea of a black and cream combination but actually just lack the beads. The Thomas Sabo Black Ethno Bead (the enamel on the center bangle) was the starting point. I really like this understated design. Enamel can either look amazing or hideous for me and Sabo are very good with this material. This design is available in multiple colors but sadly, not cream. (Yet in my head I can still picture a bracelet with black and cream versions of this design and maybe a little gold too.)

The beads flanking the Black Ethno are instead the Tiger Eye Karma Bead and the very popular Daisy Jasper Karma Bead.

On the upper bracelet is a Labradorite Karma Bead, Natural Agate Karma Bead and their amazing Owl.

Karma Beads have a small number of these very eye catching pavé set animal designs that make for perfect focals and the detailing on them is staggering.

On the lower bangle is The Palace of Amber Duo-Tone Noctis and this design is of course exclusive to GLB. As a word of caution we have just seven of the duo-tone version available and there will be no restocks. That gold key always made a huge difference to the design in my eyes so don't miss the opportunity to grab one.

The stone is The Palace of Amber Round Faceted Pseudomorph Agate and again this cut is exclusive. I adore gemstones. I have such a romance with them. These are moody stones. They have a very organic feel, more so than stones in general, as their patterning does resemble wood. They're ideal for nature themed or autumnal inspired bracelets or anything that requires a darker vibe.

The two stoppers are The Palace of Amber Solstice to the right (exclusive) and Bamboo to the left.

That striking bracelet with the rectangular beads is the Scout Curated Wears Good Karma Bracelet, specifically the gray, black and silver variant. These bracelets debuted for the spring and are a one size fits all style. Each has a silver bar engraved on the rear (the part that sit down towards your wrist) with an inspirational word. These have been so popular this season that for a time the brand completely sold out.

The appeal for me is the same as with the entire Scout range; it's all about the colors. They have a huge selection of colors meaning you can nearly always find one that just fits perfectly. Their price point is perfect for treating yourself and they can just add that extra detail to your jewelry.


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