MORELLATO: DROPS ELEMENTS

Have you ever wished to have a watch that is made specifically for you? That how it looks is the way you wanted and what defines you and your personality? Or how about something that is already a combination of stunning beaded accessory and a sophisticated timepiece? Yes, you will no longer let your bracelet cause a mark of scratch to your watch by wearing it together because this time, “two is better than one” is nothing but a lie.

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Just last Tuesday, October 28, Morellato introduced its Drops watches in line with Drops elements. These watches have incredibly exquisite details such as as crystal inserts, in white or delicatenuances, on the bezel that made them look more elegant and refined. Plus, with these charms and crystals leaving your beaded or silver bracelets behind is no mistake at all; because these Drops watches will surely do an amazing move in alluring the eyes and compliments of the many.

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But of course, you have options. Drops elements can also be used in making jewelries such as necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The themes and colors of these elements recall emotions and feelings that made each of it perfect for women. 

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The charms are interpreted in colors (lilac, amber, pink, pale blue, turquoise, black and rose gold), forms and designs that are always different, making for a true treasure chest of compact emotions; the extensive range of elements makes for an infinite number of possible combinations – so you have nothing to worry in mixing and matching because everything suits to each other’s looks.

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So are you ready to squeeze those creative and fashionable juices? If yes, then head over to Morellato and create your own Christmas charms that will fit to your style and personality.

Morellato is located at 5th Level Edsa Shangri-La Mall East Wing. For more information follow Morellato on Instagram and/or Twitter, or like its Facebook page.

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