The Autumn / Winter 2015/16 is inspired by Thomas Sabo deep emotions like love and happiness.

Discovering the 2015-2016 collection of Thomas Sabo

bague thomas saboLast year, I had completely flashed on the rings of the autumn-winter 2014-2015 collection of Thomas Sabo collection… and my message has been heard since I got one for Christmas (view the photo). This year I was not sure what to expect … Here are my favorites from a 2015-2016 collection of Thomas Sabo.

Fatima’s Garden

This collection is made of stylized petals of the lotus flower assembled in different ways to create rings, necklaces and earrings. It gives an oriental and original look. There are also several jewelry with religious symbolism of the hand or the eye of Fatima. But what really caught my attention in this collection is the hand jewelry: a bracelet and a ring connected by a nice decoration, all in sterling silver with zircons.


OMG! I love pearls! The Pearls collection reinvents the classic pearl necklace. Shimmering beads with a floral touch form modern and very feminine creations. I love! Rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings are available.

Ear jackets

Apparently it will be the must have of the season. The earrings ” ear jacket ” add a little chic to the ear while remaining class! They are available in the form of a shimmering line of zirconium oxides, small skulls or simple silver balls. The result: urban design and elegant femininity.

The Falcon

A falcon is a symbol of freedom and ascension. I love this collection for men that combines masculinity, romance and leadership. It gives a very elegant look! The large feather pendant or bracelet is superb. And what about the 2 models of rings : falcon head or rapacious claw.. In short; class, elegance and a look that stands out ! (psst ! The items in the collection are also available for go-ahead type women!)

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