Get Your Gatsby On In These Inspired Collections From Swarovksi Crystallized

Photos Courtesy of Swarovski Elements
Just about everyone these days is releasing products that have a Great Gatsby tie-in, and who can blame them? The Gatsby film by Baz Luhrman starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan exquisitely represents the suave and swanky style of the 1920's, and we're thrilled that the anticipation of the film's release is setting a trend in fashion and jewelry. Because let's be honest, who doesn't enjoy having the opportunity to throw on a fringey flapper dress or getting to see a man styled in a dapper suit? Even better, the film has inspired a bevvy of dazzling jewelry complete with Art Deco themes and strands of pearls. From bracelets to crystallized hairpieces and statement drop earrings, the look is feminine, architectural and of course, sparkling.

To celebrate the film, Swarovski Crystallized has introduced three collections made with Swarovski Elements to tempt modern Daisy Buchanan types. The Ben Amun Iris Deco Collection is chock-full of rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets whose geometric style scream Art Deco. We could easily see these pieces adding a special something to a casual outfit or being a great complement to a '20s style theme party.
The flirty foliate Martine Wester Ivy Collection includes bracelets, earrings, hair pins, drop earrings, and necklaces that are sure to steal the show. The floral design of the pieces couldn't get any more romantic, and the Swarovski Elements add a dramatic effect.
Finish your look with this Sarovski-covered clutch by Kenna Ma. The dazzling pattern of the studded crystals reminds us of the elegant chandeliers of the flapper era, great for portable glamour.

Deidre Woollard

Deidre Woollard has been writing both fiction and nonfiction for years. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Spalding University and her short fiction has been published in literary magazines and anthologies. She served as the lead editor on for six years writing about real estate, auctions, jewelry and luxury goods....(Read More)

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