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To Thine Own Self be True with Kagi’s Latest Collection

29 August 2013

To Thine Own Self be True with Kagi’s Latest Collection: Yours Truly

The innovative new collection includes ranges Silver Linings and Duos. On-trend colours also feature, as well as a surprising mix of metals which throws out all the rules.

Inspired by the Art Deco era, the Silver Linings range is newly developed and offers three crystal encrusted silver pendants. Made for finer chains, the designs are versatile with one side smooth silver and the other covered with sparkling crystals. This flexibility takes the wearer seamlessly from day to night and really shows the ‘Silver Lining’ in each day.

Versatility is key and continues through to the Duos range, which comprises of reversible double-sided pendants and bracelets. Changing a look is as easy as flipping a coin with the Eclipse pendants and bracelets which go from black clear to crystal or gooseberry to emerald in seconds.

Heart pendants also offer options with the Love Duet pendant which sparkles clear crystal on one side and black on the other, or the Scarlet Duet and Shadow Cherish which both have patterned and plain sides.

Designer Kat Gee believes the best colour is simply the one that looks best on the wearer. With this in mind Yours Truly has a variety of new colours to suit any outfit. The Turquoise Weave set with a bright hand-woven necklace and bracelet is an on-trend colour, and the perfect weekend accessory.

A flourish of orange and red comes through in the Matisse Luxe bracelet and necklace. This playful pop of colour will have the wearer feel truly stylish whilst enjoying the fun, sun and parties of the warmer months.

The recent string of royal milestones is commemorated in the collection with the Duchess inspired Royal Blue range, which includes earrings, pendants, a bracelet and necklace. A real royal statement can be made with this diamond and sapphire stimulant encrusted set.

The decision to wear silver, bronze or gold can be hard, but with the Trilogy necklace and bracelet set they can all be worn at once. Breaking the rules when it comes to metals, the new set is a combination of the three and creates a great base to mix and match metals.

“Yours Truly was uniquely inspired by Kagi women, its multi-tasking and versatile pieces oozes elegance and is the perfect way to refresh any summer wardrobe,” says designer Kat Gee.

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