Ready for another look inside my stackers jewelry box? This spring Pandora (and Disney!) released a collection of adorable baby charms… baby characters that is! These little guys are so cute and have quite a few favorites to pick from.
The entire collection features: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Alice in Wonderland’s Cheshire Cat, Marie from the Aristocats, Finding Nemo (this one is the only dangle in the collection!), Patch from 101 Dalmatians, and Stitch from Lilo and Stitch. While they’re all adorable I knew immediately which one I had to have: little Marie.
Because I am a lady!
Ready for a closer look?
This is such a simple (yet sweet) charm!
Marie is mostly silver with a few pink details (that BOW!) and her little black eyes definitely stand out. I love how sweet she looks and how detailed she is while staying simple.
I know… that makes no sense and yet it does.
The Pandora & Disney hallmarks are on the back of the charm while the classic ALE hallmarks are underneath… sneaky sneaky! I love when Pandora hides the hallmarks so that they aren’t as visible so I loved the tiny hallmarks underneath this charm… not so much the one on the back of her head.
All in all I love how this charm looks!
Ready to see a few styling options?
Style 1: Marie & Pandora Rose
For this first look I wanted to pair Marie with my dainty Disney Pandora Essence beads… mainly the little rose gold mickey and minnie charms on my essence bracelet.
She is a Disney bead after all… she needs a few Disney friends! So we needed a rose gold look look that still complimented Marie’s silver coloring. Luckily the essence beads themselves are two-tone so they’ll mix nicely.
I started by picking a few pink and rose beads: two little pink decorative leave charms. The pink on these little charms is a bit brighter than the baby pink on Marie’s bow but the pinks look sweet together so that’s the whole goal!
I absolutely love how dainty this whole stack is! With the essence bracelet on top, my tiny sparkling rose tennis bracelet in the middle and the open bangle on the bottom the entire combination feels very lady like.
Which I kind of love!
Style 2: Pink Pandora Bracelet & Marie
For the second look I wanted a pink that was a little closer to Marie’s bow. I thought my 5-strand pink bracelet would work and it really does… the pinks are almost identical!
I love how the 5-strands match Marie perfectly while showcasing her. She’s definitely the star of this little bracelet. Sometimes less is more.
And y’all know I don’t say that often!
(Check out my review of the openwork white daisy flower charm here!)
The pinks play nicely together from bracelet to bracelet and I love the silver feeling of this little combination compared to the rose gold feeling of the first style.
Which one is your favorite? Leave a comment below and let me know!