Natalie Off Duty, Flashes of Style, Frou Frouu, and Munrowe Check Out Trollbeads At M&J Trimming

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We had some incredibly stylish guests this weekend, as some of our fave fashion bloggers stopped by to celebrate the grand opening of Trollbeads in our store. Natalie of Natalie Off Duty, Bonnie of Flashes of Style, Nadia of Frou Frouu, and Justin of Munrowe all came to check out our new selection of Trollbeads, munching on macaroons in the process. We also taught them all about the history and making of Trollbeads, and then each blogger got the chance to make their own bracelet. Can’t wait to see them rocking their new bangles!

Trollbead Bracelet Event!

Then, be one of the first 100 customers to bring in your redemption code during our  

Grand Opening on June 8th & 9th

to receive a complimentary sterling silver bracelet – valued at $72! 

No Purchase Required

M&J Trimming
1008 Sixth Avenue
New York, NY 10018

Forget-Me-Not, Gold

Trollbead of the Day

Forget-Me-Not, Gold

A promise and a romantic memory of the dazzling beauty of Spring that you have never forgotten.

Designer: Søren Nielsen

Space

Trollbead of the Day

Space

Hurtling through the universe at incredible speed, yet in perfect balance. The beautiful planetary spheres inspired this bead.

Designer: Tom Blicher

Palm Island

Trollbeads of the Day

Palm Island

 

Designed by Lise Aagaard

A small, deserted island with a few palm trees – a classic symbol of peace and tranquility.

High Heel, Gold

Trollbeads of the day

High Heel, Gold

Designed by Tomas Cenius

A tribute to fashion and to the ladies who live their lives elegantly elevated. In Italy, a high-heeled shoe is a symbol of good luck.

Milan

Trollbeads of the Day

Milan

Designed by Lise Aagaard

The Italian fashion capital, constantly on the move. A modern cosmopolitan city caught between the cutting edge of fashion and the timelessness of history.

The Easter Egg

Trollbeads of the day

The Easter Egg

Designed by Lise Aagaard

The Easter egg is a symbol of fertility and new life, and the customs and traditions of using eggs have been associated with Easter for centuries. Here they are in the most delicate colors.