Necklace "Flor Texcoco"

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CARALARGA is a jewelry brand, entirely inspired by nature. Working with raw natural materials, designer Ana Holschneider seeks to preserve the simplicity & natural beauty of pure materials. A statement of slow fashion!

You can wear this long camel necklace any way you want to. It is adjustable and easy to combine with various outfits. The fresh water pearl adds an extra touch of elegance to the design.

If you look for a statement accessory that stands out, the jewels of Caralarga are your best choice. This Mexican brand of handcrafted jewelry is entirely inspired by nature. By the unique choice to work with 100% raw materials of nature, the talented Mexican designer Ana Holschneider seeks to preserve the simplicity & natural beauty of pure materials.

When I first saw her collection, it impressed me immediately how easily Ana introduces natural essence in jewelry; a product by nature associated with luxury and abundance. And this natural essence goes beyond the jewelry. When wearing Caralarga, you automatically dress in the same harmonious way; creating a pure and self-conscious look.

It shall not surprise that Carlarga is loved among fashionistas and regularly pops up in fashion shows & magazines like Mexico Vogue and ELLE, the Belgian ELLE, FLAIR & WEEKEND KNACK.

MATERIAL: Handmade necklace. 100% raw cotton, fresh water pearls and waxed cord. Adjustable. Each caralarga is handmade with artisan techniques. Length and small detalis may vary among same models. Please note that each caralarga is handmade with artisan techniques. Length and small details may vary among same models. Natural pearls may vary in size and shape. 

CARE OF PRODUCT: Please brush with any regular comb before and after use. Do not wash or dry clean. CAUTION! Cotton thread is flammable.

 

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