A new spin on an all-time favourite: Alice in Wonderland

Daisy Jean Floral Designs releases teaser information on the upcoming launch of its quirky Alice in Wonderland range of jewellery. Further information can be found at https://www.daisyjeanfloraldesigns.com.

Homebush West, Australia - February 15, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Daisy Jean Floral Designs today announced the official launch date of its latest quirky range of acrylic jewellery that gives a new slant on the classic Alice in Wonderland. Sneak peeks are already starting to circulate generating excitement among brooch lovers and fans within the Pinup Fashion Jewellery world alike, as the ‘Live’ date of the Alice in Wonderland Collection draws near. Daisy Jean Floral Designs has also released three things fans, reviewers and critics can expect from the release in February 2020.

The first thing folks should expect is a standout collection that will lift any outfit. The Wonderland collection makes this happen by combining strong unique acrylic with bold design making any who wears to stand out and be noticed. This is to be expected from a business who places this much value on always creating bold statement pieces of jewellery that stand on their own.

As well as that, Daisy Jean Floral Designs will be celebrate the launch on the 21st by releasing a special video across all their channels. It is their hope that this will enable everyone to apreciate the strength and colour of this joyous range.

Finally, for die-hard fans of the industry, they’ll be interested to know what went into making Wonderland Collection. It has taken months to create this range, from start to finish, from the initial ideas to crafting the final product. The designs had to take into account the real world impact of some of these out-there state-of-the-art coloured acrylics. The end results should provide total satisfaction to Pinup Fashion Jewellery connoisseurs.

Danielle Davenport, One of the Owner at Daisy Jean Floral Designs also wanted to add “We are really excited to put a fresh spin on a traditional set of characters. Alice in Wonderland has been the input for so many great pieces over the years and we are more than happy with our contribution”

And for more information about the product itself, more information can be found at https://www.daisyjeanfloraldesigns.com

Contact Info:
Name: Danielle Davenport
Email: Send Email
Organization: Daisy Jean Floral Designs
Address: B313 81-86 Courallie Ave, Homebush West, NSW 2140, Australia
Website: https://www.daisyjeanfloraldesigns.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946898

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