It’s already been a very busy year at the blog, and I’m happy to be introducing another brand today! I have been interested in Kameleon for the past few months and it’s exciting to have the opportunity to start covering them. Kameleon offers an entire range of interchangeable charms that can be used across bracelets, necklaces, rings, brooches, and earrings. This modular concept is completely different than anything I’ve collected so far and provides a unique opportunity to wear the charms on all different jewelry pieces.
The Kameleon interchangeable inserts are called JewelPops and come in a variety of materials, including sterling silver, semi-precious stones, Swarovski Crystal, synthetic opals, cubic zirconia. There are almost 100 JewelPops currently and they come in a rainbow of colors and designs. The style runs from fun and eclectic to simple elegance; but the focus is less on representing memories and more on aesthetically pleasing designs. Unlike most of the charm jewelry lines, you can complete a look with just one JewelPop, which is great to be able to try out this brand.
Each piece is secured by snapping it into the sterling silver setting and the seal is provided by a rubber ring around the bottom of the charm. This is a completely secure non-magnetic method and has been through rigorous testing to ensure that these don’t fall out. To change the JewelPop, simply apply pressure to the underside and it comes right out or if your nail isn’t enough, each pop comes with a JewelCap which is a a small plastic button that can be used to remove the insert as well.
The JewelPops range from $19 to $59 depending on the materials used, and the jewelry settings cost anywhere from $23-299USD. I highly recommend browsing these unique designs and there are some really cool rings, pendants, and bangles from this brand. Kameleon can be found on A Silver Breeze, a new featured retailer on the blog, with free shipping on every order. I’ll be previewing a number of options Kameleon has for Valentine’s Day later this week, so stay tuned for that! What do you think of this interesting concept?