Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 December 2014

Florence Welch unveils jewellery line

COLUMBIA, MD - SEPTEMBER 19: Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs at Merriweather Post Pavillion on September 19, 2012 in Columbia, Maryland. (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images)
COLUMBIA, MD - SEPTEMBER 19: Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs at Merriweather Post Pavillion on September 19, 2012 in Columbia, Maryland. (Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images)
Florence Welch
Florence Welch
Florence Welch

Florence Welch’s art deco-influenced accessories line has been released.

The Florence + The Machine singer is known for her quirky fashion sense and is a favourite of luxury label Gucci, which designed her tour wardrobe in the past.

Now the redhead has taken her style into her own hands by creating an accessories line inspired by the band’s album Ceremonials.

The capsule line is available on the Flotique website, which also sells T-shirts, mugs and other fan paraphernalia.

Pieces include earrings, bracelets and necklaces and range in price from £20 to £50.

In true Florence style, the accessories are unique, featuring art deco-inspired shapes and detail.

A cuff bracelet comprises of two triangles, joined by three strips of thin, silver metal.

Earrings also feature triangles or circles and long, dangling strands.

A simple, silver heart locket will be making it to the top of many Valentine’s wish lists and retails for £30.

One of the quirkiest items is a birdcage ring, made of delicate silver metal.

The piece pays homage to the tattoo the singer sports on her finger.

The musician isn’t just talented, but also has fans thanks to her great personality.

Recently it was reported she joined in with a rendition of her hit You’ve Got The Love when she was spotted travelling on the London Underground.

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