What to Expect When New Halloween Collection Launches 20th September 2019.

Daisy Jean Floral Designs releases teaser information on the upcoming launch of its Retro Inspired Acrylic jewellery. Further information can be found at https://www.daisyjeanfloraldesigns.com.

Homebush West, Australia - September 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Daisy Jean Floral Designs today announced the official launch date of its upcoming retro-inspired Halloween jewellery collection. Rumours and intrigue are already starting to circulate around the details of the collection within the “broochee” community from sneak peeks as the release date of 20th September draws near.

The first thing retro fashion fans should expect is how easily they will be able to lift any outfit by accessorising with the Daisy Jean Halloween Collection. The Halloween Collection makes this happen by combining strong vibrant colours with inspired standout design. This is to be expected from a business who places so much value on creating a unique experience for women via exclusive bold beautiful jewellery that accentuates their personality.

As well as that, Daisy Jean Floral Designs will be celebrating the launch worldwide with the release of a video across social media. It is their hope that this video will truly depict the impact this unique range of jewellery can have for any women who wishes to be noticed.

Finally, for diehard fans of the pinup fashion community, they’ll be interested to know what went into creating the Halloween Collection. It has taken months to produce, from start to finish, from the initial ideas to creating the final product with many reviews and redesign along the way, but Daisy Jean were determined to create a stand-out collection for Halloween. The collection is made from coloured acrylic to ensure the pieces are strong and consistent in their presence. The resulting classic Daisy Jean statement pieces are sure to satisfy even the hardcore “broochee” and pinup fashion connoisseurs.

Danielle Davenport, Owner at Daisy Jean Floral Designs also wanted to add “The feeback from the test marketing we did as well as the sneak peeks is great but even we are surprised by the intensity. We are sure the waiting will be worth it!”

And for more information about the product itself, more information can be found at https://daisyjeanfloraldesigns.com/collections/newest-releases

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: 88918905

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