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Elle Time & Jewelry Unveils Essence 2.0

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DALLAS, TX – Elle Time & Jewelry announces the release of Essence 2.0, the extension to the best-selling Essence collection. It includes a twist on the two-stone trend by combining cushion cut and round cut sparkling CZs in one design. Retail prices range from $60 to $140.

“The Essence collection is the No. 1 best-selling collection in the history of Elle, but it is important to stay on top of trends that will continue to bring the sell through that our retailers expect,” said Alisa Bunger, director of sales. “These new designs include alternatives to today’s two-stone trend as well as include rose gold accent that today’s women are demanding.”

Elle is a brand extension of Elle Magazine. The jewelry is most noted for its personal beauty mark, the hidden ruby, which is included in every piece of Elle jewelry.

“We have been selling Elle Jewelry for nine years and it has become one of my fastest turning and highest ROI collections in my store,” said Dan Levinson, owner of Ellis Jewelers in Concord, NC. “Whether I ask for help with marketing, merchandising or sales training, their response is always ‘Yes!’ and ‘How quick do you need it?’ Alisa and her team are truly partners not just vendors trying to sell me merchandise. Their merchandise is always fresh and unique, and their service is always outstanding. “

Elle and the new Essence 2.0 will be on display at the upcoming JIS event in Miami, Plumb Club Booth #2122. For additional information on becoming a retail partner, email [email protected]

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