6 Aug 2014

Round And Round… Bracelets Galore

Friendship bracelets, We Love Sugar, French essence, Vicki Archer

This summer… actually every summer… I get the urge for bracelets.

Not precious, not serious… just lots of fine pretties that embellish the wrists.

I like the way they look… more bohemian and relaxed than my everyday city life allows.

Somehow they speak summer to me… and they have a flair about them.

I wear them with the kaftan and with the vintage.

I mix them all together… and wind them around both wrists.

I add the old to the new.

They are a sweet addition to the wardrobe, they add colour to a sunny day.

Better still, we can wear as many as we want… xv

Stack Them Up

alex and ani expandable wire bangles

 the raj  //  the circle  // the angela  //  the lilu pearl  //  the lilu colourblock

monica vinader bali rose  //  dezso woven cotton and silver  //  dezso shell  //  eddie borgo rose gold bell

image fabsugar.com

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Anita Rivera

I wish I could wear bracelets but my wrists are too skinny! Once in a while, I’ll sport a bracelet, and it’s usually in summer, with this feel of colorful expression. OH VICKI, summer is on its way out! Savor the waning beauty of Provence for me! Anita


I feel the same way , I only wear bracelets in summer mostly. I have some beauties that were gifts from my husband, the man of excellent taste :)
I have some treasures, like the Elsa Peretti cuff in sterling and an antique ivory and silver cuff and some Tiffany pieces. He was a brilliant shopper !

Heather in Arles

Do you know how sometimes you put something in a “special” place because you don’t want to lose it? Well, that is what I did with my bracelets during the move and now, of course, I don’t remember where that special place is! And I don’t feel dressed without them either…*sigh*

Sandy M.

And the best thing about bracelets is that we can admire them on our own wrists!


I am definitely a bracelet girl – I tend to pile them on in the summer, but I have a few that are near and dear to me that I wear year round!

Lauren Abbott

They look like the ones from the county fairs that are made in Mexico, only with embellishments added.


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