Cuff Bracelets That Are Arrestingly Gorgeous
When summer finally arrives and you find yourself baring your arms in sleeveless halter tops and tanks it’s the perfect time for bracelets. Specifically: cuff bracelets. They make an impact and they add polish to whatever look it is you’re sporting at the time (unless you’re in pajamas – then I can’t help you).
To ease you into the concept, first let’s discuss the Rebecca Norman Circle Cuff from bloomingdale’s ($240.00). It’s a great cuff that gives you lots of cut-out space so your wrist won’t feel claustrophobic if you aren’t used to wearing these types of bracelets. (I feel like people always make fun of other people who have claustrophobia, but from the few times I’ve felt mild sensations of it I must tell you that there’s nothing to laugh about!)
The gold Fendi Cuff bracelet from Neiman Marcus ($250.00) was made in Italy, which might be the next best thing to having a hot Italian lover. It gleams with the sophistication I tell myself I have, even when I’m eating a hummus pita and spill some on my shirt. (Which happened to Phoebe on an episode of NBC’s Friends, so I’m in good company at least. But for the record, I’m a Monica/Rachel hybrid.)
Juicy Couture has Leather Cuff Bracelets with heart padlocks which are available from Neiman Marcus ($68.00). You can pick between a bronze cuff with silver or a black cuff with gold or platinum. You’ll be constantly reminded of whomever you may have given your heart to and how precious it is when you wear this. If someone takes a hold of the heart padlock and says “I’ve got the key to this heart,” that’s way too cheesy of a line and you have my full permission and encouragement to use your other hand to slap them! (Just not super hard, kay?)
When you’re ready for the major leagues, you’ve got to check out the John Hardy Silver Dot Contour Cuff from Saks Fifth Avenue ($1,495.00). It reminds me of something that Cleopatra would wear. And who doesn’t want to be as fabulous as her?
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