I don’t know about you, but I have a certain soft spot in my heart for charm bracelets. Correctly composed, they can tell you a lot about the person wearing them. What’s more, if someone is working on a charm bracelet, it’s easy to find gifts. Just look for a charm that relates to that person’s life and/or interests.
Of course, some people love the concept but prefer to have a pre-fab bracelet. For those among us, you could do a lot worse than this delightful example designed by Betsey Johnson:
With its whimsical hearts, flowers, and teatime items, it speaks to the girly girl in all of us women.
While it used to cost $55.00 (not bad for such a great piece of designer jewelry), it’s on sale now at Nordstrom. In fact, it’s on sale for just $32.90!
For my part, though, I prefer a personally composed charm bracelet. In fact, I think I’ve found the first charm I would put on a bracelet celebrating my love of writing for The Manolo. I think you’ll agree it’s appropriate:
After all, what better to encapsulate the experience than a really fabulous 14k yellow gold classic high heeled pump? Only a really fabulous 14k yellow gold classic high heeled pump that’s on sale for almost half the original price!
The retail on this elegant piece of imaginary footwear is $90.00, but why pay that when you can get it at Golden Mine for just $49.95?
Of course, there are plenty of interests other than footwear. Another of mine is grand opera. That’s why I fell in love with this adorable charm of a pair of opera glasses by Juicy Couture:
Normally priced at $58.00, they’ve been marked down to just $43.50 at Bloomingdale’s. There are plenty of other lovely charms on sale there, too.
The great thing is, no matter what subject you find intriguing, no matter what you’ve done or dream of doing, there’s a charm out there representing it. Why not start a bracelet or necklace today? Just be sure to get a good deal on the pieces!