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Bracelet Bonanza

Wear your heart on your sleeve, but don’t forget about your wrist.

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AS EASY TO WEAR AS A WATCH BUT WITH NONE OF A TIMEPIECE’S DEDICATION TO SCHEDULE, bracelets are a low-risk piece to pitch to shoppers who might feel shy about wearing jewelry near their faces or on their fingers. A bracelet is a welcome addition to any outfit, whether it’s jangling with sentimental charms or just adding a bit of pizzazz.

Ela (PICTURED ABOVE)

Model Vaeda Mann wears a smart-tech Ela bracelet with fine leather and Italian marble design, featuring customizable alerts with soft color glow and gentle vibration, Bluetooth connectivity and a photo app. richlinegroup.com. $195
Photography: Richline Creative | Agency: Next Model Management Miami | Hair, Makeup and Manicurist: Taly Waisberg represented by Kent Creative | Stylist: Natalie Loren Garcia

Bold Beauties

There’s a reason Wonder Woman accessorizes the way she does. A sizable cuff is a major statement; a declaration of strength in the form of portable, beautiful body armor. These unapologetically large-scale designs say, “Yes, here I am.”

Les Georgettes

Gold finish cuff bracelet with leather insert.

$119

(917) 375-9050, lesgeorgettes.com/us/en

Moratorium

NYC Bracelet in iridescent sterling silver.

$780

info@moratorium.nyc, moratorium.nyc

Dana Bronfman

18K yellow gold cuff with turquoise and diamonds (0.40 TCW).

$19,800

(650) 269-1101, danabronfman.com

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Clare Ullman

18K gold bracelet with green and pink tourmaline and Tahitian pearls.

$10,950

(510) 207-0867, clareullmandesign.com

Ayva Jewelry

18K yellow gold cuff bracelet with amethyst (2.05 TCW), yellow sapphire (0.55 TCW), tourmaline (1.50 TCW), and white sapphire (0.80 TCW).

$5,500

info@ayvajewelry.com, ayvajewelry.com

Bellarri

14K rose gold bangle with colored gemstones (4.55 TCW), diamonds (0.82 TCW) and luminous black mother of pearl.

$6,860

(800) 255-0192, bellarri.com

Breuning

Yellow gold-plated sterling silver with white sapphires.

$612.45

(678) 377-1673, breuning.us

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Kothari

18K gold cuff with agate and diamonds.

$13,200

(510) 452-5600, kotharidesign.com

Lika Behar

Sterling silver cuff with 24K gold and diamonds (0.23 TCW).

$1,760

(201) 933-7200 #1, likabehar.com

Dainty Darlings

These wristwear wonders aren’t as substantial in size as their statement cuff counterparts, but their style quotient is just as impressive. A slender bracelet is a versatile buy that can be worn solo or as one element of a clever collector’s curated stack.

Frederic Duclos

Sterling silver bracelet with gold plating.

$372

(866) 898-3636, fredericduclos.com

Rahaminov Diamonds

18K gold bracelet with diamonds (1.30 TCW).

$4,800

(213) 622-9866, rahaminov.com

Anne Sportun

Amazonite bead wrap bracelet with 14K yellow gold elements.

$480

(800) 788-1247, annesportun.com

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Julez Bryant

18K rose gold with diamonds (1.16 TCW).

$16,386

(760) 931-1416, julezbryant.com

Just Jules

14K two tone gold cuff with diamond accents (0.20 TCW).

$2,800

(480) 860-6211, justjules.com

Erin DeLuca Jewelry

18K yellow gold with oxidized sterling silver wire.

$450

(203) 470-3994, erindeluca.com

Victoria Six

14K rose gold cuff with freshwater pearls.

$1,510

(818) 470-5866, victoriasix.com

Acanthus

Oxidized silver cuff with gold and moonstone.

$430

(573) 590-0827, acanthusjewelry.com

Goshwara

18K yellow gold charm bracelet with amethyst (2.49 TCW), citrine (0.71 TCW), peridot (2.03 TCW), and rubelite (2.56 TCW).

$2,400

(212) 937-9727, goshwara.com

Becky Stone writes about jewelry styles for INSTORE. She is founder and CEO of well-known jewelry blog Diamonds in the Library.

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