Folks, the friendship bracelet is back. When I was growing up, in the 80s, I made and traded these suckers and wore them until they unraveled and fell off. These little pieces of wrist candy are in all the magazines from Vogue to People Style Watch. I've seen them in Macy's, Anthropologie, Target, and Walmart - and every store in between. Buy one for your BFF, or get one for yourself. The more you stack, the better. Here are a few of my favorites:
The bfrend bracelet on Etsy. I swoon.
Dallas designer Mary Gold's set of semi-precious stone bracelets (they come in a set). Not exactly true friendship bracelets, but oh-so-awesome.
Ones with a nautical twist, from Kiel James Patrick.
From Noir Jewelry.
5. These dainty little Morse Code gems spell out words like mom, lucky, swell, and love. Or you can even get them personalized. From COATT. Love it.
Statement friendship bracelet from Nordstrom.
A custom version, on Etsy, that spells out your friendship. So cute. And, you can pick your cord color and font!
Another Etsy find (let's hear it for local art!), these little beauties are not only fashionable, but they also carry meaning. On a leather cuff, mark a special spot with its longitude and latitude coordinates.
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