Let’s do the jangle bell bangle!
Bangle bracelets are alluring pieces of arm candy that not only look stunning on the arm, but jangle a little tune for you when you walk or move. For a gorgeous accessory to any outfit (especially when wearing a sleeveless to mid-length sleeve with bare arms) bangle bracelets are an excellent choice!
A bracelet is a loop of material, such as a strap or chain, that is intended to be worn around the wrist or forearm, without being attached to clothing. Bracelets are made in decorative styles and are worn as jewelry.
Bangle bracelets (bangles) are rigid bracelets, usually made from metal, wood or plastic. They can be smooth textured or set with stones. What makes bangle bracelets unique? You generally stack them on your arm, beginning with three or four individual bracelets, anywhere up to how many work for you.
Bangle bracelets look particularly attractive and pleasing to the eye; a jewelry group of sheer beauty.
Jangle and bangle: when wearing just one bracelet isn’t enough!
Bangle Bracelet Fun Fact: In India, glass bangles are common. Made from ordinary glass that is about 1/4 – 1/8 inch in width, they are worn in groups so that arm movement causes them to make a gracious sound, similar to the clanging of wind chimes. It is also common that young children wear thin gold bangles on their hands and ankles.
Ah, move your arms with a set of bangle bracelets and let your jewelry sing to you! Jangle bells!
Bracelet Fun Fact: The origin of the term “bracelet” is from Greek “brachile” meaning “of the arm”, via the Old French “bracel”. An armlet is similar, but generally is worn around the arm between the elbow and shoulder. An arm ring!
Bangle Bracelet Fun Fact: In some parts of India, the number of bangles worn by a woman denotes her marital status.
Bangle bracelets make for dandy, dazzling arm ornaments. Arm candy in motion!
Bracelets add beauty to any outfit. Not in the mood for bangles? These bracelets may work wonders for you:
- Slap Bracelets: Flat, felt covered metal strips that curve around the wrist when gently hit against. (These were very popular in the 1980s and 1990s).
- Beaded Bracelets: Usually made from loose beads with a center hole and connected by a piece of string or elastic band through the holes.
- Link Bracelets: Bracelets made from linking connecting or similar components of jewelry (metals, gemstones, chains).
- Charm Bracelets: The bracelet carries personal charms which are significant of important things in the wearer’s life.
- Friendship Bracelets: Generally made from beads and string, with identical bracelets worn by BFFs.
- Tennis Bracelets: A single, thin, elegant strand of diamonds, diamonds, diamonds.
Bracelet Tip: Bracelets are generally worn on either the right or left arm. However, if you’re really in the mood to bangle and doll up, wearing bracelets on both arms looks alluring. Style and fashion accessory overload!
Bangle Bracelet Fun Fact: With a group of bangles, wearing just one on your arm is referred to as a bangle.
Sometimes wearing just one bangle looks elegant and simple, but then what is the fun of bangles? Bangles clang, clink and jangle. They also look spectacular stacked up the arm. Sweet arm candy and eye candy! Swing and sway those arms!
Adorn your arms in attractive bangles!
Bangles look great whether they are plain silver, gold, or a rainbow of colors. To add glamour galore to your outfit and arm, bangle bracelets work like a charm!
Let your jewelry sing you a song! When wearing bangle bracelets you can’t go wrong!
Bangle bracelets: brilliance and beauty!
Mr. Bojangles…dance! Mr. Bo Bangles…sing!
“Sway those arms. Let your bangles dance and sing.”
“My arms look lovely in jewelry galore; now my hands look bare.”
“I know how to solve that. We must go shopping for a ring.”
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