It’s cold outside and we all want spring to come as soon as possible with its warmth, sun and greenness. And while there is little brightness out there we can think about things that can enliven our life.
Let’s talk about bracelets now. Bracelets are must-haves in any woman’s wardrobe. And we all have so many of them! But do you know that they initially were worn only by men? Read the history of bracelets here.
Spring-Summer 2010 season sees lots of bracelets worn all over the arm, from wrists to forearms. And the diversity of styles and designs is huge.
Let me show you the bracelets I liked the most in designers’ collections.
John Galliano and Lanvin created very elaborate and chic pieces, with lots of beads, chains and gemstones.
Jean Paul Gaultier preferred plastic to other materials and made very extravagant bracelets which could be worn on forearms and elbows.
Chanel pieces are classy and sophisticated and will be perfect for evening outfits.
Bracelets from Karl Lagerfeld and Valentino are very unusual but look sumptuous.
Marc by Marc Jacobs offer us to wear simple pieces similar to toys we buy for babies.
Dolce&Gabbana items look luxurious. They are adorned with coins and black gemstones.
Giorgio Armani bracelets are elegant and classy, perfect for special occasions and chic garments.
Louis Vuitton want us to wear bright baubles.
Gucci and Missoni created simple metallic pieces for everyday wear.
Oscar de la Renta went a more traditional path and made universal-looking bracelets. Richard Nicoll, on the contrary, used less conventional shapes. He used fabric and beads to create his works of art.
Sparkling pieces were made by Dries Van Noten and Giambattista Valli.
Hermes and Anna Sui seem to have spent lots of time on accessories because the diversity of their bracelets is amazing.
Tell me which of these bracelets you like the most.
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