I prefer to take them to the right wrist, broken by the clock, which I wear on the left wrist.
I want to give them the visibility and importance they deserve.
There are armband all day long, whereas others change depending on the evening outfit.
I put more attention to the bracelets because I love - as you know - clean and regular lines.. so when I wear a t-shirt with a print or a backless dress, I like to avoid creating too much overlap.
Some nice bracelets tie or not, however, may be elements of "boundary" and not disruptive.
Here a series of bracelets that I love, but there is still a very long list ...
p.s. I know, I know, I have some preference for Hermes :P
In the 1920 Emile-Maurice Hermes, grandson of the founder, bought by his brother Adolphe its share of the company began creating garments deerskin. In 1927 it was launched a jewelry line inspired by the equestrian world and in 1929 the first collection of women's fashions.
It was the site Fashionista.com to inform the designer Jessica Kagan Cushman - Vladimir Kagan's daughter - that her ivory bracelets were inspired by Chanel accessories and he soon established a legal dispute that saw a sort of fight between David and Goliath in modern version. The bangles of designers, popular among celebrities, famous phrases carry hand-drawn lines from films and famous in the literature, but for the occasion, riding the wave of scandal, have been customized with provocative and unambiguous phrases such as "Ripped Off By Chanel ".
It 'was born in 1995 and the house goldsmith Pomellato is represented by an animal of Mauritius endangered: the dodo.
The line of gold jewelry pendants of Dodo offers different animals and each has a special symbol.
My first Dodo, given to me by mom (the real cool hunter in the family) in 1995 was the turtle because I had a lot of these cute animals. That Dodo was in honor of my beloved Pompeo.
Basic shapes, sometimes inspired by nature (such as collections Starfish, or Bean, recalling the irregular shape of the beans), sometimes architecture in ancient times.
In 2008 the British Museum in London has celebrated the entry into the museum's permanent collection of thirty of his masterpieces, which is already present at the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.