If you love jewelry, today’s post is definitely for you.
And even if you don’t love jewelry, I’m going to do my best to convince you to give some a try. I think I might just be able to convert you into a jewelry lover. #icanbeprettyconvincing
Today is my 4th time to officially partner with Victoria Emerson to talk about her brand. We are talking specifically about bracelets today, and I just know you are going to be smitten. The quality and the craftsmanship are top notch, and all of the pieces are special. I truly love the brand and am always proud to partner with them.
And as you’ll see today, her bracelets will totally elevate your style.
In a previous post, I shared how after I started the blog I made the decision to step up my jewelry game. I mean, I was blogging fashion for crying out loud, and my outfits needed some extra color, sass, and spunk! My simple hoop earrings and tiny diamond drop just weren’t cutting it. It took me a bit to figure out how to use jewelry enhance my style while still feeling like me, but now I rarely walk out the door without at least 2 pieces.
I typically wear one statement piece and then other more simple pieces. If I have on a pair of statement earrings, then I wear a short delicate necklace or don’t wear a necklace at all. And if I have on a bold necklace, then I wear a pair of simple hoops or something similar. Same goes with bracelets. If I’m wearing bold or flashy bracelets, then I go classic and simple with the earrings and/or necklace.
If you’ve never been a jewelry person in the past, I suggest just playing around until it feels right. As Clairee said, “The only thing that separates us from the animals is our ability to accessorize.”
Victoria Emerson is most well known for her wrap bracelets. They are hand made with genuine leather and a variety of different beads and stones, with an unbelievable attention to detail. And while they aren’t one of a kind, they certainly do look and feel like they are! Ladies, they are seriously gorgeous.
You can choose bracelets that wrap either 3 or 5 times. And although treating yourself to one of these pretty bracelets is of course a good idea, they also make wonderful gifts. Each bracelet comes with a Victoria Emerson Pouch & Engraved Victoria Emerson Nickel-Free Clasp.
This clover wrap bracelet is a three wrap Korean waxed cord bracelet with green balls and golden clover beads. I was drawn to this particular bracelet because of the shape of the beads and the olive toned color palette.
The boho cuffs are 1 bracelet, but they look like you have layered several bracelets together. For those of you new to the jewelry game, these cuffs will totally take the guess work out of stacking bracelets. You can put on one and be done! There are countless options to choose from, and they all have such a fun mix of sizes, materials, beads, and finishes. Some are even up to seven different strands.
These boho cuffs pack a lot of bang for your buck and will add amazing style to your outfits! The fact that they are fastened together makes all of the layers stay put nicely.
Click HERE for my boho cuff seen below (the 5 white and gold strand bracelet on top). This particular bracelet features a leather strand, hematite beads, crystal beads, and gold beads of various shapes and designs.
I wanted to give you a little “behind the scenes” look. Whereas you wrap the wrap bracelets around your wrist on your own (hence the name WRAP bracelet), the boho cuffs are closed either with a clasp or a magnet closure. Both of the boho cuffs I’m featuring today have a magnetic closure, and they are very easy to put on and take off on your own.
One of the greatest things about the wrap bracelets is that they easily fit any size wrist! Each bracelet has 4 different loops on the end, and you pick the tightness of the loop depending on your sizing needs. I pick the tightest loop to pull the circle through, and then I attach the loosest loop too so I won’t have the extra leather hanging down.
Now, before you start thinking these are a luxury item and out of your price range….check this out…most of the bracelets are between $24-$49, with the majority being on the lower end.
I switched out boho cuffs, and although his one has an overall neutral look as well, it has 7 strands and a tiny bit of color!
I realize that this might make me sound crazy, but sometimes my wrist can become claustrophobic when I layer and stack tons of bracelets on top of each other. Please tell me I’m not the only one. Ha! But great news, I don’t find that to be the case with these cuffs. I’m able to get the look of a huge stack without all of the claustrophobia. That’s a win! And because of the magnetic closure on back, all the strands stay where they are supposed to.
I’m totally in love with all of the different colors and textures seen on this cuff, and look at the sparkly detail!
This particular bracelet is 7 strands and features white turquoise beads, leather, agate beads, seed and crystal beads, and wing charms. Gorgeous.
These cuffs are so interesting and unique, and they are great worn separately as well as layered. I’ve layered it here with a watch, also from Victoria Emerson. It’s rose gold and classic.
The watch has a bright white face and a stainless steel band. It has fantastic reviews and is extremely reasonable at just $110!
Victoria Emerson bracelets have the ability to really finish off a look, but they also just make getting dressed more fun!
Here are some more wrap bracelets that caught my eye. These small pictures don’t do the pieces justice, so I recommend clicking on one or two of them to see the amazing detail! I want to add a new wrap to my collection, but I’m having a hard time choosing between the 3 middle ones.
And here are some boho cuffs that I’m loving. All of the spring colors are so pretty!
Before you go, let’s take a walk down memory lane with some shots of me loving Victoria Emerson bracelets over the years.
The scarf and blue bracelet are still available!
Look at the pretty stones, the blonde leather, and the sparkle in this jade wrap bracelet!
I love both of these and am happy to report that one of them is still available.
Same bracelets above, just a different day.
As you can see, if you already love jewelry, these bracelets should be a no brainer for you! And if you are still experimenting with adding jewelry to your looks, I highly recommend trying these. Start with a simple 3 strand bracelet, and I know you’ll be moving up to 5 or 7 strands before you know it.
That’s all for today! A huge THANK YOU to Victoria Emerson for sponsoring this post!