This Season's Sweetest Arm Candy
This skinny lucite bangle is hand sculpted and hand painted with a delicate assortment of crystals and fine pearls. As if that weren’t enough, it’s also made in the U.S.A. What’s not to love?
Alexis Bittar ‘Dust’ Skinny Tapered Bangle in Cobalt, Nordstrom $66.98
The Antique Brass
With a tribal-like enamel inlay and antiqued brass, this piece is sure to be your go-to for dressing up your plain old T-shirts and jeans.
Lucky Brand Enamel Medium Bangle, Zappos $47.99
The unexpected leather is offset by a simple oval gold-tone plate, making this bangle a surprising statement piece.
So, you’ve never really been the logo-wearing kind, but something about these embossed resin bangles makes you want to start being one? Don’t worry, I’m right there with you.
See by Chloe Logo Bangle Set, Shopbop $65
Maybe you can’t afford one of the wildly popular $500 Hermès printed enamel bracelets, that’s OK. There are plenty of other great (and more affordable) enamel designs out there—that even come with nifty little engraved messages.
Kate Spade new york “Hit Your Stride” Idiom Bangle, Bloomingdales $48
The Gold Toned
Clean lines and a smattering of sparkle make this gold-toned bangle just right for your little black dress.
It’s sweet and colorful and…strangely reminiscent of the linoleum from my family’s kitchen (circa 1979). Thank you, Vera Bradley, for evoking this vivid imagery.
Vera Bradley Bangle in Canyon, Vera Bradley $38
The Polka Dot
In case you hadn’t heard, we need to make room for polka dots everywhere this season—that means on your wrist too.
Bangle Hinge Bracelet, Black/Gold Target, $16.99
When you want to add a bit of bling without breaking the bank, this twinkling band with round-cut amethyst stones will do the job nicely.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Crystal Dot Bracelet, Bloomingdales $48