It is fascinating how much the bearing or representation of animal figures is incorporated into wrap bracelets; particularly, reptiles such as snakes. A mundane piece of cloth or metal can readily be transformed when wrapped or molded into the shape of a snake, lizard or alligator. It is almost like animal representations are the yin to the wrap bracelet's yang. Most individuals take great effort to avoid being in the same space as a snake other than when they are in the herpetarium at the zoo but relish having the embodiment of a snake wrapped around their wrist and lower arm. It is also not uncommon for material or metals used to create bracelets to be wrapped in the winding shape of a reptile yet incorporate the head of a lion or a tiger. The shape or visage of fierce and forbidden creatures are so closely associated with wrap bracelets that this type of bracelet has become a vital piece of jewelry to wear when going to what is likely to be an evening event.
Cuff bracelets embody strength while wrap bracelets embody a thrilling vitality. I believe every women whom loves jewelry should incorporate both into her wardrobe. It is relatively effortless to determine which type of bracelet to pair with an outfit upon consideration of your mood, the type of venue to which you are going and your outfit. If I wake up and feel I need a sense of strength I always reach for a cuff bracelet; however, if I feel strongly vibrant I reach for the wrap bracelet.
Wrap bracelets match very well with other jewelery and the following:
- Sleeveless or strapless tops and dresses.
- An a-line or flared skirt
- Trendy evening shorts made of lace , silk or other soft material
Luxury wrap bracelets, such as those from Isharya, can be found at pret-a-beaute. Budget-friendly wrap bracelets are available at pierced fish.
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