Created with your busy lifestyle in mind, this jewelry is the perfect way to feel more put together and prepared for the day. Sometime just adding these little details not only helps to elevate your style, but more importantly your energy and outlook for whatever's ahead of you!
This dainty, little 14k gold filled chain adjustable bracelet features a glowy freshwater coin pearl, snuggled between beads and micro-faceted, multicolor spinel gems in captivating shades ranging from light pink, mauve, red and purple. This bracelet has a spring ring clasp and a silicone slide bead. Once your bracelet is closed you can gently slide clasp bead along the chain to cinch the bracelet for a completely custom fit!
Want to make this bracelet extra custom?
Consider adding a "love letter" tiny, hand stamped initial charm at the end of the chain! Just add the "LOVE LETTER" charm also listed in the Tide Pool Collection"
This bracelet is available in size small or medium
size small fits wrists smaller than 6.25" and medium fits wrists sizes 6.5"-7.25"
*how to measure your wrist tips below*
14k gold filled chain
14k gold filled beads
14k gold filled findings
freshwater coin pearl
micro-faceted spinel beads
The bracelet is neatly packed in a teal gift box
Expected processing time before shipping:
Each piece is handmade to order especially for you.
Please expect 5-7 days before receiving shipping notifications.
This side hustling solopreneur thanks you for your patience and kindness :)
**How to measure your wrist**
option 1: a flexible tape measure works perfectly for this! Simply, hold one end on your wrist, wrap it around and read the measurement where it meets the first end you were holding down.
option 2: No flexible tape measure? No worries! A piece of string, a shoe lace, or a length of dental floss can work just as well with the help of a ruler! Hold one end of your string on the side of your wrist, then wrap the string around until it meets the end you're already holding on your wrist. Pinch the string between your fingers on the spot where it met the first end and hold this section up to a ruler to get your wrist measurement.