You received a little charm bracelet for your twelfth birthday, and then you got another one for your eighth birthday. Now you're twenty-five and you want another one but you're not sure how you feel about the whole dangly charms thing. You loved them when you were youngger, but since you're in a professional setting now, you want to wear something that's a little more mature. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that! We think a bead charm bracelet is exactly what you need.
So, what's so great about a beaded charm bracelet? First of all, with these, the charms are attached to beads rather than loops, so they're a lot sturdier than typical charm bracelets. The beads also slide along your wrist when you move, and they are not as easily done on things.
These new charm bracelets are also much more versatile. When you were younger, you had two main colors in your wardrobe: pink and black. Nowadays you're wearing all kinds of colors to your job, so you want something that's versatile and can go with just about everything. Luckily for you, these new bracelets come in leather, silver, and gold. Unlike other pieces of jewelry, you can mix and match metals, so you can have silver beads on your gold base bracelet, and vice versa. Moreover, you do not have to worry about filling your entourage bracelet with charms. With an old fashioned charm bracelet, it looks ridiculous if you only have a few charms, but the new bracelets are completely different!
Perhaps one of the best parts about the bead charm bracelet is that it is very affordable. While you can purchase a gold base bracelet with gold charms, you can also purchase inexpensive leather and silver base bracelets. Fill those up with gorgeous silver or wooden beads for a chic, yet inexpensive look. See? Being a jewelry owner does not have to break the bank of a recent college graduate!
When you're looking to purchase a bead charm bracelet, check for a warranty. You do not want something to happen to your bracelet and then you have no way of replacing it. Also, make sure that you have all the correct cleaning supplies before you bring your bracelet home. You already have warm water, but have an extra toothbrush in your cabinet, as well as gentle soap to clean your bracelet when it starts to lose its sparkle.