Pair diamond bracelets with any outfit and instantly up the fashion ante with ease. Remember that diamonds are a girl's best friend and they also make the perfect accessory. Stun crowds anywhere, from the office to the snazziest cocktail party.
Intrigued by the idea of a diamond-dazzled arm party? Bow down to bangles. Consider roped bangles for interesting texture and the ability to add charms. Stick with thinner bracelets for more layering opportunities. Pick pieces with unique accents, such as entwined hearts or looping infinity symbols.
Browse pavé settings for a lavish vibe that can look both casual and ultra-chic. Desire to be elegant and modern? Choose tennis bracelets as an ideal combination of sophistication and elegance. (Tennis bracelets, although currently having nothing to do with the sport and got their name from when famous tennis champion Chris Evert lost her designer diamond bracelet during a tennis match. She paused the match until the bracelet was found, which seemed to have sparked a desire amongst other women to have a diamond bracelet similar to hers. From that time on, a bracelet containing many small gems, usually diamonds, linked together in a narrow chain is called a tennis bracelet).
Experiment with different shapes and trends. Play around with all sorts of colors and carats.
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