How To: Style Wrap Bracelets with Victoria Emerson
Happy Tuesday all! Today, I’m sharing one of my newest jewelry finds: Victoria Emerson Designs! She creates the prettiest beaded wrap bracelets and this style is right up my alley! I LOVE jewelry that I can wear everyday, think casual enough to pair with your apple watch and jeans, but still pretty that it catches other’s eyes! Victoria Emerson has done just this with all of her collections. Today, I’m sharing 3 different designs and how I styled each! Better yet, I’ve got a discount code for all of you babes as well! Use code: aubrey20 for 20% off your entire order! It doesn’t have to be these specific wraps! She has almost 100 other designs the code will work for as well!
The Cuenca Cuff
I love this linked cuff! The Cuenca cuff is neutral enough it will go with anything and it’s a pretty skinny bracelet so you could totally pair two cuffs together and it won’t look like you are over doing it! I especially love the tassels on this bracelet, so cute!
Turquoise & Shell Wrap Bracelet
Next is this turquoise shell wrap bracelet. I think this one is my favorite! Turquoise is one of my favorite colors and I loveeee wearing turquoise in the summertime and wrap bracelets are a must have during the summer too (I wear them to the beach sometimes because…why not?!) I’ll probably wear this bracelet with a white flowy sundress in a few months, but it was SO cold when we took pictures and I wasn’t about to sport a little sundress… not worth the purple knees haha
Freshwater Pearls Brown Wrap Bracelet
Lastly is the freshwater pearls wrap bracelet (in brown) I think this bracelet is the most wearable for everyday- it looks totally natural with my apple watch (that I also wear everyday) and the colors in this bracelet will go with everything. The pearls are gorgeous and again, I love the wrapped look!
Hope you all enjoyed this post! Stacked/wrapped bracelets are my thing and I love the look no matter the occasion! Don’t forget to use code: aubrey20 for 20% off your purchase!
Photography by: Viktoriya Chuprov
Thank you to Victoria Emerson for sponsoring today's post.