An embellished cuff is a great gift for any girl on your list — not only is it personalized, but it will also add a little glitz to any holiday look. The best part is, it only takes a few simple steps to take a bold cuff from boring to brilliant! Find out the secret to this latest DIY (hint: nail polish is a key player) by watching our video!
While we're always trying to reinvent the accessorizing wheel, there's nothing like showcasing a bold bracelet or cuff on your arm. Michelle Williams donned a sleek gold buckled bracelet at a My Week With Marilyn screening, Heidi Klum opted for an exotic snake cuff adornment at her Toronto fragrance launch, and Blake Lively stacked her favorite colorful and oversized Lorraine Schwartz bracelets at a MoMA film benefit. By adorning your wrist with one wide, chunky, too-awesome-for-words bracelet, you don't have to worry about doing much else in the way of piling on accessories. Follow suit on this wrist candy statement trend and click through to see even more ways celebrities are wearing it. Plus, shop our editors' picks at the end of the slideshow!
This Fall is all about looking cozy and glamorous, so naturally, it's fitting to amp up your accessory artillery as well. We suggest you up the fashion ante with the latest crop of chain bracelets. Not only do they add a classic edge to any ensemble, chain bracelets can easily be styled to evoke any mood you're currently into. From Michael Kors's classic-gold links to Missoni's vibrant, multicolored confections, we have your wrists covered. Check out three cool ways to style your chain bracelets below, and then shop our top 10 picks in the slideshow.
- Stack your link bracelets with a watch and cuff bracelet for a chunky, snap-worthy look.
- Layer a bold, gold-chain cuff over a black long-sleeved top for maximum impact.
- Create contrast by mixing and matching different-colored metals together.
Photo courtesy of Greg Kessler
Stephen Webster makes some dope stuff. This Superstud Silver Cuff ($1,595) is one of his way-cool creations, but why is it so expensive? I would feel horrible paying that much for a bracelet that I can't even wear every day. So I set out to find something with the same dramatic feel minus the dramatic price . . .
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SS2's love for birds led her to this adorable print dress, but keeping it might mean no groceries for a month. She wants us to help her decide whether or not to keep the dress. My advice? Go with your animal instinct and keep the dress!
Here's what she has on:
- Dress: Corey Lynn Calter
- Belt: Unknown
- Cuff: Unknown
Congrats to SS2!
Everyone else, submit your looks and I might feature you on FabSugar!
My immediate reaction to these Disaya Pencil Shaving Cuffs ($76, originally $151) was intrigue. A cuff in the form of pencil shavings? I dig it. The only thing is: I wonder if people will know what it's supposed to resemble without me telling them. Do you love it or hate it?