Bangle Bracelets Stunning Accessories For the Wrist

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Bangle bracelets are typically bracelets that are made with or without clasps or closures. They can be worn singly or in bunches. It is an article of clothing or jewelry that is worn around the wrist mainly for ornamental purpose. Along with gold, glass bangles worn by a woman are considered a symbol of the well-being of her husband in certain communities. In India wearing bangles has a religious connotation and a deep social significance. This piece of jewelry can be made of cloth or metal and sometimes more funky designs comprise of wood, rocks and shells. They are available in various types such as bangle, expansion, cuff, charm, beaded, spiral and link bracelets. Those bracelets which are in solid form, usually made up of some metal are referred to as bangles. They can be smooth textured or set with precious stones.

Exquisite bangles are made of gold or silver studded with precious diamond for an enhanced appeal. Now days this jewelry is worn by fashion conscious young girls as accessories whereas their mothers or grandmothers wore them as a part of ritual and tradition. Traditional designs have bold flashes of color and wonderful motifs like anchors and flowers which set them apart from the funky designs of today. But diamonds are still most preferred since diamond bangle bracelets have an eye catching and magnificent appeal which make them a perfect accessory to spruce up any outfit.

When choosing your bracelet, it is important that you take notice of the precise shape and other little technicalities that your bracelet may have. They shape may vary from a perfect circle to a more oval shape. If you choose to slide the bracelet over your hand, then the best bet is the traditional circular shape. Carucior 3 in 1 wanting a more classic look along with the security of a clasp can opt for the oval shape. In terms of day-to-day care and maintenance, your bangle bracelets are like any other piece of jewelry where you should try to avoid bumps and scratches and keep it in the best care possible.