The internet is currently over-hyped with armswag, armcandy. All these terms relating to mix and match wrist accessories. If you look up #armcandy #armswag there are probably over 100k photos on just bracelets. If you are a guy, yep that's right Instagram might not be your thing unless you're into nails and bracelets and hair.
|From: Shop Bijouterie|
Skull bracelet trend
Some of them come in colors as well or I've seen them attached to the ends of a gold bangle. The ones I've seen are around $10 in Vancouver, not a bad price but it can be easily done with a few materials online. Not to say Shop Publik is bad in any way, I love their products their pricing is good as well but unfortunately, shipping fees are quite high for me otherwise I would love to buy from there! If you are from the states, this is a great online store for bracelet and statement pieces.
Store: shenlong19 on eBay
Price: $3-$5 depending on the qty you order
Pros: Looks like the skull beads in store bought bracelets
Or you can always go on eBay and search skull beads, filter with buy it now and lowest price and shipping to get the best deal.
Stack-able BraceletsNext up is the stack-able colored bracelet trend. Basically you have stacks of bracelet in a variety of materials, wood, pearl, steel, copper, mixed metals, suede cording etc. I really love the collection that Shop Bijouterie has, great pairing but the prices are a bit steep for my budget.
|From: Shop Bijouterie|
I've searched high and low and here are a few places where I like to shop for jewerly accessories or supplies to make my bracelets. A lot of these bracelets (that are not metal) can be easily created with a few beads and cording bought online or at your local Michael's or craft store.
Store: Circle607 on eBay
Pros: Great pricing and fast shipping
Cons: The material is very lightweight, it's made of plastic so I wouldn't expect too much from it
Store: digitalzone88 on eBay
Pros: Great pricing, super fast shipping. The store offers a lot of great products at low rates as well. Worth browsing around for sure.
My overall go to site is now eBay. I used to purchase these supplies from etsy but I find that because there is a strong community of DIY and crafty people on there, there is the ability to raise the prices up a bit because that is the go to site for supplies and handmade goods nowadays. A lot of eBay stores are selling on etsy now as well but prices are often slightly higher to target this niche market versus eBay where it's a collection of basically everyone!
These bracelets are extremely easy to make if you have stretchy Jewelry strings. I believe they come in a coil (similar to how fishing string would look) and they are priced at around $4-$5 for 5 meters worth. All you need to do is thread them through and tie a knot!
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