Help me choose a bracelet please!

(12 Posts)
InSpaceNooneCanHearYouScream Wed 17-Feb-16 20:25:14

If you had around £150 to spend on a bracelet, what would you get? It's for my birthday. I'm not very good at knowing what's trendy and desirable at the moment. Your suggestions would be most welcome! TIA

midnightmoomoo Wed 17-Feb-16 20:38:08

I don't think it matters what's trendy, jewellery is very personal so you need to think about what you like whether it's trendy or not. What metal do you like? Do you want it floppy or more rigid like a bangle? Something with meaning, like your birthstone? Best thing is to look online or go shopping for ideas and take it from there.

InSpaceNooneCanHearYouScream Wed 17-Feb-16 20:46:12

Thank you coco. I'm just not very good at pinning down what I like! Often when people show me their latest purchases I think 'ooh! I like that!', but looking through websites just leaves me confused. Hence the thread. I like silver, not bangle type though

Tate15 Wed 17-Feb-16 21:51:36

www.notonthehighstreet.com/search?filter%5Bcategory_id%5D=15000&filter%5Bdelivery_zone%5D=1&filter%5Bprice_at_least%5D=100&filter%5Bprice_at_most%5D=150&term=Bracelet

That's for all of them!

sarah2011 Wed 17-Feb-16 21:53:53

I love the blue bell one and the Queen bee

sarah2011 Wed 17-Feb-16 21:54:36

Pilgrim have some nice jewelry

TheCraicDealer Wed 17-Feb-16 22:02:35

DP got me one of these for Christmas, one of the 'Havana' ones with a nickname engraved on it. I have my eye on the Fiji style too. I like this style of bracelet because I don't like the jangliness of bangles # firstworldproblem

Fabellini Wed 17-Feb-16 22:24:39

My dsis got this for me for my birthday last year. I think it's lovely and it has been much admired by friends smile

Fabellini Wed 17-Feb-16 22:26:23

TheCraicDealer that's lovely too! I think Monica Vinader stuff is great.

HappyGirlNow Wed 17-Feb-16 22:27:18

I got this with vouchers I got at Christmas - it's very pretty..

DoBananasWearPajamas Thu 18-Feb-16 15:40:17

wow NOTH is very expensive...

£104 for a gold PLATED bracelet!!

I think its because they charge the sellers a lot

I would get some ideas and visit a local jewellers and get them to make you something

InSpaceNooneCanHearYouScream Thu 18-Feb-16 21:53:46

Good tips and ideas- thanks

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