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Mulberry Leather bracelet, worth the money?

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ruby22 Tue 11-Sep-12 22:17:15

Has anyone got one? Am vaguely attracted to them, not really a fan of the bags. If you've got one was it worth the £££?

ruby22 Tue 11-Sep-12 22:18:16

sorry should clarify- am referring to the thicker wrap around cuff type ones and not the little friendship bracelets.

vigglewiggle Tue 11-Sep-12 22:20:32


ruby22 Tue 11-Sep-12 22:24:01


suebfg Tue 11-Sep-12 22:26:44

I don't think it's worth the £££ but that's just my opinion

DelGirl Tue 11-Sep-12 22:27:22

sorry, save yourself the money and buy a dog collar for your wrist as personally I can't see the difference. smile

Which Tue 11-Sep-12 22:29:27

Looks like sale rail primarni! Not keen at all.
That said, if you can afford it and you LOVE it, go for it.

PretzelTime Tue 11-Sep-12 22:40:21

For that amount of money you could get a new wintercoat instead!

HoopDePoop Tue 11-Sep-12 22:55:32

I really like it actually, but it's no way worth spending £150 of actual money on. Make a mental list of what treats you could spend £150 on and I doubt it'd come top.

- cashmere jumper
- lovely necklace
- new watch
- winter coat
- night in a posh hotel
- perfect winter boots
- a good leather bag

And so on. Plus you just know it'll be at the Mulberry outlets for £30 after Christmas. I really should heed my own advice though. Check out the 'expensive mistakes' thread currently running.

justasecond Tue 11-Sep-12 23:09:38

I really like leather bracelets but this is way too £££. Also not keen on the star dangly bit. Check out Massimo Dutti for good quality reasonably priced leather braclets. Not much choice online but there is more in store.

Itsgottabebags Wed 12-Sep-12 07:00:20

Maybe try the outlets to see if they have some of last years stock. I don't think they'll be down to thirty quid though. They gave the bracelets away last year as part of a Grazia/Mulberry promotion when you spent over £250 in some of their main outlets and had the Grazia page with the offer on.

ruby22 Wed 12-Sep-12 08:31:39

Bags that,s where I saw them at the outlet, but was still £105!! As someone said above am struggling when I think what else could buy myself with that money but already have bags coats scarves etc Plus have investigated resale value on eBay which seems to be 50-70 .

MrsHoarder Wed 12-Sep-12 08:43:19

If you've found one on Ebay for £50 why not buy that one?

seeker Wed 12-Sep-12 08:52:26

Why on earth would you spend £150 on something you are only "vaguely attracted" to?

2madboys Wed 12-Sep-12 09:03:41

How about one of these Red Direct?

PerryCombover Wed 12-Sep-12 09:06:52


ruby22 Wed 12-Sep-12 09:49:34

Ok have been convinced! Love the massimo dutti ones online, will order a few at a faction of the price. Thanks

ruby22 Wed 12-Sep-12 09:49:51


MrsSJG Wed 12-Sep-12 09:52:52

I have a couple of the massimo dutti ones, I love them grin

valiumredhead Wed 12-Sep-12 12:03:24

It's vile, the buckle is way to chunky imo and the fact it's gold makes it look tacky, should be silver.

daisydoodoo Wed 12-Sep-12 13:40:02

i have this one it was a gift and i realy like it, have been wearing it most days, would have preferred the tan leather, but the person buying itknows i have an aversion to gold coloured metal.
I'm not sure that i would pay £150 for it, but probably £100. The buckle doesnt seem that chunky at all to me. Im a 12 with not very slender wrists, but neither are they thick and manly.

valiumredhead Wed 12-Sep-12 13:42:55

Oooo daisy I much prefer that one!

monieart Wed 03-Apr-13 14:30:28

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MrsCampbellBlack Wed 03-Apr-13 15:23:04

I've got the marc by marc Jacobs one not that I paid that much. Its really really lovely.

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