We are thrilled to have teamed up with Anthropologie to bring you this series of limited-edition DIY bracelets just in time for the holidays. Everything you need to make a chic addition to your arm party is included in each sparkly kit. Instructions? Yeah we got those too. In true For the Makers fashion we made sure to include pops of pastels, hints of sparkle, and smash-ups of color. Whether it ends up in your bestie’s stocking or on your own wrist is entirely up to you. Each kit is only available in select Anthropologie stores and online.
Our days in the craft tent at Camp Mary Atkinson left us with an undying love for the classic friendship bracelet. South American color combinations mixed with studs and sparkle make these feel particularly fresh. Both pink and green versions mean there is one to give and one to get.
This is the kitchen sink bracelet. It has a pallette of 1960's pop pastels, icy glass stones, hints of sparkle, even a little iridescence. Every angle has a different look and they’re all so so good. Available at Anthropologie.
We’re combining a few of our favorite things into a serious pastel stunner here: stacks of african trade bracelets, a 1950s sequin dancing dress, and a hunk of bling. Of course, we can’t have enough sequin action so we used a mix of opaque and translucent (and iridescent!) sequins. Slip this on and you fancy now.
Available at select Anthropologie stores and online.
Inspired by Victorian wedding dresses with incredible embellished details, this bracelet is available in both slate gray and soft mauve. The muted tones of mountain winters are super chic, we might even say subtle, addition to your wrist. Pair it with a chain bracelet or five and you’re ready for a holiday fete.