With the shopping days winding down for the holidays, I’ve been dying to showcase one of my new discoveries and an early Christmas gift to myself. I hardly ever focus on non-charm jewelry here on the blog, but the new Swarovski Stardust Bracelets are incredibly eye-catching and accessorize amazingly with other bracelets. They first debuted over the fall and have taken the fashion world by storm, I only recently went to see them in person at the Swarovski Boutique (concept store) and was blown away.
The stock photos do not do these bracelets justice so I found a few pictures on Instagram that give a better idea of what they look like live. The bracelets are made from nylon mesh tubing and filled with Swarovski crystals. The color comes from both the casing and the crystals inside; some have matching colors while others only have clear crystals. The translucent mesh allows the crystals to shine brilliantly and creates a truly dazzling effect.
These come in a single or double wrap but only in small or medium sizes (S = 14 7/8 in. and M = 15 5/8 in.), the double wraps can also be worn as chokers. The clasp has a magnetic closure which is secure yet simple to use, and it is palladium-plated metal. The Stardust Bracelets are also available in two finishes, silver and gold. There are 14 colors for the double wraps and 8 for the single wraps; the “Gray” bracelet is actually white, it is super stunning and my absolute favorite. The Beige bracelet features a gold mesh with clear crystals and is perfect with gold jewelry. If you’re a fan of rose gold, then the Pink bracelet is a wonderful choice – I was tempted to get this one even though I don’t even like rose gold.
It was difficult to decide but I bought two double wrap bracelets in Black and Gray. It’s hard to describe how sparkly these pieces are and they’re definitely worth seeing for yourself! I’ve been wearing them on their own, they combine well together, or stacked with other charm bracelets as well. I’ve only found them at the Swarovski Boutiques or they can also be purchased online at the official Swarovski website. They’re surprisingly affordable at $60 for a single wrap or $80 for the double wrap. Is this something you’d be interested in?