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Skulls are often associated with death and doom, but in Mexico skulls take on a celebratory meaning during their annual festival, ‘El Dia de los Muertos’ (the Day of the Dead). Painting their faces with skulls and dressing up as skeletons, patrons of this festival celebrate for multiple days in a row, although often begin the celebrations between October 31st and November 1st in preparation for the official festival’s date of November 2nd. So, get your skulls on! This gold chain bracelet features 3 large metal, smiling black skulls ready to travel with you through everyday life and festivities alike. Celebrate life by celebrating death with this modern chain skull bracelet!
Sexy in black, this chain-cross bracelet features an elongated cross with smooth curvature, allowing it to spoon perfectly with your wrist. Features decorative link chain.
Available in 3 tropical colors, these party-ready faux leather and sleek metal cross bracelets are perfect for parties and warm summer days in the city. Adjustable size, allows for a loose or tight fit.
In 2013, 40% of the physical gold traded occurred in Dubai and weighed in at the weight of more than 354 elephants. This set of jelly twist bracelets is color-inspired by the great city of Dubai, and features shades of blue, yellow, orange and black – symbolizing the contrast between desert, manmade water forms, and modern city structures. Plain twist bracelets glow in the dark, while mouse eared bracelet adds a cute touch. You’ll love this 5 bracelets set for its variety of colors that can be worn together, alone, or mixed and matched. Colors may vary.
Ironic as it may be, prior to 1910 movie theaters were banned in the Hollywood district. Now associated with movies, actors, and actresses, Hollywood is filled with glitz and glam. This set of jelly twist bracelets feature black and pink coloring, with one bracelet from each set featuring a mouse eared head. Pink-tone bracelets glow in the dark, making this bracelet set ideal for both daytime and nighttime wear – you can even wear them dancing or to nighttime parties. 5 bracelets per set. Colors may vary.
While today there are many laws banning or restricting the production and growth of certain substances and plants (most notably marijuana and opium), in 17th and 18th century America, refusing to grow hemp was against the law — with jail time during 1763-1769! Not surprisingly, 80% of all textiles, fabrics, and other sorts of linens were made from hemp until the 1920’s (when cotton came into popularity due to the creation of the cotton gin). While it’s definitely not illegal to not wear this hemp and leather bracelet, you’ll feel like it is if you miss out! A natural blend of black leather and brown hemp thread, this simple but stylish bracelet is adjustable in size and suitable for a wide variety of fashion styles. Pair with a pair of jeans and white shirt for daywear or a little black dress for evening wear.
Spiked dog collars were originally worn by hunting dogs in order to protect their necks from dangerous game such as lions, wolves, and bears. These spikes sometimes measured several inches long, but today shorter, less dangerous spikes are popular in various styles of fashion. This metallic jet black spike bracelet utilizes an elastic band that ensures it’ll fit to the size of your wrist. Give yourself a cute hint of protection when out and about!
While brown has been a popular color for military uniforms since the late 18th century due to its wide availability and low visibility, this genuine stone bracelet is anything but low visibility. Subtle, yes, but this stone bracelet features beautiful sheen and elegant beaded gold decorative outer edges, clasp and lock. With shades ranging from near-black to light orange-brown, this stone bracelet matches a variety of hair tones, eye colors, and outfits.
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