When my daughter was born I gave up jewelry all together. It’s been years since I have worn anything feminine, let alone elegant. Recently I was offered the opportunity to try out a faux pearl bracelet by A Touch of Dazzle for review purposes and I could not resist. I love pearls and I really miss wearing pretty things.
One of the first things I noticed about the bracelet is it’s 8 inches. My wrist a not small and dainty so I need every little inch I can get. An 8 inch bracelet is the perfect length for me. It’s not big and droopy but it’s not snug and comfortable. Just the perfect size.
Besides being the perfect length for me it is beautiful. Throughout the day as I was wearing it I found myself looking down and admiring it. I also received countless compliments from co-workers. I even had a stranger at the coffee shop stop and admire it. It’s truly and elegant piece that can be worn for business dress, casual dress or even a night out on the town.
One of my favorite features of this bracelet is the clasp. It’s a magnetic clasp. And it’s a strong magnet. I can easily put this bracelet on my self by laying it over my wrist and trying to bring together the ends. The magnet kicks in and it just snaps together. Fast and simple. The closure is strong and I was never concerned about it coming undone while I was wearing it. It does take a little pressure to separate the magnets to take it off but I was able to do that with one hand.
Bottom line is I really like this bracelet. I chose the white but it also comes in pink/white and grey. If you like what you’ve read and want to have one for yourself you can find it on amazon. It would make a wonderful Mother’s Day present, Graduation present, Easter gift, Birthday present or any other special occasion you can think of.
Peyton’s Penny Pinching Momma Disclosure:
I received the faux pearl bracelet by A Touch of Dazzel at a discount for evaluation purposes. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with Federal Trade Commission 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising.