I like the simplicity of it. However, I'm laughing at the $450 price-tag. Yes, I know it's a real diamond, but I thought I could probably achieve a similar look for next to nothing.
During a grocery trip to Walmart, I found these suede cords for around $3. After, I went to Charlotte Russe to look through their clearance jewelry, and I found these earrings. I know the charms don't compare to a real diamond "set in rose gold", but for only $1.99 I could use them to make multiple bracelets that would be...well, charming. :-)
Before I cut the suede cord, I wrapped it around my wrist multiple times to get the desired look. I then cut and tied it. I cut off a bit of the excess cord, but left enough so I could tie it again in the future. Next, I just bent the ring holding the charm, and I took it off the earring and put it on the suede cord. I then re-wrapped and tied my bracelet.
|This is the second bracelet I made.|
|This is the third bracelet I made.|
So for only about $5, I now have many combinations of stylin' bracelets.
Who knows, maybe I'll get a diamond for Valentine's Day.... or even better, a romantic candlelit dinner at Chick-Fil-A.