College Prepster Bracelet

As you may know, Carly Heitlinger is one of my many inspirations. While looking through her blog one day, I came across one of her pieces of jewelry. And I fell in love with it.


The College Prepster Bracelet. Isn't it adorable?! It's two of my favorite things in one: monograms and jewelry. I prefer the silver over the gold, but that's just me. The price, $198, is a little expensive for me, so I'm thinking of asking for it for Christmas or my birthday next year.

Do you like the College Prepster Bracelet?

P.S. Check out Caroline's giveaway!
P.P.S. Check out Frannie's giveaway as well!

9 comments:

  1. I've always been head over heels in love with Carly's monogram bracelet! I really need to invest in one myself. It's just so perfect!

    xo Amy
    archaize.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Same here! I think I might end up buying one :-)

      Delete
  2. I've been in love with that bracelet since I started following her blog. It's adorable. I keep thinking about buying it, but I just can't seem to get myself to spend so much! Like you I will probably ask for it for my birthday!

    xo,
    Emily
    www.lifesn0tebook.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Exactly! The price is a little too much for me. Hopefully I end up getting it for some type of holiday/celebration, though!

      Delete
  3. I love the monogram bracelet! It's so classy and I feel like it would go with everything :) hmmm... Might have to add this to my birthday wish list!

    Xoxo,
    Vina
    theprettyinprep.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. I absolutely love Carly's bracelet! I especially love when she layers it with pearls :) It's on my wish list as well!

    -Rachel
    www.apreppystateofmind.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  5. Another good thing in buying and wearing trendy beaded jewelry is you do not want to spend thousands of greenbacks to have people who will appreciate your look and your image. Fashionable beaded jewelry like necklaces, earrings and bracelets are available in wide variety of styles and designs. You'll only spend one or two dollars to few hundred bucks depending on the kind of materials you select for your jewelry.

    ReplyDelete