A cool remnant from an era that my mom refers to as BC (before children), my first ever resin bracelet as a teen was a hand-me-down from her that was a tortoiseshell hued cuff with threading wrapped around the middle, but alas, it was so cool it wasn’t meant to last. Much to my dismay, upon its maiden voyage, it almost immediately slid off my slender wrist, crashed to the ground, and promptly broke in half. Yikes!
Luckily, resin bracelets are a little sturdier today and can endure more abuse, but also are available in a great range of shapes and saturation, from rounded, geometrically angled, and open-backed to translucent, transparent, or completely opaque in their coloring. I feel that they are certainly coming back into popularity again, and although you can line your wrists and arms up and down with them, a single, sleek one looks equally as cool.
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