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Registered: ‎05-27-2014

Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

I HAVE TWO FULL BRACLETS AND A LOT INVESTED IN THEM. I TOO FOUND THE BRIGHTON TO BE MY FAVORITE. I THINK PEOLE HAVE QUIT WEARING THEM  BECAUSE THERE WERE SO MANY CHEAP COSTUME ONE IN STORES. I HAD LADY AT DOCTOR OFFICE COMMENT ON MINE AND SHE SAID THAT WAS REASON  SHE HAD QUIT WEARING HERS.LADY AT CHURCH HAS ARM FULL OF ANI AND ALEX..WISH I HAD INVESTED IN THOSE INSTEAD.

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Registered: ‎03-20-2013

Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

alex and ani is made from brass, not the precious metal. They are cute, but not cute enough for me to wear.

I am a big silver fan, Trollbeads and Pandora fit well.

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Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

Yes I still wear them and didn't know they were not the thing anymore?

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Registered: ‎04-14-2010

Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

Pandora charm bracelet are nice. I perfer my two charm bracelet.The first one I put on a Tiffany kay basket weave link bracelet,the charms are about a inch to a 1/2 long.The charms are from my collection of pendants,Bixby heart,Lagos teddy bear and star, and heart,King baby angel wings, and a coin like angel cherub. The charms are 3 deteminal. I put them on with a 10mm thick stainless steel open ring ,I  had my jeweler soldered the rings.

The second one is on a lagos link bracelet with cross charms,this too the charms are 1/2 inch or larger.

This way my collection of pendants can be worn,instead of just always in my jewelry box.Too bad I can't do this with my ring collection😍.I have stop buying jewelry this year ,so far😊😊😊😊😊😊

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Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

I do....I have 3 bracelets and a necklace.....mostly Disney....

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Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

@fairydogmother  I don't know if they're popular or not; I don't care either way. I have one created by my children and each charm holds a wonderful memory as they told me why they picked it out when they gave it to me. I wear it because it's a bracelet full of love and because I love it.

 

 

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Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

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@fairydogmother I find jewelry choices in general are personal - what I like to wear might not appeal to anyone else.  I love the sentimentality of charm choices for a Pandora bracelet.  I wear my jewelry because I like it and it makes me happy whether or not anyone else cares for the style.

 

 

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Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

I have 3 TROLL bracelets and some beads for a 4th if I choose.  Before COVID,  I wore them ALL THE TIME!  LOVE THEM ... whether in fashion or not,  I don't care... I love my bracelets.  They are all completely full with beads/charms.   

Will wear them again once things turn around a little.  I even took off my engagement ring and diamond WR when COVID started and just wear my plain band.  Washing my hands as much as I did and do,  I don't want water under my rings for any length of time, and have to worry about hand cream and my rings.

 

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Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

They were very popular several years ago.  Not so much now.  I didn't like them as I like dangling charms.  So I don't own any Pandora style charm bracelets.  All my charm bracelets dangle.

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Re: Does anyone still wear Pandora style bracelets

I do have a Brighton charm bracelet which I love.  I have always wanted a Pandora but never received one or could bring myself to pay for starting one.  If I did have a Pandora and did not wear anymore I would pass it on down with some of the most significant charms for my life to my granddaughter.  While also including charms for her life.  Let it grow from there.

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