Not too long ago, a dear friend of mine Honey, (honeygirlsworld)
recommended to me a website that show cases business, both big and small, and major sales. I have since then, been watching their jewelry in the SALE section. I am not knocking Walmart's costume jewelry, but I will say, that I do like to find things that are more unique--statement pieces, if you will. With a price range in mind, I happened to be browsing their sales section again last week, when a tan, gold bangle caught my eye. It was called a coral reef bracelet (in cowboy tan). The design was different, and looked like it could go with about any outfit. I had been on the lookout for summer accessories for this year, and this looked like it would be perfect for a casual tee and jeans, or even a maxi dress and sandals. And the price was as equally inviting, being marked down from $12.99 to $7.99; even with shipping, it was a bargain. The actual business that sold me this bracelet is called JYJZ, they are located in San Francisco; and their forte is apparel and accessories of an Asian European flair.
Shortly after I made my purchase, I was surprised that the bracelet I ordered was then marked as sold out. I must have ordered just in time. There is a waiting list now for the one I bought and another shade in a teal turquoise. It must be a very popular item to have sold out so quickly. I was fortunate to get my order in soon enough.
I received my order only in four days. It was sent by USPS and arrived very quickly. I found this a plus, as I hate waiting long on orders. I found everything put together, nice and neat in plastic. The bracelet was a lot heavier than I had imagined. It has a good weight to it. I love how it fits my small wrist already. It's perfect. I was also sent a gift-a kitty badge pin, which was really sweet of them to send. It is cute, and I have plans to put it on my book bag. A handwritten note transcribed on a business card, was included as well. Considering in this day and age, the art of letter writing by hand seems to wane, I found this very refreshing.