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How to Put on a Vintage Cuff Bracelet

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The jewelry designs featured in Suzanne Ford Carafano's Spanish Moss and American Gold clothing lines are one-of-a-kind pieces of vintage finery. For example, Suzanne Ford Carafano's Spanish Moss …

The jewelry designs featured in Suzanne Ford Carafano's Spanish Moss and American Gold clothing lines are one-of-a-kind pieces of vintage finery. For example, Suzanne Ford Carafano's Spanish Moss collection features such interesting pieces as quartz wrap necklaces and cuff bracelet designs.

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  • 1.  The jewelry designs featured in Suzanne Ford Carafano's Spanish Moss and American Gold clothing lines are one-of- a-kind pieces of vintage finery. For example, Suzanne Ford Carafano's Spanish Moss collection features such interesting pieces as quartz wrap necklaces and cuff bracelet designs.
  • 2.  It's important to place a cuff bracelet on the right way. Otherwise, the wearer stands the chance of bending the bracelet out of shape. For example, one of the ways a cuff should never be placed is by trying to maneuver it on over an out-stretched hand. Instead, the bracelet should be positioned by pushing it over the area just below the wrist bone and wrist. Although this part of the arm may seem larger, it is, in fact, narrower than the wrist because there is more flesh and less cartilage and bone. As a result, this particular spot is more resilient when a cuff is placed on the lower area of the arm.
  • 3.  The cuff should be placed from the wrist's inside, with the opening of the bracelet directed away from the wearer. If the cuff cannot be rolled easily over the outer arm bone, then the bracelet is not the proper size. Cuff bracelets come in two basic designs - either flat and tapered or more rounded in style, with each fashion customized to fit these specific shapes of wrists.