We asked four retailers located in four corners of the country to share their top-selling bracelets this week.
Landsberg Jewelers, Rye Brook, N.Y. 14k gold Phillips Frankel Love Always diamond button bracelet, $3,630. “It’s easy to wear and a great bracelet to stack with other bangles,” says Vinny Perugini, the shop’s director of marketing and advertising.
Mikesell’s Fine Jewelry, Hamilton, Mont. Charles Garnier sterling silver bangle bracelet, $275. “It’s narrow, which makes it stackable,” says manager Susan Wetzsteon. “Our customers will normally buy it with matching rings or earrings.”
Cy Fredrics, Glenview, Ill. Cy Fredrics 18k white gold and diamond beaded bezel tennis bracelet, $11,000. “It has a universal appeal,” says service manager Jean Sachs. “It can be dressed up or down. Women can wear it with jeans or an evening gown.”
Kelley Jewelers, Weatherford, Okla. Honora stretch pearl bracelets, $19.95–$45.95. “They make great gifts,” says store manager Kimberly Ingram. “We keep them in a large bowl on the counter so people can try them on and stack them together. It’s a great way of showcasing them without having to take them out of a display.”