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  • chynna
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    I definitely am in love with Juicy couture ones.. so nice.. but the pretty ones are not cheap.. so got myself a Swarovski one instead.. I LOVE those pink crystals and the heart charm on the Pink Heart Locket bracelet but the bracelet size a little too big for my wrist.. Else I would have got this..

    http://www.swarovski.com/is-bin/INTE...+Lock+Bracelet

    I was so glad still managed to find a dainty one but did not come with colored crystals...
    Think heart locket and key signifies faithful love IIRC.. significance is meaningful as well so I guess it kind of attracted me..

    http://www.swarovski.com/is-bin/INTE...inger+Bracelet

    What sort of charms are meaningful? I guess I will be continuing in search for some other charm bracelets.. ;P it's another sort of addiction...:D I saw some pretty ones at Agatha (taka) but charms are ex..
    Last edited by chynna; 07-09-2008, 11:52 AM.

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  • miekaye
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    evil_live: can share pic?

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  • evil_live
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    How much does it cost for one Juicy Couture charm bracelet? My bf bought one from Fossil from me. Made up of 8 different love charms. Very nice!

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  • rin95
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    Originally posted by efai View Post
    how much roughly?
    I did not see the price chart.
    Not worth it! Bought for my two daughters and the crystals keep falling off. Not cheap to replace. In the end, gave up and bought from chomel. cheaper....

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  • creamyz
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    Charms from Thomas Sabo is pretty....can DIY yourself.

    http://www.thomassabo.com/

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  • efai
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    Originally posted by SKSG View Post
    v exp.l.ei..adding up the charms..
    how much roughly?
    I did not see the price chart.

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  • SKSG
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    Originally posted by efai View Post
    anyone tried the customised charm bracelets/necklace/hp-straps from this m.e.l counter in metro and tangs?
    v exp.l.ei..adding up the charms..

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  • efai
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    anyone tried the customised charm bracelets/necklace/hp-straps from this m.e.l counter in metro and tangs?

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  • foxycinderella
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    Originally posted by princessw View Post
    i love love love the ones from juicy couture! :wow: i have a few and they never fail to attract my colleagues and friends' attention! like any jewellery pieces, with proper care, the pieces will not be tarnished so easily. mine from JC are still nice and sparkly - can't say the same for the 1 i have from Tiffany but the tarnish can easily be removed with a silver polishing cloth and polish
    princessw, I love Juicy Couture too, they have all sorts of charms you can buy to attach to the bracelet.

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  • RAINIESEASON
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    princessattitude :lucky gal

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  • princessattitude
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    I just bought a Juicy Couture plain bracelet as depict above few posts so that I can add charms to it. Hah. Its freaking big on me lol but I still <3 it

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  • RAINIESEASON
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    the JC bracelet is really nice and looks like its worth investing.
    Tiffy bracelets cost more as they are well known for silverware.

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  • princessw
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    i love love love the ones from juicy couture! :wow: i have a few and they never fail to attract my colleagues and friends' attention! like any jewellery pieces, with proper care, the pieces will not be tarnished so easily. mine from JC are still nice and sparkly - can't say the same for the 1 i have from Tiffany but the tarnish can easily be removed with a silver polishing cloth and polish

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  • noxxy
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    What about those from Tiffany? They are gorgeous!! But super ex..

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  • miztgral
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    Will Juicy Couture bracelets tarnish/discolour easily? Since it's so cheap, it can't be good quality?

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