Need a Hand?
A step-by-step guide to drawing an adjustable bracelet
By Rémy Rotenier
Every one of us has struggled at some point with putting on a bracelet.
When I had a collection on Jewelry Television, I designed many bolo bracelets because of how versatile they were. The wearer would just slide the bracelet on and pull the little bolo finding up toward the wrist. It was heartwarming to know that many people could wear the bracelet and secure it on their own, without a worry about the size. Another aesthetic advantage is that the design on top will stay exactly where you want it to be, as the adjustable tension prevents it from flipping toward the bottom.