Incredibly comfortable if you're on your feel all day long--yet still hip.
I didn't know Coach makes jewelry? (I'm fashion illiterate - is Coach cool at all, or totally for 90 year olds?) Anyway they make some bangles I like the look of. (By the way, what's a bangle? Is it a bracelet that does not dangl... I didn't know Coach makes jewelry? (I'm fashion illiterate - is Coach cool at all, or totally for 90 year olds?) Anyway they make some bangles I like the look of. (By the way, what's a bangle? Is it a bracelet that does not dangle?) You can pretty much only buy them reliably from Coach.com and in their stores, and since their site is not ThisNext friendly (note to Coach HQ!) I'm recommending my favs in one post. Pics of each in the 'Take a Closer Look' button! Op Art Hinged Bangle - I like this best for old-school simplicity. So slim, sleek and discrete yet adds a nice presence. I saw one in a beautiful, light beige, which I think is discontinued (but can still be bought in stores at sale prices!) The available black and 'Spearmint' are both nice too. $98. Legacy Stripe Bangle - Simple, varied color enamel inlay. Palladium, 1/2 inch wide. $78. Tattoo resin bangle - Punk chick without the edge - nothing overboard by any definition. Still, pretty cool looking. Gold printed details and 1 and 1/2 inches wide. $138. If you want something harder my guess is try Juicy (am I right ladies? Or is that for teens? I need help here?) Tattoo Bangle - I thought this one's kinda awesome. It's got a similar 'tattoo' print, but it's printed in silver on white enamel. It's like an elegant punk look. Only an inch wide for added classiness. $128. P.S. I notice when I ask the ladies for help, they never respond. Seriously, feel free to school me (up or down) in the rights and wrongs of modern fashion. That was a cry for attention if you didn't notice.
Interfacing, lining and interior fabric have all been upcycled. Two inside pockets and one outside with a magnetic snap closure.
"Amazing, from the perfectly weathered brown leather to the hefty buckles."