Cluttercast: Bracelets

March 7th, 2009

When I was in my early 20′s,  Love Story was an enormous hit—-and Ali MacGraw immediately became an icon.  I’ve always loved how she looked—-then and now.    She stopped making movies but occasionally I see a picture of her—in her 60′s, she is still gorgeous.  I especially love her style—simple, classic, usually with some knockout and unique jewelry. 

A few years ago I saw a picture of her in a magazine, wearing a stack of silver bracelets—just when I happened to go to a street fair.  One of the booths was selling all these bracelets with stones—and  I could totally picture myself looking just like Ali MacGraw.   

And the tag line of the movie was “Shopping Love means never having to say you’re sorry….”


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  1. Shannon
    March 7th, 2009 at 06:55 | #1

    These are gorgeous! I have a couple of neighbors that are native american that would love them.


  2. Jann
    March 7th, 2009 at 11:58 | #2

    I would love to have these. My sister-in-law is part Native American, and I’d love to share these with her. She lives in Nevada…away from the “family”. Maybe these will let her know we still love her.


  3. Teri
    March 7th, 2009 at 12:59 | #3

    They are beautiful.


  4. Rosemary Vontran
    March 7th, 2009 at 13:18 | #4

    My dearest friend’s favorite movie is Love Story. She tells me all the time it’s a classic. I’ve never seen it. She lives in MA and I live in MD. We have been friends since we were 5. We are now 37. She had a horrible 2008. Her mom died and she got divorced. She is now contemplating moving back to MD. I think these would be a great “surprise” to receive as a “you’re going to be alright” gift from her dearest friend of 32 years. Thanks for the opportunity!



  5. Julie
    March 7th, 2009 at 15:02 | #5

    I see Erin Schelcher when I see these bacelets!!


  6. Terri Caughron
    March 8th, 2009 at 05:48 | #6

    Those braclets are fabulous. I would wear them with pride. Thank you for the chance to recieve them. Have a blessed day. Terri


  7. Frances Merrill
    March 9th, 2009 at 08:23 | #7

    There beautiful. Is there a size to them large or smaller? I have a friend who loves these kinds of braclets.


  8. Mary Ham
    March 9th, 2009 at 11:41 | #8

    I had wanted a set of torquoise earrings and bracelet for a while. One year for my birthday I was given a present from my husband of beautiful torquoise earrings and bracelet. Unfortunately the clasp came undone on the bracelet and I lost it. The all blue torquoise bracelet would go wonderfully with the earrings my husband gave me but it wouldn’t replace the thought or love he put into it.


  9. Brenda
    March 9th, 2009 at 14:36 | #9

    They are indeed beautiful and remind me of my paternal grandmother who loved her American Indian jewelry. I, for one, believe that you should keep them, as they are so uplifting (good vibes!) and flattering to all skin tones.


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