In July, we celebrated the launch of Alex and Ani in the Canadian market with a fun carnival. Alex and Ani help us embrace the power of positive energy by making it their mission to share the benefits through the unique beauty and symbolism of the designs.
The trend of stackable bangles is growing bigger than ever, and the beauty of it all is that you get to personalize your pieces to make your own “design” so to speak. Unique to you, there are so many bangles available that the options are literally endless. Mix and match pieces with beads or gemstones and mixed metals. Alex and Ani jewellery is both fashion forward and environmentally friendly using all sustainable materials that are then derived from eco-concious processes.
Each of the bangles from Alex and Ani’s enormous collection is made in the United States with love from the employees. With each purchase you receive a gift box with a card that outlines the energy and symbolism behind the charm you picked.
Bangles are available for purchase individually or as sets but that’s not all! Alex and Ani also offer necklaces, earrings and rings made with the quality and care. Price points fluctuate depending on the design of the bangles but if your on a budget, you will surely find something perfectly suited for you at a great value. Bangles are available in both gold and silver, I have started my collection with some from both including Mother Mary, Path of Life, DragonFly and some beaded bangles. (see more of my photos at the bottom of the post)
Alex and Ani bangles also make for great gift ideas! Were you and your friends obsessed with Friendship bracelets when you were younger? Well this is puts a whole new chic twist on friendship bracelets and charm bracelets. Start your positive energy arm party today and share your style on Instagram and twitter using #Arm Alex and Ani’s signature bangles and charms are a sure way to brighten any dark mood or outfit this fall.
You can find Alex and Ani jewellery online and in Hudson Bay in Toronto. Maybe we’ll see a their first international store open in Toronto soon? We certainly hope so!