It's so much more than a bracelet! It's a way to throw away money for years! I'm so fascinated by the Pandora phenomenon. I might quiz our admin about her bracelet, which isn't as ugly as the bracelet that I posted earlier. However, the bracelet is not (what I would call) subtle or classic.
me too. So, it's a bracelet?
One of our CW had a Pandora for Christmas. All the girls were staring at it and make kind compliments.
Later this afternoon...
CW: You may buy a Pandora to your wife someday, like heu..for birthday! It's nice and she would like it.
me: ..........(facepalm in my head as usual)
wtf, I don't know where they pick idea like this one, I'm clueless
for the record, my wife buy as much stuff as she feel she need and I swear it is probably 5x the Mustachian level.
I had to google that.. I thought it was just an internet radio station.
I am old. I am woman. I've seen many of these things within the overall trend of: "add a part" jewelry. When you think about it, it's actually a fabulous way for men to satisfy their woman's yen for gifts. It's so much easier to pick up a charm than it is to really think of an appropriate present she will love.
I don't mean this in a facetious way; I don't place the burden of "The Perfect Present" on my husband, I just don't have those expectations. But SO MANY women DO have those expectations, and the poor guys have to run around like chickens at gift obligation time.
These "add a thing" pieces of jewelry really help them out. Before this Pandora thing, remember those baby shoe charms thingies? They had options that hit all markets, versions with platinum/ gold/ diamonds, or versions with gold plating/rhinestones. Then back in my day there were Add-A-Pearl necklaces. Also there were classic charm bracelets, where, again, high end and low end existed in the marketplace for all levels of spending.