It's little wonder Belle Style's funky yet dainty jewelry has made cameos in films and television shows—like The Watchmen and Brothers and Sisters—and have been featured in magazines like Teen People, L.A. Confidential, and Tiger Beat. (Yes, the teeny bopper mag is still in print!) From Lisa Edelstein to Nicole Richie, the jewelry has wide appeal, and it's easy to see why.
I am not a girly girl when it comes to jewelry, but I fell in love with the AngelBang bracelet at first sight. Subtle and original in its design, this sterling silver bangle feels light and comfortable to wear. I do a lot of writing in my professional life, which means I don't want to have to take bracelets off and on because they're getting in my way. This bracelet made the cut for work.
Although the AngelBang is practical to wear to the office, it's also simple and elegant enough for an evening out. The clean, silver design is eye-catching and beautiful. Unlike other uniquely designed pieces, nothing is over-the-top or so colorful that you'd worry about looking out of place.
Each Belle Style accessory is like a small work of art, which is suiting because designer Heather Christine often draws inspiration from the Old Masters. The round charm on the AngelBang features a small angelface taken from Rafael's famous "Angels" painting. Those who don't have a thing for cherubs can also choose from an assortment of other charms and gems to accentuate your bangle. Belle Style jewelry isn't cheap, but at $39, the sophisticated bracelet isn't ridiculously overpriced either. In fact, I think I just found my anniversary present.