A Perfect Bracelet To Dip Your Toes (Fingers?) In The Water
Disclaimer: Azuro sent The Peak Lapel this bracelet for free for the purposes of this review.
Look, I’ll be honest. I was never a big jewelry or bracelet guy in the past. But a little while ago we reviewed April Soderstrom bracelets and we talked about how they were the perfect bracelets for guys to slowly get into the bracelet game if that was something they had be hesitant to do. This was because they were subtle, tasteful, and almost blend in to the rest of your outfit quite easily. And ever since then I have been wearing them here and there. Not every day, but especially now in the summer, they’re fun and add some interest to what can otherwise be a boring outfit of polo and shorts. When you don’t have layers to add personality to an outfit, a nice, classy, not over the top bracelet, is the perfect thing.
And we just found another one. Azuro bracelets are very similar in this way. They’re super sleek, simple, and classy. They blend perfectly in to an outfit, behind or in front of a watch, and add some nice visual flair to an outfit, and the wrist area. These work great as well with dress watches to casual watches. I think, honestly, these can even be worn with a casual suit, no problem. Nice summer wedding? No problem. Casual day at the office? Just as good! Which is what makes these bracelets so great. Grab one in a color that goes with most of the things you wear, and this can be your single, go to, every single day bracelet for years to come.
Now, the price is quite high. These start at $119 and go up quite quickly from there to $200+. Are they worth it? Well, that is always a tough question to answer. They are very high quality, feel great, are super solid, and I have not had a single problem with my bracelet and have worn it many times. The bracelets are made from gemstones found in lava, in addition to 3 metal beads which add some nice visual depth as well. So, the materials used here are unique and not so easy to find. Plus the elastic band on the inside holding them together, and allowing the bracelet to fit any wrist size, for the most part, is also very robust and sturdy.
One of the biggest issues getting into bracelets is sizing, and the fact that these are elastic is a huge plus as you pretty much don’t have to worry about it. I can also report that this bracelet really does not pinch your skin or hair very often at all like many other cheaper ones do.
Look, they’re pricey, but they are a great accessory. They come with our recommendation if you want to spend some decent money on a great bracelet. We think this is a fantastic option. If you’d rather save, though, we still think you should really consider picking up a bracelet heading into this summer.