How to wear your new 'Everyday Brass Cuff' by Julie Cooper June 18, 2015 09:28

The Everyday Brass Cuff is meant to be just that  -  your everyday piece of jewelry that goes with everything.  You can dress it up, dress it down, wear it alone or stacked with other pieces.  It's truly unique.

When you first receive your new brass cuff you may be wondering, "How in the name of all that is holy do I get this thing on and off?"  Well, we're here to help.  

As you know, Julie's jewelry is completely hand made.  The Everyday Brass Cuff is hand formed and hammered.  It is meant to be adjusted to your own arm if you like.  What we DON'T want you to do is make the mistake of bending and twisting your cuff so much that it starts to take a tole on the integrity of the piece.  So, here's your tutorial.  Learn it, practice it, love it.

First, let's look at the wrong way.

Your first reaction when you try to put on your new hand-formed & hammered brass bracelet will be to pull it from side to side to make room for your adorable wrist to fit into the cuff.  Stop right there, partner.  This is NOT how we do it.


Pull the cuff apart, like so, just wide enough to make room for your supple little wrist to slide in there,

Like so:

Seal the deal

After you've donned your new wrist candy, give it a little pinch to put it back to it's original form, and OILA!  Your new brass cuff is your new best everyday friend.  She'll always be there for you if you're nice to her, we promise.

She's confident on her own but occasionally likes to socialize.

This pretty piece of jewelry is certainly a statement on her own.  But she does occasionally get lonely for other bangles and bracelets to show off with her.   Don't be afraid to stack it up, Cooper style.

Get your stack on with Julie Cooper's Everyday Brass Cuff, here.  

Get your Everyday Brass Cuff here