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The jewelry designer offers seven different lines of bangles, including her Black and White collection, $55 to $350.
The Eel bangle, with its painted-on-fabric look, homes in on the animal-print trend. One of Gaspar's newest creations, this bangle is $85.
Gaspar's work frequently features mother-of-pearl. The inlaid jewelry is hand-crafted in Cebu, Philippines. These wide, denim-blue bangles are $175 each.
The neutral-colored Silver Tone Mosaic bangle ($135) is a highlight of the Silver Tone collection, which features pieces with intricate craftsmanship.
A bit more delicate in style, the Black Rutilated Bangle ($175) has a ready-made, stackable look.
A statement necklace is all well and good. This year, however, we?re all about the statement bangle.
That?s right: Bracelets have made comeback that would please Cleopatra. And like a good trend is wont to do, the style has finally arrived in Dallas, dressing the arms of local fashion mavens virtually all summer.
Chunky or reed-thin, bangles come in all shapes, but we?re especially captivated by the colors and workmanship in Dallas jewelry designer Deborah Gaspar?s collection.
Since 2004, Gaspar has been building her brand with exquisite mother-of-pearl inlaid jewelry and belts. And her bangles are extremely versatile--in style and in price--from the understated Smooth Denim ($40) to the collection?s showstopper, the Pavé Mother of Pearl Dotted bangle ($795).
You can make a bolder assertion by stacking the bangles. At a quarter-inch wide, the bracelets in the Rouge collection ($75) are a cheery, summer-appropriate option. We happen to fancy the neutral Silver Tone Mosaic ($135), which shimmers with an intricate patchwork of pearl--a perfect confection of an accessory.
Because who doesn?t like a little arm candy?
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