Oval Resin Cutout Bangle Bracelet

Marni
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Oval Resin Cutout Bangle Bracelet

$410
$175 Gilt
Size (Alpha):
Bracelets
Alpha Wrist (inches)
XS 6 - 6.5
S 7
M 7.5
L 8
XL 8.5
XXL 9
  • s
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    Wrist (inches) 7
  • m
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    Wrist (inches) 7.5
  • l
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    Wrist (inches) 8
Color:
camello
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Description
At a Glance
Designer

Gold-tone base metal cutout square-shaped bangle bracelet with oval-shaped resin detail

  • This bracelet comes with a box and a dust pouch

Measurements: 2½" in diameter, 1.1" at widest point

Material: Gold-tone base metal and resin

Brand: Marni

Origin: Italy

Pendant necklaces, oversized cuffs, and more standout pieces that are sure to go fast.

Marni is as chic as it gets. Launched in 1994 by designer Consuelo Castiglioni, this Milan-based label started out as a collection of outré, fur-trimmed outerwear and quickly expanded into a full fashion line featuring perfectly tailored clothing, chunky-heeled shoes, retro eyewear, acrylic resin costume jewelry, and luxe handbags. Marni loves to experiment with asymmetrical shapes and prints of all kinds — from stencils and feminine floral patterns to bold geometric designs — but also excels at understated basics such as crepe pencil skirts and little black dresses. In 2002 Marni added a menswear line, which mimics the minimalist approach that has endeared Castiglioni’s clothes to female fashion cognoscenti for years. In 2012 the label created a popular collection for H&M that — to no one's surprise — sold out within hours of appearing on the racks.