Western & English Today

SUM 2012

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WEAR NE WEAR accessories by triple creek ....So you Bracelets are the No. 1 seller at Wear NE Wear out of Tyler, Texas, from basic small stack bracelets to big and chunky. Karrie Telscher says it sells a wide variety but the most popular are stretch-type bracelets since they fit a variety of sizes. Crosses (on everything) are its mainstay but rose gold jewelry is the absolute rage right now, a whole new metal story. Lots of tri-metals like chocolate, rose gold and hematite are popular, too. Stretch bling is sophisticated, and hinged bracelets like the crystal-studded horse-head number are simply fabulous! For bangles, the gold, black and bling steals the show. The silvertone group with crystals is beautiful, too. There's even a leather bracelet with a multicolor cross, something for everybody. Look for inexpensive corded bracelet styles for the younger market. (903) 534-1342; wearnewear.com 4W]TIJMTTMRM_MTZa KWU ,ITTI[ ,MV^MZ Kerstin Stock, owner/designer of Wyo-Horse, offers snaffle bit and leather bracelets in silver or goldtone with leather straps in hot pink, silver and saddle brown, plus black and white with sophisticated eye appeal for teen-through-adult horsewomen. New charm bracelets feature interlocking chain link with glass beads and silver equestrian charms such as boots, stirrups and saddles. The Western version features turquoise- and coral-colored beads and Western- themed charms, all with toggle clasps for easy closure. An equine version is another sure seller — horse heads with glass beads and hearts on a silver chain. Her superb braided leather bracelet with a silver cutout horse bar in the center is destined to become a keepsake. (877) 763-3624; wyo-horse.com WYO-HORSE 28 Western & English Today SUMMER 2012

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