*All photos above are from @stephaniegottlieb Instagram
I found Stephanie Gottlieb on the explorer page of Instagram and instantly fell in love with her designs, the slider bracelet, and the gorgeous diamond baubles covering her page. This powerhouse businesswoman is not only stylish, but knows her jewels and marketing well. Every post makes me want to buy something and I loved her personal stories on her instastories with her son and the birth of her daughter. I love following her and so many others have to0 as she has a huge following of 372K followers!
I fell in love with the slider bracelet last year (and man, her rings on Instagram are STUNNING) and vowed that I would save money to buy myself a special gift this year. Since my divorce, I buy something special once a year, I save a little each month, knowing what item I am probably going to purchase. It’s usually jewelry or a handbag, and this year I knew I wanted this slider bracelet. Each item is memorable and something I will cherish forever.
What is the slider bracelet? It’s simply a bracelet where you handpick the charms that “slide-in” and they slide back and forth on the bracelet on your wrist. Simply chic, classic, but trendy all at the same time!
Well, last week was my birthday and I made the leap to designing and getting the bracelet last month. I’m obsessed with the different charm options. Here it is – I made a mix of shaped diamonds and the letter “G” charms for my sons! I stacked it with my other bracelets and now these are staples on my wrist.
Stephanie Gottlieb is doing an amazing Black Friday Sale with 20% off SITEWIDE – If you’ve had your eye on something for yourself or to gift, now is the time to snag it with this major 20% total discount for a limited time! *exclusions apply – unfortunately, the slider bracelet is not included in the sitewide sale, but many amazing things are, be sure to check it out here.
It’s 2020, gift yourself or someone special. I don’t NEED a man to get gifts, so I like to gift myself, but I do have to say thank you to Jim, who gave me a charm (as he knew I was buying the bracelet for myself)!